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[VGM Pack] Thunder Blade (FM)
Post Posted: Tue Aug 23, 2011 3:30 pm
Another pack that exists in both PSG, and now, FM versions.

Thunder Blade is one of most shooters that was been appeared at Sega's Hall of Fame. But the game is not really a Arcade port, like PCE/X68k versions. Sega was heavily modified the game, like in Super Thunder Blade for MD.

Have Fun!

http://www.smspower.org/Music/ThunderBlade-SMS-FM
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Post Posted: Tue Aug 23, 2011 3:37 pm
There's the usual problems with your packs...

- #EXT info in M3U
- image is not square
- date is not yyyy/mm/dd
- neither ZIP nor VGM7Z

...which I can fix easily enough, but if you can get it right maybe you can add packs to the site directly :)
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Post Posted: Tue Aug 23, 2011 3:46 pm
Maxim wrote
date is not yyyy/mm/dd


Date is correct, and is always gotten from Sega Hard SMS Soft page XD!

The helicopter is much big to fit in a square...
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Post Posted: Tue Aug 23, 2011 5:15 pm
Date should be 1988/07/30, not 1988/7/30. Sorry to be pedantic...

As for the image, it is a shame to crop it but the art should be square - as it if it a CD cover or LP sleeve. For this site, it will cause problems if it is not square because that is expected.

Anyway, I have corrected these and added it to the site, the link is in the first post.

Edit: I also added the PSG pack, which made me realise that the composer is well-known - Koichi Namiki is one of the Sega big guns from the 1980s :)
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