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| Name        = Akito Takeuchi
 
| Name        = Akito Takeuchi
| Local      = 竹内明人? (たけうち あきと)
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| Local      = 竹内明人 (たけうち あきと)
| Picture    = Akito.png
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| Picture    = Takeuchiakito.jpg
| Born        = Unknown
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| Born        = 1964?
 
| BirthPlace  = Japan
 
| BirthPlace  = Japan
 
| Nationality = Japanese
 
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| Special Thanks
 
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==Links==
 
==Links==

Revision as of 16:35, 18 September 2020

Akito Takeuchi
Takeuchiakito.jpg
Local 竹内明人 (たけうち あきと)
Born 1964?
Birth Place Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases A.T

Akito Takeuchi (known by his alias A.T) is a Japanese video game programmer who worked at Sunsoft. While working there, he programmed the first version of their NES sound engine.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
1985-07-25 Super Arabian (FC) (スーパーアラビアン) Sound Driver
1985-10-04 Route-16 Turbo (FC) (ルート16)
1986-04-17 Atlantis no Nazo (FC) (アトランチスの謎) Sound Driver
1986-11-20 Dead Zone (FDS) (デッド ゾーン) Sound Program
1986-12-12 Adian no Tsue (FDS) (アディアンの杖) Sound Driver
1987-02-06 Nazoler Land Soukan Gou (FDS) (ナゾラーランド創刊号) Sound Effects
1987-12-04 Shanghai (FC) (上海) Special Thanks (Sound Driver?)
1988-12-?? Platoon (NES) Music Programming
1989-02-10 Sekiryuuou (FC) (赤龍王) Music-Programmer
1989-03-17 Out Live (PCE) (アウト・ライブ) Sound Programmer
1991-09-27 Super Spy Hunter (NES) (バトルフォーミュラ) Special Thanks

Picture Gallery

Links