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The site Notessimo happens to have a fanbase that seems to be made of Genius composers. Here is a list a few to get you started. is a flash game that has simply mind blowing music. Epic hardly begins to describe it. Just listen to the the Sonny battle music or the boss battle music and see for yourself. To varying degrees, all eight tracks from the flash game, The Arrow of Time. The online Flash game series has some pretty sweet music, especially for the battles. You can listen to it on its website MARDEK RPG here. Erasure's "Always (2009 Mix)", used as the background music to , to absolutely wondrous effect. Warning: it's very catchy. Robot Unicorn Attack The flash game has music that is both awesome and touching at the same time. Coma has plenty of this. Whether it be battle themes, from the standard battle music, Epic Battle Fantasy 3 Wings, to boss musics like Rave v2 and DiVINe MaDNEss, or overworld themes, like Estavius for the nameless town, or Sisters of Snow Dissent for the Slippy-Slidey Ice World. Even the music on the title screen, which most players will spend no more than a few seconds on, is amazingly beautiful: That We Have Lost And Forgotten. The BIONICLE Music from the Mata Nui online game. The ending theme of may just be the most unique staff roll you've ever heard. You Have to Burn the Rope Cartoon Network's online games have some pretty good tunes. Check out Sky Stacker. The battle theme from is pretty good. The Room Tribute has the boss music, Enigmata 2 Can't Be Still. A very adrenaline-filled rush of a boss music that'll keep you excited. Monsters Den 2 has this as the boss theme. The gameplay music for starts out simple, then a counterpoint forms and gradually takes over from the first line. (For full enjoyment of the melody, open a level but don't start the maze.) Mouse The music for conveys a sense of a majestic vista or a hard-earned triumph. Galactic Gems 2: New Frontiers : Most of the themes are catchy and fun, like the game implies. Heck, even the boss battles sound great! What's even more impressive is that they were all Toon Town Online MIDI files (though most private servers have converted them to OGG for the sake of consistency).