Li Cheang Ma

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Li-Cheang Ma
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Born
Birth Place Taiwan
Nationality Taiwanese   Taiwan.svg
Aliases L.K.C., L.C. Tchacvosky, L.C. Group, Lih-Chyun Maa

Li-Cheang Ma (better known as L.C. Tchacvosky) was a Taiwanese video game programmer. He is known for self-producing several titles for Sachen. Most of the games he programmed, he also wrote the music and sound effects to.

In Hell Fighter, both Li-Cheang's real name and L.C. Tchacvosky alias are credited in different places, suggesting it may be someone else. However, in the secret credits screen for Magical Mathematics, the game credits "Ma Li-Cheang" with L.C. Tchacvosky in parantheses, indicating that it is indeed his alias, and that the credits in Hell Fighter may have been to throw people off or confuse them.

Music Composition

NES

He is used two sound driver: the second was Guo Qiyong's sound driver that used in 1990 and after. The first was probably his own sound driver or another composer's driver.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
1989-??-?? Taiwan 16 Mahjang (NES)
1989-??-?? Arctic Adventure: Penguin and Seal (NES)
1989-??-?? Little Red Hood (NES
1989-??-?? Middle School English (NES)
1990-??-?? Magic Mathematics (NES)
1990-??-?? Millionaire (NES)
1990-??-?? Mahjang Companion (NES)
1990-??-?? Pyramid (NES)
1990-??-?? Pyramid II (NES)
1990-??-?? Silent Assault (NES)
1990-??-?? Dancing Block (NES)
1991-??-?? Chess Academy (NES)
1992-??-?? Arctic Adventure: Penguin & Seal (SV)
1992-??-?? Pyramid (SV)
1992-??-?? Hell Fighter (NES)
1992-??-?? Super Pang 2 (NES) Sound
1993-??-?? Street Rider (NES) Sound Effect

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