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Steve Hales

Game Credits


SimLife (1992)   (Sound Programming)
Maniac Mansion (1989)   (Amiga Version by)
Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders (1988)   (Atari ST Version by)
Mindwheel (1985)   (Programmers)
Dimension X (1984)   (By)
Fort Apocalypse (1982)   (By)
Slime (1982)   (By)
Suicide Mission (1982)   (Programmer)


3-D Ultra Pinball: Power! (1999)   (Macintosh Sound Driver)
3-D Ultra Pinball: Creep Night (1996)   (Macintosh Sound Driver)
Blackthorne (1996)   (Sound & Music System © 1991-94)
TriTryst (1996)   (Sound & Music Drivers)
3-D Ultra Pinball (1995)   (Macintosh Sound Driver)
Descent (1995)   (Audio Technology)
The Incredible Machine 2 (1995)   (Macintosh Music Driver)
Prince of Persia CD Collection (1995)   (Sound Programming by)
Trophy Bass (1995)   (Macintosh Sound Driver)
Wolfenstein 3D (1995)   (Sound Driver)
Wolfenstein 3D (1995)   (Sound Driver)
Zoop (1995)   (Macintosh Sound & Music Drivers)
Out of This World (1993)   (Sound and Music Drivers)
Sports Illustrated: Championship Football & B... (1993)   (Sound and Music)
Prince of Persia (1992)   (Sound Programming by)
RoboSport (1991)   (Sound)
SimAnt (1991)   (Sound Effects)
SimCity Graphics Set 1: Ancient Cities (1990)   (PC Sound)
SimEarth: The Living Planet (1990)   (Music)
SimCity (1989)   (Sound)
California Games (1988)   (Amiga Sounds & Music by)


Capcom's MVP Football (1992)   (Special Thanks To)
Beach-Head II: The Dictator Strikes Back (1986)   (Thanks to)

Developer Biography

Steve Hales is a programmer and game designer.

Hales started programming in high school. His first job in the video game industry was at Starpath, which he joined in 1981. He joined Synapse Software after being introduced to the founder of the company by an old friend from high school, Mike Potter.

In 1995 Hales founded the company Igor's Software Laboratories with Jim Nitchals. They have developed music and audio technologies for computers.

Last updated: Aug 08, 2019

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