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The Music of Wienerrama! Yes, this is a real thing. No, I'm not sorry.

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Posted 28 January 2024 - 08:10 AM

Once upon a time… in Winter lands of snow
there was a tiny town… of forty folks or so, but–
wait, no. Wrong story.

In the year 2001, I released a "game" "demo" that was recieved with overwhelming reaction. And that reaction was a collective groan.

"WeinerRama! Demo #1" was one of those "all flash, no substance" kinds of games, minus the flash. To quote one of my own characters: "It was loud, it was crude, it was embarrassing, [and] it had far too many files that didn't do anything". Well, I'm excited to say that, after 21 years, I have remedied one of these issues. Guess which one.

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Welcome back to Wienerrama. This time, it's competent.

DigitalMZX Page: Right here (as part of Demo 1)
Alternate Download: MediaFire
Note: The alternate download does not include the "required" music packs from WeinerRama! Demo #1.

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This post has been edited by Joseph Collins: 14 February 2024 - 02:19 PM

I'm not that hard to find… if you know where to look.
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