Solomon's Key for the NES was released in Japan on this day in 1986.

Sean Pearce

Game Credits

Programming/Engineering

Daley Thompson's Olympic Challenge (1988)   (Program)
Mutants (1987)   (Programmed by)
Platoon (1987)   (Code by)
Superstar Indoor Sports (1987)   (Conversion Programmed By)
HardBall! (1985)   (Graphics converted and updated by)
Theatre Europe ()   (Conversion)
Spy Hunter (1982)   (Programmed)
 

Art/Graphics

Daley Thompson's Olympic Challenge (1988)   (Graphics)
HardBall! (1985)   (Graphics)
Spy Hunter (1982)   (Graphics)
 


Developer Biography

Sean Pearce worked as a games programmer between 1984 and 1992, for a variety of companies:

He left school before completing his 'A' levels to join Nebulae where he converted FSS Liberator from C64 / BBC to ZX Spectrum. At Choice, worked on a number of game conversions to ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST and Amiga - for the likes of Ocean, US Gold etc., including Platoon, Mutants, Shackled, Spy Hunter and more. At Palace worked on Complex (unreleased) for Atari ST & Amiga.

Since 1992 he has been working for a number of companies in the Software Banking Industry (Interlink / CR2 1992-2004) and his own company (Biz 2 Bytes Ltd.) 2004. Between 2004 and 2008 he worked at Temenos (UK), most recently between 2009 and present he has contracted for and since 2010 now works for EDB Business Partners Norge AS, rebranded as EVRY AS in March 2012; implementing Debit and Credit card solutions for UK banks (including Contactless).

He married in 1995 and became a father in 2005.

Last updated: Jul 01, 2014