Is it possible to change the music in Worms 2?

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Oct 15, 2008
  1. Raiser
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    Hi,

    I've started playing Worms 2 about a month ago and I'm really tired of the same old music now.
    I'm just wondering if it's possible to change the music. O.o

    And I'm talking about the music played during the actual games/battles, not menu or anything.

    Thanks ^.^
     
  2. DarkPhynix

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    Well i'm not sure that u can change the music
    if u do find out please tell me, the music is really annoying
     
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    not only with worms 2, but with alot of games i would like to change the music
    so, is there anyway to do that?
     
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    well, i found it: 'gbatemp's search'!
     
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    What keywords did you use?
     
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    dunno anymore. I think it was 'changin music'
     
  8. benserwa

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    what you need to do is uncompress the rom, find the music files, see what format they're in, examine them to find out exactly how they're encoded, then replace them and recompress the rom, this may or may not be possible depending on game
     

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