Soundtrack composed by: Peter McConnell, Clint Bajakian and Michael Z. Land
As I've mentioned before, one of the best aspects of the Day of the Tentacle soundtrack is how each of the three playable characters had their own leitmotifs or theme tunes. Consequently, as you played as the characters in their respective time periods, you would often hear their theme occasionally piping up in the background. Out of all the background music in the game, I tended to enjoy the music for the hotel set 200 years in the past which is set during the post-War of Independence era in the United States. Consequently you'll occasional hear bits of patriotic American tunes such as "Yankee Doodle" and "The Battle Hymn of the Republic".
Gameplay wise, I also liked this part of the game since you were able to meet important historic figures in America's history (albeit caricatures of their true selves) such as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Hancock, Benjamin Franklin and Betsy Ross.
Thanks to Mirsoft for providing these memorable tracks.
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