Brian Howarth

aka: B. Howarth
Moby ID: 76842

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Brian Howarth is a video game designer and programmer, best known as the author of the Mysterious Adventures series of games from the 1980s. Howarth also worked on the arcade game Theme Park Mystery and SSI's Heroes of the Lance, He was employed by Cinemaware from 1990 until the company went out of business in 1991. He has subsequently worked on tablet and iPhone applications.

Credited on 52 games

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C64 Classix (2005, Windows) Thanks go out to
Arrow of Death: Part I (2001, Browser) Original version written by
3-D TableSports (1996, DOS)
Thunder in Paradise Interactive (1995, DOS) Design Team
BattleTech: A Game of Armored Combat (1994, Genesis) Sound Effects
Cliffhanger (1993, SNES) Music Composer
Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends (1993, Genesis) Software Music / SFX
Batman Returns (1992, Genesis) Music by
Evander Holyfield's "Real Deal" Boxing (1992, Genesis) FX by
Batman Returns (1992, SEGA CD) Sound Programmer
Ex-Mutants (1992, Genesis) Music
David Robinson's Supreme Court (1992, Genesis) Design by
Cal Ripken Jr. Baseball (1992, SNES) Sound and Music by
ABC Wide World of Sports Boxing (1991, DOS) Music and Sound Effects by
Bo Jackson Baseball (1991, DOS) Sound Effects
TV Sports: Hockey (1991, TurboGrafx-16) Sound and Music by
Might and Magic II: Gates to Another World (1991, Genesis) Sound
Theme Park Mystery (1990, Amiga) Programming
Heroes of the Lance (1988, ZX Spectrum) Game Design and Program creation
Savage Island (1986, Commodore 16, Plus/4) Written by

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