Bob Libbe

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Robert M. Libbe
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Born March 19
Birth Place Chicago, Illinois, USA
Nationality American   USA.svg
Aliases B. Libbe, RML

Bob Libbe is an American composer and sound designer who composed numerous arcade and pinball games at Bally Midway. In March 1977 he joined Norlin Music and Lowrey Organ Co. as a software engineer. In February 1982, Bob joined into the video game music industry when he worked for Bally Midway. In August 1987, he stopped working on video games and worked as a developmental engineer for Rockwell Graphics Systems. Libbe currently works as a senior software engineer at HydraForce.

Music Development


Bob wrote the music in all types of assembly language on a HP64000 computer. His music utilized the AY-3-8910A which was popular in many arcade games.


Released Title Sample
1983-??-?? Spy Hunter (ARC)
1984-??-?? Demolition Derby (ARC)
1985-??-?? Eight Ball Champ (PBL)
1985-??-?? Sarge (ARC)
1986-??-?? Motordome (PBL)
1986-??-?? Star Guards (ARC)
1986-??-?? Strange Science (PBL)
1986-08-04 Rampage (ARC)
1987-??-?? Hardbody (PBL)