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Best Music & Sound: 2018 Atari Awards

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Best Music & Sound: 2018 Atari Awards

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#1 cimmerian ONLINE  



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Posted Wed Jan 23, 2019 4:49 PM

2018 Atari Awards

Celebrating the best in Atari 2600 Homebrew




Best Music & Sound:

Selection should be based on the quality and creativity of the audible elements for a completed game during the year. Games completed in a previous year are not eligible. Re-releases or updates to a previous version of the game are ineligible. Hacks and Demos are not eligible for this category and are only eligible in their specific category.




Please select one of the choices for this category. The winner and runners up will be revealed LIVE during the 2018 Atari Awards Presentation Ceremony on ZeroPage Homebrew's Twitch channel on February 23rd, 2019 at 12PM PT | 3PM ET | 8PM GMT!




Apollyon (bB) by Fehér János Zoltán aka MemberAtarian

Asteroid Rescue (bB) by Ross Adkin aka TidusRenegade

Beeware (bB) by Fehér János Zoltán aka MemberAtarian

Fear of the Dark (bB) by Fehér János Zoltán aka MemberAtarian

Gizzle Wap and the Terrible Blizzard of Firn, The (bB) by Jeff Smith aka Mountain King

Mappy by Mike Haas aka iesposta and Darrell Spice Jr.

Plague (bB) by Fehér János Zoltán aka MemberAtarian

Space Game (bB) by Karl Garrison aka Karl G & Maggie Vogel

Stripes of Terror by Krzysztof Kluczek, Michał Żuchowski, & Mariusz Górski

Sword of Surtr (bB) by Jeff Stermer aka ultima


Download (Binaries/Instructions/Packaging): https://onedrive.liv...BF48A1964E7EEB5


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Edited by cimmerian, Thu Jan 24, 2019 12:46 PM.

#2 cimmerian ONLINE  



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Posted Sat Feb 2, 2019 8:34 PM

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#3 EmuDan OFFLINE  


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Posted Mon Feb 11, 2019 4:51 PM

My vote goes to Mappy for music and sound, because it's spot-on, despite the slow-down I'm getting with the emulator. On a faster machine or real 2600, it would be awesome. I also really liked the music in Stripes of Terror, and I found Beeware to be a fun little game that should've been nominated in a few more categories.

#4 nanochess ONLINE  


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Posted Today, 1:33 PM

I voted for Mappy, but I think this really should be separated between CDF games and non-coprocessor games, because Stripes of Terror did a great job.

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