Trevor Nuridin

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Trevor Nuridin
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Trevor Nuridin is an Australian game programmer. According to Beam staff and some game credits, he did the sound programming for the Sega Genesis at Beam Software, programming a 68000 sound driver. Trevor joined Beam in June of 1986 while they were still using the name Melbourne House. In 1990, he was promoted to a senior programmer and later promoted to a producer by 1993. At the end of 1993, Trevor left Beam Software and created Tantalus, which he ran up until September 2008. From then to 2009, he was a contractor for Transmission Games. At the end of 2009, he started working at Trickstar Games as an IT manager. In February 2011, he left Trickstar and was an IT infrastructure manager at Playup up until the beginning of 2012. Ever since October 2008, Trevor has been operating Zengo.

Gameography

Released Title Platform
1992-??-?? George Foreman's KO Boxing (GEN) Sound Driver
1992-??-?? NBA All-Star Challenge (GEN) Sound Driver
1993-??-?? Blades of Vengeance (GEN) Sound Driver
1994-??-?? Radical Rex (GEN) Sound Driver
1994-01-14 Tom & Jerry (GEN) (トムとジェリー) Sound Driver
1995-??-?? True Lies (GEN) (トゥルーライズ) Sound Driver

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