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Jonathan Dunn’s Trionix now available on Mac

Jonathan Dunn is a bit of a hero round these parts.

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Quite simply, his title music for the licensed RoboCop game of 1988 is one of the finest tunes ever composed for a video game. Despite its age it remains a startlingly effective (and strangely haunting) piece of music that soars above its source material.

Although most famous for his Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum and NES compositions Dunn now releases games under the Fatleg banner. Fatleg’s most recent title, the strategy game Trionix, has now graduated from iOS and Android and is available on Mac OS. Trionix

So while you download the game, sit back and let the beauty of RoboCop caress your ears.

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Mac OS Trionix is available for $2.99 on the Mac App store.

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