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Larryboy GBA Music
I'm a big fan of the children's animation series "Veggietales" Iv'e been watching it ever since I was born and It's still funny and enjoyable to this day! (The old ones anyway, yeah there still making them but there not as good ala Spongebob)

Anyway, they also made some video games, some of them were fun including this one:
"LarryBoy and the Bad Apple" for GBA!

Yeah, it's a simple platformer. But what's most intresting is the music during the levels.
Long time fans will note that the music is actually 32-Bit versions of popular Veggietales Songs!
Don't Believe me? Keep Reading.
(Keep the video above as a reference.)

Level 1 (0:46 into the video)
The Bunny Song from "Rack, Shack and Benny"

Level 2 (2:45 into the video)
The Hairbrush Song from "Are You My Neighbor?"

Level 3 (5:01 into the video)
Promised Land from "Josh and the Big Wall"

Level 4 (5:30 into the video)
Rumor Weed Theme (Credits Version) from "LarryBoy and the Rumor Weed"

Level 5 (7:22 into the video)
I Love My Lips from "Dave and the Giant Pickle"
(This one's a bit harder to hear due the jukebox item.)

That's just the first five levels!
I'm sure there's more but that would take up way to much space!
So what do you guys think?

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It has possibilities. Something along the lines of "Multiple songs within the game are digitized versions of songs from the series". Of course, whether its accepted or not is beyond my control.
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