Thank you for the infomation!
I'm glad I prefaced my original answer with "I could be dead wrong"!
Nuff Said...Dennis *Moderator
--- In LodeRunner@y..., William Osborne <wbo@f...> wrote:
> I hate to tell you this, but you are wrong. TLR was
available in at
> least three versions. There was a dos disk version, and a windows
> version which had MIDI music. These versions are probably what you
> thinking of.
> There was also a Windows CD version, which is the version
> have. The CD has one data track, and several audio tracks (much
> And, the CD music sounds much better than the MIDI! But, aside
> music sounding much better, the game was identical in all three
> William Osborne
> >--- In LodeRunner@y..., "dennismichael007" <dgiansante@n...> wrote:
> >Hi All,
> >If I remember correctly, and I could be dead wrong here, LR TLR
> >doesn't have a music track for it's levels, while LR MMR does.
> >I hope this helps.
> >Nuff Said...Dennis *Moderator