Lego Island 2

The Brickster is back and out to cause more mischief in this wild, racing, chasing, island-hopping sequel. In your quest to piece together The Infomaniac's Constructopedia, you'll drive, sky-dive, scuba-dive, fly a plane and even ride a dinosaur as you chase the Brickster down to the final showdown on OGEL Island.

Lego Island 2 was composed with Dave Punshon, using Microsoft's now defunct Direct Music engine. In return for 8 levels of rather crude music interactivity the composer was only able to use a tiny 4 meg sound bank to drive each level. These tracks, use the original sounds from the game.