Tomoya Tomita

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Tomoya Tomita
Tomoya Tomita - 1.jpg
Local 冨田 朋也 (とみた ともや)
Born
Birth Place Suzuka-shi, Mie, Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases T. Tomita, Tomita, Gorgeous Tomita, Tomy, T_Tommy

Tomoya Tomita is a Japanese composer who worked for Konami. He worked as the main music composer for the Japanese game developer, Good-Feel, and then became a freelance composer in 2017.

Audio Development

NES

Tomoya wrote the music in 6502 assembly in Konami's sound driver.

SNES

For Animaniacs, Tomoya wrote the music in text. It worked similar to a MIDI editor. In Animaniacs, the instruments are taken from a Roland JV-80. It was the first game he ever worked on, and he was in Chicago while producing the game's audio. He scored all the music and sound effects. Tomita said he was listening to the score of the cartoon constantly for inspiration for the game's music.

Gameography

Released Title Sample Notes
1990-02-23 Nemesis (GB)
1990-04-27 SD Snatcher (MSX)
1990-11-30 Parodius (NES)
1991-08-?? The Lone Ranger (NES)
1991-12-13 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan Project (NES)
1992-09-?? Contra Force (NES) SD Assist
1993-01-29 F-1 Sensation (NES)
1993-03-?? Zen: Intergalactic Ninja (NES)
1993-03-26 Pop'n TwinBee (SNES)
1993-12-22 Ganbare Goemon 2 (SFC)
1994-11-?? Animaniacs (SNES)
1994-12-16 Ganbare Goemon 3 (SFC)
1995-09-22 International Superstar Soccer Deluxe (SNES)
1995-12-15 Live Chat Parodius (SFC)
1998-12-31 Castlevania (N64)
2000-12-21 Ganbare Goemon: Hoshizorashi Dynamites Arawaru!! (GBC)
2001-03-21 Castlevania: Circle of the Moon (GBA)
2001-03-21 Konami Krazy Racers (GBA)
2008-07-24 Wario Land: Shake It! (WII)
2010-10-14 Kirby's Epic Yarn (WII)
2011-02-26 Mii Plaza (3DS)
2015-06-25 Yoshi's Wooly World (WIIU)
2019-03-08 Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn (3DS)

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