|Michael Stuart Follin|
Mike Follin is the brother of Geoff Follin and Tim Follin. While Mike Follin was a programmer, he only did non-music related programming. He is the reason Tim Follin entered the video game industry, requesting Tim to make music for his very first video game, Subterranean Stryker.
In CRASH issue 59, Mike Follin cited Knight Lore, Codename MAT and Pentagram as video game classics, with Jonathan Smith as his favourite programmer. Follin's Spectrum conversion of The Sentinel was considered by fellow programmers as one of the top five classic games on that platform.
After leaving the video game industry, Mike Follin trained to be a priest at St John's College, Nottingham, and then was ordained at Liverpool Cathedral, Mike Follin is now a vicar at St Peter's, Maghull, Merseyside. He has been married to Lynn Follin since 1994.
|1985-03-??||Subterranean Stryker (ZXS)||Programmer|
|1985-10-??||Star Firebirds (ZXS)||Programmer|
|1986-06-??||Future Games (ZXS)||Programmer|
|1987-03-??||The Sentinel (ZXS)||Programmer|
|1987-10-??||Bubble Bobble (ZXS)||Programmer|
|1988-04-??||Black Lamp (ZXS)||Programmer|
|1988-06-??||Bionic Commando (ZXS)||Programmer|
|1989-??-??||Robot Attack (ZXS)||Programmer|
|1989-02-??||LED Storm (ZXS)||Programmer|
|1989-12-??||Ghouls 'n' Ghosts (ZXS)||Programmer|
|1991-09-??||Spot: The Video Game (GB) (スポット)||Programmer|
|1991-09-??||Altered Space: A 3D Alien Adventure (GB) (アルタード スペース)||Programmer|
|1992-11-??||Spider-Man and the X-Men in Arcade's Revenge (SNES)||Programmer|
|1993-08-0?||Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends (SNES)||Programmer|
|1995-12-??||Toy Story (SNES)||Programmer|
|1998-01-??||Shadow Master (PS1)||Programmer|
|1999-09-30||Quake II (PS1)||Programmer|
|2001-03-??||Pocket Soccer (GBC)||Programmer|
- http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/mfollin/mikehp.htm - Official
- stpetermaghull.org stpetermaghull.org/ stpetermaghull.org - Official.
- worldofspectrum.org/zxspecticle/interviews3.htm - Interview
- web.archive.org/web/20130106170307/http://www.crashonline.org.uk/59/progrmrs.htm - "Crash 59 - Programmers on Programmers"