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  • Lie Swatter's "Background Loop" tracks do a great job at sounding weird yet catchy. The awkward, uneven, and seemingly random beats that are repeated during each round really burn the rhythm into your head while sounding strange.
  • "Final Round Music" from Trivia Murder Party. An incredibly tense and suspenseful track that hammers into your head that time is not on your side and that you better answer those questions correctly or be ready to get swallowed up by the darkness.
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  • "Artwork Creation", the drawing theme of Tee K.O., is a very catchy, cheerful J-pop track that mostly consists of the lyrics "meow meow meow", accompanied by an electric guitar towards the end.
  • Monster Seeking Monster:
    • The chat music consists of six tracks of cheesy mock-disco goodness so groovy the player avatars are bouncing back and forth (approximately) with the beat, and you may find yourself dancing along with them. But the crown for awesome goes to "Chat Music 6 [Last Night]", which plays during the final round and is quite an effective song for a dating game thanks to its seductive tones, even if the lyrics are a bit corny and on-the-nose.
    • "Credits Song" starts out as a techno number led by electronic vocals before devolving into an Expository Theme Tune rap with good rhyming.
  • "Credits Rap" from Mad Verse City, a fast Boastful Rap performed by Shadow Master MC, the game's host.
  • Trivia Murder Party 2:
    • Awesome and funny is "Me and My Dad", the music that plays if you get the Father Secret Ending.
    • "Credits Song", which you get if you wait long enough during the credits, is a very good 80s-style rock song.
  • "Credits Theme" from Dictionarium, a bouncy and hilarious Patter Song with a Monty Python-esque feel to it.
  • Push the Button's soundtrack does a good job of sounding whimsical yet slightly ominous – very fitting for the claymation-esque art style combined with the premise. "Writing Pod" is a good example of this, combining relaxing bossa nova with a timpani and space-like synths.
  • Quiplash 3 is the first entry in the series to have a proper "Credits" song — and it does so with a tune that perfectly captures the style of garage rock numbers from the 60s.
  • "Theme Credits" from The Devils and the Details, a jaunty and catchy track made in the same style as other TV sitcom theme tunes.