Chris Stamper

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Chris Stamper
Chris Stamper - 1.jpg
Birth Place England
Nationality British   UK.svg

Chris Stamper is a British game programmer and is the brother of Tim Stamper. The two of them founded Rare. When Rare was developing NES games, he wrote the sound driver for their early games. Later, Mark Betteridge upgraded their NES sound driver and enhanced its sound quality. Chris also programmed their Game Boy and SNES sound drivers.


Released Title Sample Notes
1987-08-?? Slalom (NES) Sound Driver
1987-12-?? Wizards and Warriors (NES) Sound Driver
1988-??-?? California Games (NES) Sound Driver
1988-02-?? R.C. Pro-Am (NES) Sound Driver
1988-09-?? Jeopardy! (NES)
Sound Driver
1988-09-?? Wheel of Fortune (NES)
Sound Driver
1988-11-?? Anticipation (NES)
Sound Driver
1989-??-?? John Elway's Quarterback (NES)
Sound Driver
1989-??-?? WWF Wrestlemania (NES)
Sound Driver
1989-01-05 Who Framed Roger Rabbit (NES) Sound Driver
1989-01-?? Sesame Street 123 (NES)
Sound Driver
1989-03-?? Marble Madness (NES)
Sound Driver
1989-07-?? Sesame Street ABC (NES)
Sound Driver
1989-09-?? Hollywood Squares (NES) Sound Driver
1990-03-?? Wheel of Fortune: Family Edition (NES)
Sound Driver
1990-04-?? Double Dare (NES) Sound Driver
1991-11-?? Sesame Street 123 ABC (NES)
Sound Driver