Charles Callet

Also Known As

  • C. Callet

Game Credits

Production

Hostage: Rescue Mission (1988)   (Credits)
 

Design

The Quest for the Time-Bird (1989)   (Credits)
 

Audio

The Bizarre Adventures of Woodruff and the Schnibble (1995)   (Music)
The Last Dynasty (1995)   (Music)
Sierra Soccer: World Challenge Edition (1994)   (Music by)
Gobliins 2: The Prince Buffoon (1993)   (Music)
Goblins Quest 3 (1993)   (Music)
Inca II: Nations of Immortality (1993)   (Sound Effects)
Lost in Time (1993)   (Music)
Bargon Attack (1992)   (Music)
Inca (1992)   (Music)
The Prophecy (1992)   (Music)
Advantage Tennis (1991)   (Music)
Gobliiins (1991)   (Sound Effects)
Populous II: Trials of the Olympian Gods (1991)   (Sound Fx)
Flood (1990)   (Sound by)
Horror Zombies from the Crypt (1990)   (Music)
Jumpin' Jackson (1990)   (Music)
Metal Masters (1990)   (Music)
PowerMonger (1990)   (Sound by)
Ranx: The Video Game (1990)   (Music)
Drakkhen (1989)   (Music and FX)
Fred (1989)   (Sound)
North & South (1989)   (Music, Sound Effects and Anthem)
Passengers on the Wind (1989)   (Music)
Project Neptune (1989)   (Sound)
The Quest for the Time-Bird (1989)   (Music)
Tintin on the Moon (1989)   (Music)
Captain Blood (1988)   (Music)
Combat Course (1988)   (Music by)
Final Assault (1988)   (Music)
Hostage: Rescue Mission (1988)   (Music)
Passengers on the Wind II (1988)   (Music)
Stir Crazy featuring BoBo (1988)   (Sound Design)
Bob Morane: Chevalerie 1 (1987)   (Music)
Bob Morane: Jungle 1 (1987)   (Music)
Bob Morane: Science Fiction 1 (1987)   (Music)
Championship Water-Skiing (1987)   (Musique (Music))
Iznogoud (1987)   (Music)
L'Affaire... (1987)   (Music & FX by)
Prohibition (1987)   (Music)
Sidewalk (1987)   (Music adapted by)
 

Thanks

Urban Runner (1996)   (The following also participated)
 

Other

North & South (1989)   (Development)
Project Neptune (1989)   (Untitled)
Tintin on the Moon (1989)   (Untitled)
 


Developer Biography

Charles Callet was born in Bron, a suburb of Lyon, France. From his childhood he suffered from osteogenesis imperfecta (brittle bone disease), which caused that he had to be hospitalized often. He got an international success by composing various chansons pour singer Eve Brenner, especially with Le Matin sur la Rivière (1976). Other typical compositions are Radio Sex Appeal (1982) and Zanzibar (1984).

In 1986 he bought an Amstrad CPC 464 so he could create a utility that would enable him to compose his own scores. Though he had no background in information technology, he wrote a program in Basic in six months, which was commercialized as "Amstradeus."
In the same period he began to collaborate with Infogrames and in a couple of years he created scores for over a dozen games. Later on, in the early nineties, he composed for various games by Coktel Vision, and he continued to compose for the company after it had become part of Sierra On-Line in 1993.

Callet was married to the opera singer Nicole Subtil. Both were members of the Scientology Church, for which he was very active during the last years of his life.

Last updated: Jan 13, 2010