Neil Higgins

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Neil Higgins
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Neil Higgins sold Commodore 64 software to English Commodore Disk User magazine in the late 1980s.

Audio Development

Commodore 64

Higgins arranged songs in Ubik's Musik. In VICE 3.2, they sound best with the model 6581 (ReSID) and a bias of around 50, though how close this is to what Higgins heard is unconfirmed.

Regarding sound effects, he programmed The Sound FX Kit for the general public. His own game seems to use a very early driver.


Released Title Sample Notes
1988-12-?? Logic (C64)
1989-04-21 The Sound FX Kit (C64)
1991-0?-?? F1 GP Circuits (C64) The Sound FX Kit
1991-0?-?? Lupo Alberto: The VideoGame (C64) The Sound FX Kit
1991-0?-?? MoonShadow (C64) The Sound FX Kit
1991-10-?? Rolling Twins (C64) The Sound FX Kit
1992-0?-?? Clik Clak (C64) The Sound FX Kit
199?-??-?? Enzyme (C64) The Sound FX Kit