Patric C.* ‎– The Horrible Plans Of Flex Busterman

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  • Artwork By [Cover From] – Hell
  • Other [Translations] – Alex K.
  • Photography [Photos / Animations] – Philipp Virus
  • ProducerPatric C.*

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Produced on Amiga 500 and Commodore 64 in Spandau-Berlin in 1996.
In memoriam Rob Hubbard.

"The Horrible Plans Of Flex Busterman" is a registered trademark of Ec8or Software Entertainment® 1997.

This release comes with an instructional (CD-sized) booklet for the game (which doesn't exist). Complete with level and character information as well as hints on how to play the game and take care of your game pack. "Up to 9 action-loaded levels, bonus rounds, 12 talking characters and a villian the world has never seen before. Great!!! - Fun Power"

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kamikaze_deadboy

kamikaze_deadboy

September 5, 2007
edited over 9 years ago
Considering this is one of very first chiptune albums (aside those released regularly in Japan) this album is sounds very dated, but still maintains the digital hardcore ethic. The whole idea and concept is so very clever, i myself wish to make an album like this one day. A definate must buy for amiga mod lovers everywhere.
dankzephyr

dankzephyr

January 31, 2005
edited over 14 years ago

the cheese factor on these beats are way off the muthafucken richter. made on an amiga 500 and commodore 64, the atmosphere of this album makes you feel like you are in an oldschool video game. it gets pretty intense at times, kind of like on level 8 dungeon of supermario bros with one life left.. its like a buncha different boss level songs -sounds all dramatic and suspenseful. the last track features some hillarious vocal samples by Gina V. along with abuncha spacey sound effects.