The entry below is classified as a LEGACY post, meaning that it was written (well) before the current version of Avalonstar was released. Although these posts have survived the numerous moves over years, there is no guarantee that they've survived the trip unscathed (especially the links).

Mimeo and the Kleptopus' Ringtones

It's no surprise that I love Mimeo1. Everything about it, even in its work-in-progress state, hits numerous points of interest for me in my eternal love of the video game--a detailed environment, a monumental plot and most importantly, knee-jerk-reaction-inducing music.

Mimeoverse Woods

Rarely do I listen to a soundtrack out of context and immediately fall in love with it, but I guess that's just the normal reaction to anything Shaun makes these days isn't it? So when I was searching for some new 8-bit ringtones to rudely awaken me, I thought, why not have Mimeo wake me up? The buildups from 2-bit to 16-bit resolutions make the tracks perfect for waking people up.

So with Shaun's blessing I made some quick iPhone ringtones. Unfortunately (and obviously... I guess) since since ringtones can only be 40 seconds long, the resolution changes every 8 beats. So below are the threefour tracks that Shaun has released thus far in .m4r format2.

Remember: right-click and save! If you have any problems, feel free to @reply me, but things should be pretty straightforward.

  1. If you haven't heard of Mimeo, I suggest you read a little bit about it and watch the video at the bottom of Shaun's post.
  2. I just realized that he also released "King", so I'll get to that one too since I have a gigantic weak spot for boss music.
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