David A. Palmer Productions
|David A. Palmer Productions|
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David A. Palmer IMS Productions
David A. Palmer Productions is a computer software development company. Their forte is in the production of Nintendo Game Boy Advance and now more recently in GameCube development. Having a significant history of completed projects under their belts and gained a reputation for quality and timely delivery. One of the most successful handheld titles they ever produced is the Game Boy version of Jungle Strike.
In the last decade the company has successfully produced 15 title on GB/GBC/GBA, four on other platforms and three software projects in music and networking. They are now moving more into development for the next generation of games consoles from Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony, all the major handheld and mobile gaming platforms. They are based in Sheffield, England. The original parent company was formed in 1977.
Game Boy/Game Boy Color
Mark Cooksey was hired to compose music for most of their games, creating music in Notator on Atari ST, which was converted to Mark Cooksey's sound engine. For Gex: Enter the Gecko (GBC), Jeremy Taylor write the music in MIDI, using the alias "Firq".
Game Boy Advance
Some of the games were composed by Mark Cooksey, in which Cooksey created MIDI files and converted to his own sound driver. Some of the games were scored by Allister Brimble and Will Davis, in which they typed the music in assembly, using a driver created by Michael Delaney.
The following people worked at David A. Palmer Productions:
- Mark Cooksey
- Gerard Gourley
- Allister Brimble
- Will Davis
- Michael Delaney
- Jeremy Taylor
- Julian Potts - Composer
- mobygames.com/company/david-a-palmer-productions - MobyGames.