Nobuyuki Hara

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Nobuyuki Hara
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Local 原 伸幸 (はら のぶゆき)
Born ca. 1970
Birth Place Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Died 1995 (Aged 25)
Aliases Nobuyuki, Nobuyuki.H, N. Hara, Vivinva.Hara, はら へりぞう (Herizou Hara), のぶゆき (Nobuyuki), のぶゆきくん (Nobuyuki-Kun), Yukichan (?)

Nobuyuki Hara was a Japanese programmer and part-time composer who worked for Sunsoft. Although he was primarily an audio programmer, he did write music for the odd game or two. He worked with Shinichi Seya on many projects, which almost always meant programming and implementing Naoki Kodaka's music into the game.

He tragically passed away in 1995 with a disease in his hands in the mid-twenties.

Audio Development

NES

For the NES and Famicom Disk System, Hara wrote the music first in 6502 assembly hexadecimal notation in Akito Takeuchi's sound driver, and later used Music Macro Language when the engine was upgraded by Shinichi Seya.

Gameography

Released Title Sample Notes
1988-12-09 Nankin no Adventure (FDS) (なんきんのアドベンチア) With Naoki Kodaka.
1989-02-10 Sekiryuuou (FC) (赤龍王) Music, Music Programmer
1989-12-22 Batman (NES) (バットマン)
Composer and Arranger of Naoki Kodaka's music.
1989-12-22 Benkei Gaiden (TG16) (弁慶外伝)
1990-04-13 Batman: The Video Game (GB) (バットマン)
1990-08-10 Journey to Silius (NES) (ラフ・ワールド)
1990-08-10 Mahjong Goku Special (PCE) (麻雀悟空スペシャル) Sound Programmer
1990-08-24 Shanghai II (FC) (上海2)
1990-10-?? Gremlins 2: The New Batch (NES) (グレムリン2 -新・種・誕・生-)
1990-10-12 Batman (TG16) (バットマン) Music
1990-12-21 Gremlins 2: The New Batch (GB) (グレムリン2 -新・種・誕・生-)
1991-03-22 The Manhole (TGCD)
1991-09-20 U-four-ia: The Saga (NES) (へべれけ)
1991-09-27 Super Spy Hunter (NES) (バトルフォーミュラ)
With Naoki Kodaka and Shinichi Seya.
1991-12-20 Batman: Return of the Joker (NES) (ダイナマイトバットマン)
1992-01-14 Super Fantasy Zone (GEN) (スーパーファンタジーゾーン)
1992-10-29 Cosmo Gang: The Video (SFC) (コズモギャング ザ ビデオ)
1993-04-16 Dual Orb: Seireiju Densetsu (SFC) (デュアルオーブ・聖霊珠伝説) Sound Effects
1994-07-22 Pieces (SNES) (ジグソー パーティー)
1994-12-29 Dual Orb II (SNES) (デュアルオーブII)
1995-02-03 Jigsaw World (PS1) (ジグソーワールド) Sound Data & Effects

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