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Jean-Marc Lebourg

aka: Big Sur, Jimmy Tucson

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Video Games programming:* Danse Macabre / Atari 8bit programming / Funlight Software (founded and owned by JML) * Diabolikron / Atari ST programming / (self-published) * Guardians / Co-design + Amstrad CPC programming / Loriciel * Jim Power / Game Boy programming / Loriciel * Bunny Bricks / Amstrad CPC programming / Silmarils * Disc / Amstrad CPC programming / Loriciel * Speedy Gonzales / Sega Megadrive/Genesis programming / Cryo Interactive * Commander Blood / Sega Saturn programming / Cryo Interactive * 4 Pics 2 Steps / Windows Phone

Database programming:* Several software developed (PC and Atari ST) for various customers

Internet programming:* Almost 100 web sites created and developed since 1998 (like: http://www.toutapprendre.com...)

Present:* Web site development / Internet programming For http://www.egyo.com (Owner and CEO since 2001)

Credited on 6 games

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Cheese Cat-Astrophe starring Speedy Gonzales (1995 on Genesis) Main programmer
Jim Power: The Lost Dimension in 3D (1993 on SNES) GAME BOY programming
Bunny Bricks (1992 on Amstrad CPC) Programmer
Jim Power in "Mutant Planet" (1992 on Amstrad CPC) Programmer
Disc (1991 on Amstrad CPC) Amstrad Conversion
Guardians (1991 on DOS) Scenario

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Jean-Marc Lebourg circa 2014

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