Battleship – Surface Thunder (2000)

Audio Director | Composer | Sound Design | Post-Production

8 Comments

  • Sam Morgan December 9, 2022

    Any updates?

  • Chris September 10, 2021

    Is there a way to find this soundtrack these days? It does not seem to be possible to locate it anywhere aside from a few videos on YouTube sadly…

    • jeffvandyck@me.com September 10, 2021

      I will do a release of these tunes in the near future 🙂

  • Daniel Jones April 20, 2020

    I used to have an obsession with this game as a kid. In 2003 as a 7 year old I could never get past the fifth level. Didn’t beat the game until I was 10 lol. Also used to love playing the classic mode with siblings.

  • Sylvain Gregoire December 27, 2019

    Even though it has been years since this game was released, I still feel the soundtrack of the various levels,
    the music composition and execution, were absolutely inspired, and completely suiting this game to perfection.
    Music is a masterpiece in this game in my mind. Still enjoy listening to it now!
    Well done Mr. Dyck, thank you for your music!

  • Anonymous October 16, 2017

    Greatest game soundtrack of all time. Amazing work!

  • Caleb Stevens October 29, 2012

    The music for Battleship: Surface Thunder definitely seems to suit the nature of the game. The military definitely likes drums, doesn’t it. 😀
    I have a question. Perhaps you will have an answer. I have installed the game quite a few times now and, in all cases, the music for classic Battleship (“level 3”) does not loop, but the music for Arcade Battleship (the rest of them) does. Is this by design? Perhaps it is a bug or a problem with running the game on newer operating systems. I run it on Windows 7 x64. Perhaps it would not have that problem on a Windows XP host (to differentiate it from Windows XP in a virtual machine (such as Microsoft’s Windows XP Mode)). As stated in the previous comment, thanks for uploading the music. I have tried to extract it directly from the disc, but to no avail. Even extracting the music from SORRY! was difficult and took a long time. I still haven’t figured out how to extract the sound effects from Ubi Soft’s original Rayman CD-ROM. I have recorded five of them in-game, but I prefer audio extracted directly from discs.

  • Dante November 9, 2011

    Loved this game as a kid; my brothers and I used to try and play the level 5 track on the piano 🙂 Thanks for putting them up here so I could listen to them again!

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