Bruce Sandig

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Bruce Sandig
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Born Unknown
Birth Place Forest Hills, New York, USA
Nationality American   USA.svg

Bruce Sandig is an American video game developer. He attended the University of Arizona. In 1992, he co-founded InfoPak, a software developer. Around 1990, he worked at Softie, and worked on their two NES games Classic Concentration and Harlem Globetrotters, where he also served as a sound programmer for these titles. A friend of Rob Wallace, he got Rob to score games for Softie. In 2003, he worked at Dynamic Images as the Director of Research and Development. In 2006, he left and started his own website, which focused primarily on web development. Today, Sandig currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona and works at inDispense, working on 3D printing and design, among other things.


Released Title Sample Notes
1990-09-?? Classic Concentration (NES)
Sound driver and arranger of Rob Wallace's music.
1991-03-?? Harlem Globetrotters (NES)
Sound driver and arranger of Rob Wallace's music.

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