Bill Holmberg

Game Credits

Audio

Close Combat: First to Fight (2005)   (Featuring The Vocal Talents Of)
Prime Target (1996)   (Voice Talent)
 

Quality Assurance

Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45 (2006)   (Alphabetas.com and the Marsoc Testers)
Pong: The Next Level (2001)   (Tester)
 


Developer Biography

Bill Holmberg started AlphaBetas, Inc. along with partners Milo Grika and Dwight Ludvigson in 1996. The company has tested many games (over 100) for the Macintosh environment as well as several windows based apps and games.

Bill has personally been involved in such standout titles as Age of Empires series, Duke Nukem series, Civilization, among many many others. Recently Bill has done voice work on Close Combat: First To Fight, and tested Red Orchestra.

Past voice credits include several Multimedia titles for private businesses as well as Prime Target by MacSoft. Heroes of Might and Magic IV was the most recent title on PC not for Bold/Destineer/Macsoft labels. He has also done extensive testing for Adaptec and has Microsoft and Apple testing in his quiver as well.

Bill enjoys getting his friends and family members involved in the testing, and his sons Mark, Mitchell and Nicholas can be found in the credits of several games. He hopes his daughter Georgia will soon start testing to complete the family involvement.

Bill was a past Macintosh Technical lead for Imation, a spinoff of 3M, as well as their onsite support manager for several years. He started on Apples when they were still in kit form, and was one of the many EvangeListas! under Guy Kawasaki for Apple Computer.

Bill is also the founder of the recently revived Hart Ski company based in the Minneapolis area. His Grandfather was the original founder and namesake, Hart Holmberg.

Bills newest ski, the F17, has recently won a gold medal under the feet of Mike Morse, who took the national freestyle championship on them. The ski, only 3 months old at the time, is creating quite a buzz in the freestyle community, as it has since gone on to win a Bronze medal in the Olympics and is the preferred ski of the US freestyle team.

He primarily works on IT projects in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul areas and plays with local rock groups, generally as the Singer and Guitar/Bass Player.

Last updated: Dec 26, 2013