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Pictionary Music (NES) – Drawing Game

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Pictionary [NES-P5]
Nintendo Entertainment System

Developer: Software Creations
Publisher: LJN
Composer: Tim Follin
Year: 1990

1 – Title
2 – Drawing Game
3 – Mini-Game 1
4 – Mini-Game 2
5 – Move Piece
6 – Congrats

NSF playback sampled from hardware. Visit track 1 from this selection for a download link.


  1. In most videos, the "Most Replayed" section is maybe 10 seconds long.In this video, "Most Replayed" lasts from 0:472:37.

  2. A track 14 years or so ahead of its time. Vaporwave artists work really hard to capture a banger like this nowadays.

  3. Pretending that the drawing marker was a little racecar was all the rage back in the day.

  4. this sounds like something that would be in a character select screen

  5. This almost sounds like Keygen music

  6. I didn't even know the NES could make music this good!

  7. This game has absolutely no right to have so an amazing soundtrack, I mean it's Pictionary on the NES. Somehow that just makes this soundtrack even better.

  8. i feel like fearofdark used this song as his main inspiration for a lot of his early 2010 famitracker songs

  9. This song needs to be put in a donkey Kong game

  10. hella smooth. no way. Follin came up with such grooves!!

  11. At the very start it reminds me of Phoenix Wright investigation music, but well, for the NES. Pretty neat!

  12. Game producer: So we're making a Pictionary game that probably won't do well-Tim Follin: You son of a bitch I'm in.

  13. This is off-topic, but I remember when this channel had Master D’s head exploding from Bionic Commando as this channel’s profile pic. Good theme as well. Tim and Geoff always knew how to use the NES sound chip well.

  14. This song has one of the dopest solos I have ever heard. Killin it like always Follin ugh!

  15. So anyone wanna talk about how they called this a 'game of video' instead of a video game?

  16. So anyone wanna talk about how they called this a 'game of video' instead of a video game?

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