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Music Tryst

Catalog Number N/A
Release Date 1995
Publish Format Doujin/Indie
Release Price 500 JPY
Media Format Floppy Disc
Classification Original Work
OrganizationsFull-Slot / Project M

Credits

Composer / VERY LUCKY, WORKS, MOZUMIYASURO, HIDEAKI FUKUI, NARUTO

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    Notes

    Music Tryst is a software music album for MSX home computers developed by dojin-circle Full-Slot and released in Japan in 1995. It features five composers who frequently contributed to the "FM Ongakukan" (which translates to "FM Music Museum") section of MSX-Fan magazine. These five composers are:

    - VERY LUCKY (a.k.a. ZEEDEN Dai Okabayashi / ZEEDEN / Daikichi)
    - WORKS
    - MOZUMIYASURO (a.k.a. Hiro Morozumi)
    - HIDEAKI FUKUI
    - NARUTO (a.k.a. Kazuhiko Naruse)

    Tadahiko Yokogawa, the editor of MSX-Fan magazine's "FM Ongakukan" section and a former member of Japanese new-wave band P-Model, made a guest participation in production.

    The main programmer of the software was Yusui Mukagura, who led G-Net, a prominent MSX dojin circle in the 90's.

    Music Tryst was mainly sold through Soft-vendor TAKERU, an innovative software vending machine network developed by Brother Industries, Ltd. It was ranked eighth in the August-1995 "10 Best Dojin Software" ranking in TAKERU World magazine, vol 20.

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    Platforms represented
    MSX2

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