TEST PASSED!

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TEST PASSED!
TestPassed screen.png
Album Octotune
Game Splatoon 2 (Octo Expansion only)
Heard in Splatoon 2 Deepsea Metro stations (once finished)
Composer Toru Minegishi
Ryo Nagamatsu
Shiho Fuji
Length 0:08 (Octotune)
BPM 160
Genre Electronic
Key signature G Minor
Track list no. 21 (Octotune Disc 1)
Audio file
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Things may have an official name in another language, but currently have no official English name.
English translations should be seen as unofficial or pseudo-canonical.
Note: The song's official title in Japanese is "Challenge Clear!" and the Japanese version of Octo Expansion displays "Challenge Clear!" upon a test completion instead of "TEST PASSED!"

TEST PASSED! is a jingle from the Octo Expansion.

Description

TEST PASSED! is a jingle that is heard when the player completes a level or a test in the Octo Expansion. The song is short, consisting of a synthesiser playing a string of notes, followed by seven orchestra hits. It shares the same opening as the Thang Obtained jingle.

Samples and Interpolations

Fly Octo Fly

Main article: Fly Octo Fly

This jingle, along with Thang Obtained, is heavily reworked into Fly Octo Fly. That track has the orchestra hits playing at constant intervals to make up the verse, with the synthesizer playing faintly in the background.

Trivia

  • The second half of the TEST PASSED! jingle's note sequence bears a great deal of similarity with a small section of Spicy Calamari Inkantation (heard roughly a second in), although they slightly differ near the end.

Etymology

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese Challenge Clear! -
Netherlands Dutch Gelukt![note 1] Success!
France French (NOE) Terminé![note 1] Finished!
Germany German Geschafft![note 1] You made it!
Italy Italian Prova passata![note 1] Test passed!
Russia Russian Испытание пройдено![note 1]
Ispytaniye proydeno!
Test passed!
Spain Spanish ¡Prueba superada![note 1] Test passed!

Translation notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Like the English conjectural name, these are taken from the test completion screen.