Mike Henry

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Michael J. Henry
Gender Male
Born Unknown
Birth Place Unknown
Nationality American   USA.svg
Aliases Equilibrium
Basement Boys Software
Chip Level Designs

Mike Henry has been credited for the sound driver creation of many SNES games along with Lawrence Hiler. He is the founding member of Chip Level Designs, and thus he worked for many clients who were responsible like Tommy Tallarico, Michelle Simon and the company Equilibrium.

Audio Development

Super Nintendo Entertainment System

Henry's SNES driver is initally based on Nintendo's Kankichi-kun driver. He used three versions of the driver, the standard version when he started off using the driver, and then modified with the help of composers Michelle Simon and Tommy Tallarico (this driver version was in particular used in only four games like NFL Football, Super Slap Shot, Super Caesars Palace and Super Slam Dunk), and then switched to a more basic sound driver. Then he modified and debugged Bitmasters' sound driver in 1994.


(Note: These games list Mike Henry for the music programmer. For the games that credit his sound group, see Chip Level Designs.)

Released Title Notes
1993-06-?? Kawasaki Caribbean Challenge (SNES) Sound and Music Driver
1994-??-?? ESPN Baseball Tonight (SNES) Music Driver
1996-08-?? Mohawk and Headphone Jack (SNES) Special Thanks