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Revision as of 21:54, 17 June 2015

Joan Sanmarti
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Birth Place Barcelona, Spain
Nationality Spanish   Spain.svg
Website www.joansanmarti.com



Gameography

Alberto says that he composed the music to all Bit Managers games with only a couple exceptions; In Radikal Bikers, he only programmed the sound driver and the audio was taken from the arcade. The arcade Bang! was done by Gaelco's in-house composer Joan Sanmarti. It is currently unknown if any Bit Masters games lack credits.


Released

Title

Sample

1991-??-?? Master Boy (ARC) Composer?
1993-01-01 World Rally Championship (ARC)
1994-??-?? Alligator Hunt (ARC)
1998-??-?? Radikal Bikers (ARC)
2002-02-18 Smashing Drive (GC)
2004-03-?? Tokyo Cop (ARC)
Unreleased Xor World (ARC)

Links