Feature: Bitpop Remix Of The Goonies II Theme Song "Good Enough"

Creator Credit:  Fond3ll – Fakebit, Chiptunes and Bitpop Music!

The Goonies II was originally released in 1987 for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in both Japan and North America. It was developed and published by Konami. Fond3ll is one of the more creative video game composer’s out there especially in the bitpop category. Fond3ll also takes suggestions for what song to redo next and you can message him here for a request.
The Goonies II Konami Theme Song
I myself have personally asked Fond3ll to create the Illusive Man Theme from Mass Effect 2 and Fond3ll did a hell of a job on it! I’ll throw that song below. Remixing songs in a bitpop from is a totally legal practice. It’s how cellphone companies sell those fake bit ringtones of popular songs to people and it is totally fair use. Much like how Weird Al Yankovic recreates songs using the same type of music that is familiar to the listener that is often recreated straight from the source. I support Fond3ll and I hope you do too. He’s very talented and I hope he explodes. 

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Published by rumandapples

Rumandapples incorporates witty and hypnotizing Humor with sarcastic satire involving multiple topics to a almost neurotic pace guaranteed to make you laugh and question the very mind that created such things, creating various videos involving theory, sub culture and crazy bag deep concepts, laced with humor and sarcasm with dry wit and Psychotic usages of speaking. Rumandapples & RoshuGaming, have come together and created a gaming updates/opinion podcast called "Across the Pond" in 2014. The Rumandapples Show was developed in early 2014 and continues to grow in its popularity. Across The Pond was changed to Uncivilized Banter with Roshu returning to the co host seat with Rumandapples. Schedule For Weekly Shows: RAS: (Pre Recorded) Mon. Uncivilized Banter: Fri. (LIVE)

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