App Store developer Shaun Inman has updated his iOS chiptune player Noise Entertainment System with support for soundtracks ripped from Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo Entertainment System games.

The latest version of Noise Entertainment System adds .spc, .vgm and .vgz support in a number of compressed archive formats. The app also plays back NES and Game Boy audio rips in .nsf and .gbs files.

Other nice features include multiple browsable subcategories and the ability to search by song, album, artist or company names. The author's screenshots suggest that this makes it easy to create playlists for tracks titled "You Died" -- maybe not the best soundtrack to start your day with, but it could come in handy if, say, you ever feel the need to chastise yourself with the death theme from Karnov.