The Programming Partnership

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The Programming Partnership
Founded 198?
Closed 198?
Headquarters York, England

The Programming Partnership were two physics graduates, Nic Shulver and Steve Cook. Shulver focused on the ZX Spectrum and Cook on the Commodore 64. They ported a few games, mostly for Infogrames, and Shulver had to learn C and a bit of French. Some of these ports have sound drivers and music not found elsewhere, even in other ports of the same games, so they may have composed as well.