Mario Paint Composer

Chances are good that if you grew up in the 16 bit era, you were able to play around with Mario Paint and it’s awesome music composer. It was pretty darn popular, which is fairly evident with the creation of Mario Paint Composer. I can’t quite recall when the program came out, but it is basically a Windows version of composer in Mario Paint. I’ve collected some awesome tunes that people have made in the composer. Check them out!

Breath of Fire – Second Battle Theme (By Lumunaire271)

Castlevania – Vampire Killer (By adolfobaez)

Duck Tales – Moon Level (By Levus28)

Final Fantasy IV – The Dreadful Battle (By HCBailly)

Final Fantasy V – The Land Unknown (By HCBailly)

Final Fantasy VI – Celes’ Theme (By NorseFTX)

Final Fantasy VII – Still More Fighting (By HCBailly)

Final Fantasy VIII – Man With The Machine Gun (By HCBailly)

Final Fantasy IX – Boss Theme (By HCBailly)

Mega Man 2 – Wily Stage 1 (By TomBobBlender)

Mega Man X – Spark Mandrill (theEvilGrimace)

Sonic the Hedgehog – Green Hill Zone (By TomBobBlender)

Super Mario Bros. 2 – Main Theme (By The Lymphocyte)

Super Mario World – Athletic Level (By Fredfischer)

Tetris – Theme Music (By TomBobBlender)

The Elder Scrolls III Morrowind – Theme Music (By MickeRamone)

The Legend of Zelda – Main Theme (By adolfobaez)

And here are some non-Video game ones. Mostly real songs and TV themes. Very cool as well!

Angry Video Game Nerd Theme (By TomBobBlender)

Collective Soul – Run (By dfarkins)

Dexter – Opening Theme (By Afrodude50)

Dragonforce – Through the Fire and Flames (by Levus28)

Europe – The Final Countdown (By Bangario)

Flintstones – Main Theme (By Friedfischer)

King of the Hill – Opening Music (By Aceticacidplease)

Metallica – Battery (By EverlastingLuigi)

Pirates of the Caribbean – He’s A Pirate (By Uhiwi)

Rocky – Gonna Fly Now (By lapras509)

Star Trek – Movie/Next Generation Theme (By EcLipsE1982Fat)

Star Wars – Main Theme (By MisterAlphabet)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Cartoon Theme (By longsocksilver)

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – Learning To Fly (By JealousGuy)

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My Top 50 RPGs

As someone who has played a lot of RPGs, I feel that I’m able to stick them together in a big pot, draw them out one by one, and build them into a list that is ordered from my most to least favourite RPGs ever. I had approximately 70 listed, and I’m sure that I missed another dozen or so, because after playing so many after approximately twenty years, it becomes a little difficult to keep track of them all!

Anyway, here it is, my top 50 RPGs. This article really serves no purpose at all, I just felt like writing something on a Wednesday for once.

50 Final Fantasy Mystic Quest
49 Wild Arms
48 Fable
47 Risen
46 Sacred
45 Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
44 Final Fantasy X
43 Suikoden 2
42 Brave Story
41 Legend of Mana

40 Fallout 3
39 Maple Story
38 Lufia 2
37 Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles
36 Grandia
35 King’s Bounty: The Legend
34 Chocobo’s Dungeon 2
33 Persona 2
32 Tactics Ogre
31 Tales of Phantasia

30 Seiken Densetsu 3
29 Shining Force
28 Champions Online
27 The Witcher
26 Final Fantasy XII
25 3D Dot Game Heroes
24 Final Fantasy V
23 Chrono Trigger
22 7th Saga
21 Final Fantasy Tactics

20 Breath of Fire
19 Breath of Fire II
18 Final Fantasy XIII
17 Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
16 Final Fantasy VIII
15 Valkyrie Profile
14 Shining Force 2
13 Dragon Age: Origins
12 Final Fantasy IV
11 Breath of Fire III

10 Breath of Fire IV
09 Diablo
08 Final Fantasy VII
07 Final Fantasy IX
06 Chrono Cross
05 Diablo 2
04 World of Warcraft
03 Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
02 Final Fantasy VI
01 Ogre Battle: March of the Black Queen

And that’s it! Sorry that I haven’t played some well known series, such as Baldur’s Gate. I’ll see if I can address this problem in the future.

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