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Four Bits to the Left is a song written by Leon Riskin, it plays during the Fruity Maze Arcade minigame.

Description

The song is an 8-bit chiptune song that plays during the "Fruity Maze" minigame. The first version sounds gleeful, the second version is the same track, but slowed down, the third version is still the same track, but with an extreme decrease in semitones and speed.

Usage

All three versions are played during the playtesting of the "Fruity Maze" arcade cabinet. Version 1 plays the first time the player plays the game. Version 2 plays after completing the game a first time. Version 3 plays after completing the game a second time.

Trivia

  • Every time the player collect all the fruit in the maze, the next time the player play, it will change into a different version, for instance:
    • Version 1: Plays when you play "Fruity Maze" for the first time. Will play this track until you collect all the fruit.
    • Version 2: Plays after collecting all the fruit one time. Will play this track until you complete the game two times.
    • Version 3: Plays after collecting all the fruit two times.
Ost
Title ScreenA Slice and a ScoopThank You for your Patience240 Bits Per MileCreme De La CremeNo Time For PopcornFour Bits to the LeftAlchemists FantasyThe RunawayGroovy GravyForgotten Sunday ShowSwallowed by the VoidSmashing WindshieldsJust Add WaterLegal WoesMinor Corrosion of the BizetNowhere to RunCredits