Bethesda Softworks

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Bethesda Softworks
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Founded 1986
Headquarters Rockville, Maryland, USA
Other Names
  • Bethesda Game Studios

Bethesda Softworks is a game publisher and developer, who was formed in 1986, and it was currently owned by ZeniMax Media. The company is probably best known for developing The Elder Scrolls series.


Games

Music Development

NES

Programmer Randy Linden programmed the sound driver, using many different instruments. Composers would use Sonix on a Commodore Amiga.

Julian Lefay did the music for Wayne Gretzky Hockey (NES) and Where's Waldo? (NES), while George Sanger composed the music for Home Alone (NES).

Audio Personnel

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