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Latest revision as of 00:35, 8 January 2020

Toshio Murai
Toshio Murai - 1.jpg
Local 村井俊夫 (むらい としお)
Born 1963
Birth Place Unknown
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases Murai, Tosh Murai, Toshi Murai
Website www.maroon.dti.ne.jp/muray/index.html

Toshio Murai was a Japanese composer, sound designer, and possible sound programmer. He was the main composer at SOFEL.

Music Composition

His music sounds very similar like Mike Smith's.

Gameography

Released Title Platform
1987-04-10 Cocona World (FDS)
1989-05-26 Kaettekita! Gunjin Shogi: Nanya Sore!? (FC) (帰って来た!軍人将棋 なんやそれ!?)
1989-10-?? Casino Kid (NES) (100万$キッド 幻の帝王編)
1990-??-?? Wall Street Kid (NES)
1990-03-09 Cyber-Core (TG16)
1990-07-27 Sonic Spike (TG16) (ワールドビーチバレー)
1990-08-10 Titan (FC) (タイタン)
1991-07-?? Klash Ball (NES)
1991-12-14 Sinistron (TG16) (暴力兵士)
1991-12-20 Monster Maker: Seven Treasures (FC) (モンスターメーカー: 7つの秘宝)

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