John Fitzpatrick

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John A. Fitzpatrick
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Aliases J.Fitzpatrick

John A. Fitzpatrick is a former Commodore 64 game composer and programmer. He was rarely credited in games; oddly, much more rarely than the programmers and graphic artists. He is probably mainly known because he put his name in his music driver. In 1986, he also put a phone number from San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, California (where also his best client Datasoft was located) there. In 1984, his wife Susan did artwork.

Music Development

Commodore 64

Fitzpatrick developed and used Micropearl Music Player.

Gameography

Released Title Sample Notes
1984-0?-?? Alice in Videoland (C64) With HUMM.
1984-1?-?? Bruce Lee (C64)
Composer?/Music Driver.
1984-??-?? Conan (C64) Composer?/Music Driver.
1984-??-?? Heathcliff: Fun with Spelling (C64) Composer?/Music Driver.
1984-??-?? Mancopter (C64) Composer?/Music Driver.
1984-??-?? On-Field Football (C64) Arranger?/Music Driver. Composed by HUMM.
1984-??-?? Star League Baseball (C64) Composer?/Music Driver.
1985-0?-?? Barry McGuigan's World Championship Boxing (C64) Sole arranger?/Solely composed by Tommy Dunbar?
1985-0?-?? Mr. Do! (C64) Arranger?/Music Driver.
1985-0?-?? On-Court Tennis (C64)
1985-0?-?? On-Track Computer Model Car Racing (C64) Composer?/Music Driver.
1985-??-?? The Goonies (C64) Composer?/Music Driver.
1985-??-?? Zorro (C64) Composer?/Music Driver.
1986-0?-?? Legend of the Amazon Women (C64)
1986-0?-?? Superstar Ping-Pong (C64) Composer?/Music Driver.
198?-??-?? Kids Say the Darndest Things... to Computers (C64) Composer?/Music Driver.

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