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SuperSponge (PSX) Soundfont

by tahutoa

Uploaded on Aug 07, 2021 (and last updated on Aug 07, 2021)

The game itself is only occasionally fun, but the music is consistently stellar. A majority of it is to do with 4matt's exquisite composition skill, but another small part of it is owed to his excellent sample selection. Three years ago, SaladPlainZone directed me to the Development Archive for the game. Through it, I pored over all the game's .xm tracker files, extracting each and every sample. Over the course of two weeks I crafted, in several parts, what would become m...

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Plants vs. Zombies Soundfont

by hexa

Uploaded on Dec 17, 2020 (and last updated on Dec 18, 2020)

Extracted using OpenMPT and converted to sf2 using Polyphone. Fixed some issues with loop points

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Sparkster Sega Genesis

by Somari 2.0

Uploaded on Nov 17, 2020 (and last updated on Nov 21, 2020)

This soundfont was made using Genny vst, Fl studio and Polyphone.

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Cookie Run: Ovenbreak Soundfont (.zip, includes SF2 & DLS)

by luna (+squib, unknown - og by Devsisters)

Uploaded on Aug 25, 2020 (and last updated on Feb 09, 2021)

Haven't seen an easily accessible link for these anywhere else, so figured I would post this here. Other installments of Cookie Run typically use mp3s/wavs for their tracks - however, curiously, Ovenbreak uses strictly midi. It could possibly be to save space, given how many tracks are ingame, and how massive the game is already (a whopping 1.5-2.0 gb by now). In the process, a lot of finer details are omitted and missed... but, there's nothing saying people can't mix thi...

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