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Latest revision as of 12:18, 10 July 2019

Eric Nofsinger
Eric Nofsinger - 1.jpg
Born May 13, 1969 (Age 43)
Birth Place Rockford, Illinois, USA
Nationality American   USA.svg

Eric Nofsinger is an American video game composer. In 1987, he graduated Rockford East High School. In 1991, he graduated the school of Hard Knocks. On May 1, 1994, he founded High Voltage Software, who continues to develop games to this day. Besides music, he has also been credited for art.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
1995-12-15 NBA Jam Tournament Edition (JAG)
1995-??-?? Vid Grid (JCD)
1996-??-?? Tempest X3 (PS1)
1997-08-31 NHL Open Ice: 2 On 2 Challenge (W16)
1997-12-?? World League Baseball (PS1)
1999-07-31 LEGO Racers (W32)
1999-10-31 LEGO Racers (N64)
1999-10-31 Paperboy (N64)
2000-08-17 NBA Inside Drive 2000 (W32)

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