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Skull & Crossbones (NES)

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MobyRank
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
1.4
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5 point score based on user ratings.

Skull & Crossbones Credits

Credits

Game ProgrammerBob Flanagan
Game DesignMike Hally, Bob Flanagan
Game ArtworkBridget Erdmann, Sam Comstock, Deborah Short
Game AudioDon Diekneite, Brad Fuller
Technical SupportDon Paauw, Cris Drobny, Mike Albaugh, Pete Lipson, Bill Hindorff
Special ThanksMichael A. Klug, Victor Mercieca, Jeff Yonan, Michelle Flanagan, Justin Baldwin
Graphic DesignLouis Saekow Design

Other Games

In addition to this game, the following people are listed as working on other games. No more than 25 people are listed here, even if there are more than 25 people who have also worked on other games.

Bill Hindorff, 43 other games
Michael A. Klug, 28 other games
Bridget Erdmann, 28 other games
Victor Mercieca, 18 other games
Brad Fuller, 16 other games
Sam Comstock, 15 other games
Jeff Yonan, 13 other games
Bob Flanagan, 12 other games
Don Diekneite, 9 other games
Cris Drobny, 5 other games
Mike Albaugh, 5 other games
Mike Hally, 4 other games

Collaborations

People who have worked on this game have also collaborated on the creation of the following games:

Toobin', a group of 6 people
Steel Talons, a group of 5 people
T-Mek, a group of 5 people
Rugrats Go Wild, a group of 4 people
Gauntlet IV, a group of 4 people
Super Sprint, a group of 4 people
R.B.I. Baseball 3, a group of 4 people
Pit-Fighter, a group of 3 people
Klax, a group of 3 people
Rugrats Go Wild, a group of 3 people
Arcade's Greatest Hits: The Atari Collection 2, a group of 3 people
Gauntlet, a group of 3 people
R.B.I. Baseball 2, a group of 3 people

Credits for this game were contributed by Corn Popper (69753)