Paolo Galimberti

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Paolo Galimberti
Paolo Galimberti - 01.jpg
Born 1968-12-20
Birth Place Gorgonzola, Milan, Italy
Nationality Italian   Italy.svg

Paolo Galimberti is an Italian programmer and former video game artist. He started programming on the Commodore VIC-20, wrote MoonShadow (C64) on his own and got hired by Idea. During that time, he liked guitar, heavy metal (specifically Manowar), fantasy, RPG, and disliked house music and ninja games. His favorite games were The Sacred Armour of Antiriad, Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar, Archon, The Great Giana Sisters, Salamander and Turrican 1 and 2 on both C64 and Amiga.

Music Development

Amiga

Galimberti used StarTrekker.

Commodore 64

Galimberti used RoMuzak V6.3 and The Sound FX Kit.

DOS

Galimberti's DOS music is in the MDI format.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
1991-0?-?? F1 GP Circuits (C64)
1991-0?-?? Lupo Alberto: The VideoGame (C64)
1991-0?-?? MoonShadow (C64)
1992-0?-?? Clik Clak (AMI)
1992-0?-?? Clik Clak (C64)
1992-0?-?? Clik Clak (DOS)
Unreleased Cattivik (C64)

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