Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Now this is special: "Defssupr" from "TFX"

Now this is REALLY special. TFX is "Tactical Fighter Experiment", a combat flight simulator from 1993 for PC. There were different versions of this acclaimed game, one came on disks, one came on CD - and one had a special sound engine optimized for the "Roland SCC-1" sound card.

The sound of this version is very, _very_ cool. The music is pretty relaxed and atmospheric, there is no aggressive tune, but it certainly goes with the feeling of the simulation. I gotta admit, this certainly is NO chiptune - it is just very pleasant computer game music.
I present you the track "Defssupr". Let me know what you think.


  1. Love it. LOVE IT

    Have I managed to tell you yet how much I LOVE your blog dude?

    Honestly, you have hit the proverbial nail on the head with me with your blog concept - Love it, love it, keep it up please!

  2. Thanks man, that´s really motivating. I have got so much to show you guys - don´t worry, I will keep this up :)

  3. sweet tune as usual :) i don't remember ever hearing about this game tho!

  4. Will definitely be back soon to support your blog flowchiller

    In the mean time I can share with you a piece I really love - The intro to Mystic Towers by Apogee. Can't help but get my head nodding to that, and some of the level music is solid too.

    If you have time, check out that track!

  5. Don't worry about posting this comment, just thought I could hunt down the youtube clip since there are so many rubbish uploads out there:

    Hope you enjoy - from one fan to another.

  6. Solid game, solid track. Lots of love for this blog, dude. Chiptunes are my one secret pleasure.

    Hey, I couldn't find an e-mail address in your profile, so I figured I'd drop it here and embarrass you.

    I was hoping you'd be cool with doing a guest post on my blog. I really dig your stuff and I think other people would, too. If you're interested, shoot me an e-mail. Just go to my website ( and hit the 'Contact' link below the header image. The e-mail address should be in a link there. Let me know.