@SuperDisk This link is very useful. It really is the same sound. Though if you told me you got this sound with the program you bought 12 years ago, then I'd know this to be a lie. Please read this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RPG_Maker You probably pulled that program and the sound and graphics from some site distributing the pirated version which includes all kind of illegal material as software pirates don't bother with copyright law obviously. If anyone is still in doubt about who is the thief here: Just open this "rpg maker" version with audacity (this actually IS free). There you can see the meta tag info showing that this file was pulled from freesound.org.
Thanks for a great sound, grunz! This will fit very nicely into our indie RPG Driftmoon. I'm planning to use it in a certain successful event, involving a very cleverly hidden gold fish. She's hiding in each separate area of the game, so it won't be just a one time performance. :)
You mentioned you like to check the projects that use your sounds, so here's a link (your sound will be in included starting from the next version of the game): http://www.instantkingdom.com/driftmoon/
@SuperDisk No, sound was not stolen anywhere. It may sound similar to something because it's very cliché. If you found a binary identical copy in that program, then they "stole" it. It is free to use under the creative commons Attribution License, so there is no reason to though.