Dance Dance Revolution Simulation (Archive)
Damian Yerrick, also known as DJ Tepples, was reasonably active in the DDR simulation community from 2003 through 2005. However, failing pads got the best of him, and a patent ruling against Roxor Games took away what remained of his will to play rhythm games.
East Germany: DJ Tepples Original Simfiles for DWI and StepMania
These are simfiles designed for StepMania, a PC-based clone of Konami's Dance Dance Revolution (DDR). All of these simfiles are designed for play on a dance pad. You might find "The legend of Jumping" interesting on the keyboard though. If you want to link to these simfiles, please link to this page; the URLs of the simfiles themselves are subject to change. Some older files may have missing background images due to changes in background change parsing between versions of StepMania.
Other people's DWIs mirrored here
I haven't made steps for these. Use any player that supports .ogg files.
- 10.2.2. by DJ Tepples: an attempt at combining the sort of ambient in "5.1.1." with chiptune instruments. Originally intended to support a double (8 panel) etude, and the last thing made before pads started breaking.
- A2 (Orchestra Groove) (Explicit) by DJ Damien vs. DJ Amuro, mix by DJ Tepples: mash-up of "A2 (Art 2)" and "A"
- A2 (Orchestra Groove) (Edited) by DJ Damien vs. DJ Amuro, mix by DJ Tepples: same, with fewer swear words
- Butterfly by DJ Tepples: NES cover of the Smile.dk song
- AM-260 (In Tune) by KTz vs. NW260, mix by DJ Tepples: Predecessor to Overplayed
- If You Balloon by OMD vs. Nena, mix by DJ Tepples: Medley of "If You Leave" and "99 Red Balloons" to show that they're the same song.
- The legend. (period) by DJ Tepples feat. Koji Kondo, ZZ, SuperRetardo9, and DJ Damien: a mash-up of the overworld theme from The Legend of Zelda, "bag", "The legend of BAG", "The legend of MAX", "The legend of ART", and "The legend of Jumping"
- Onderheynah by DJ Tepples (S3M source): proof that noise is music
- Max PMS by Omega vs. Z vs. 180, mix by DJ Tepples: a "Max 300" remix intended to be passed off as an early prototype of "MAX. (period)"
- MaxX Nintendo (done right) by DJ Tepples: NES cover of "MaxX Unlimited" by Z
- Messimizer by Cli-max S. and friends, mix by DJ Tepples: I thought "Maximizer" from DDR Extreme (U) was already messy-sounding, and derivative of previous DDR songs, so I made this mash-up to show how it sounded to me.
- Ode to Virus by DJ Tepples: a cover of "Ode to Joy" by Ludwig van Beethoven in the style of the title theme from Dr. Mario by H. Tanaka, as a protest against all the superfluous stepcharts for "Beethoven Virus" by BanYa
- Overplayed by Naoki vs. Naoki vs. Naoki, mix by DJ Tepples: a mash-up/medley of 13 different songs, mostly Konami Originals. They're "overplayed" in two different ways: played over each other, and they were chosen disproportionately often in the arcades
- PARANOiA Survivor min by Destiny's Child vs. 180, mix by DJ Tepples: a mash-up of "Survivor" and "PARANOiA"
- Stamina Busters! by Omega vs. Z vs. DM Ashura, mix by DJ Tepples: a medley of "Max 300", "MaxX Unlimited", "MaxX Resurrexxion", and "MaxX Enigma"
- Super Mario Bros. (Half-Stars) Mix by DJ Tepples: a cover of the Super Mario Bros. overworld theme by Koji Kondo that's midway between the NES version and the Super Mario All-Stars version
- That ain't Max! by DJ Tepples: A more or less original piece to play with the "Max 300" heavy steps
- Token Whore by DJ Tepples: a parody of "Badgers" by Weebl
Entries into past simfile competitions have had textual descriptions accompanying them: