Shinichi Seya

aka: About.SS, 瀬谷 辰宇, せや しんいち, S Seya
Moby ID: 100198

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Shinichi Seya (瀬谷辰宇) is a game developer, programmer, and musician from Nagoya, Japan. Seya joined SunSoft at age 18, working part time as a sound engineer on numerous titles for a variety of platforms, often credited as About SS.

After four years at SunSoft, he was part of the group that left in 1993 to establish Prism Kikaku, today known as Nippon Ichi Software, where he worked as a sound engineer and later as a lead programmer until he left around 2000 to work as a freelance programmer, working on pachinko machine software.

After six years freelance, he joined Dorasu as a development director, where he still works today.

Credited on 29 games

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Rhapsody: Marl Kingdom Chronicles (2023, PlayStation 5) Battle Programming
AXRIA Retro World (2012, Windows) Music
Rhapsody II: Ballad of the Little Princess (1999, PlayStation) Battle Program (戦闘プログラム)
Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure (1998, PlayStation) Programmers (プログラム)
Honoo no Ryōrinin: Cooking Fighter Hao (1998, PlayStation) Special Thanks (スペシャルサンクス)
Jigsaw Island: Japan Graffiti (1996, PlayStation) Program (プログラム)
Hanafuda Graffiti Koikoi Monogatari (1996, PlayStation) Program (プログラム)
Jigsaw World (1995, PlayStation) Program (プログラム)
Dual Orb II (1994, SNES) Programmer
Pieces (1994, SNES) Program
Trip World (1992, Game Boy) Music Programmer
Mr. Gimmick (1992, NES) Special Thanks
Super Fantasy Zone (1992, Genesis) Sound
Batman: Return of the Joker (1991, NES) Sound Program
Super Spy Hunter (1991, NES) Music
Ufouria: The Saga (1991, NES) Music Staff
Shi-Kin-Joh (1991, Genesis) Music
The Manhole (1991, TurboGrafx CD) Sound
Blaster Master Boy (1991, Game Boy) Sound Programmer
Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990, Game Boy) Music

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