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Revision as of 06:28, 13 January 2020

Robert Mann
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Born
Birth Place Unknown
Nationality British   UK.svg

Rob Mann is an English game developer. In 1984, he started working at Computer Based Learning (CBT), a software firm that developed programs for schools. In late 1990, he joined Serck Controls as a programmer. His work in video games began in August 1991 when he worked at Elite Systems. While at Elite, he worked on the music and sound to a few of their games. He would leave just two years later. Rob would later go on to work for other game developers including Data Design Interactive, Rage Software, Pivotal Games, Acclaim Entertainment, Codemasters, Full Fat Productions, and Lightning Fish Games. Since 2011, he has served as a director at MeanGenie.

Gameography

Released Title Sample Notes
1993-??-?? Joe & Mac: Caveman Ninja (AMI)
1993-02-?? Dragon's Lair (SNES) (ドラゴンズ マジック) Title Music (Not Out of Love)
1993-12-?? The Adventures of Dr. Franken (SNES) Music Engineering
1995-??-?? Pinkie (AMI) Audio Programming
1999-10-?? Striker Pro 2000 (DC) Audio Programming
2001-05-02 Off-Road Redneck Racing (W32) Audio Programming
Unreleased Dragon's Lair (GEN) Title Tune (Not Out of Love) (uncredited)

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