Hiroshi Suzuki

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Hiroshi Suzuki
Born 1947?
Birth Place Unknown
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases Goblin Sound
Website Unknown

Hiroshi Suzuki worked as the main audio composer at BPS (Bullet-Proof Software). He's best known for composing the song called "Technotris" for the Japanese version of Tetris for NES. When BPS ported a computer game to the NES, Hiroshi was usually the one to do its music.

Hiroshi Suzuki might be the same person as Takayuki Suzuki.

Music Composition

His music sounds very similar like Masakatsu Maekawa's and Keiichi Maruyama's.


Released Title Sample
1987-04-14 Igo: Kyuu Roban Taikyoku (FC) (囲碁 九路盤対局)
1988-??-?? Tetris (MSX)
1988-??-?? M.U.L.E. (MSX)
1988-04-?? Archon: The Light and the Dark (FM7)
1988-07-14 Super Black Onyx (FC) (スーパーブラックオニキス)
1988-11-?? Tetris (FM7) Sound Effect
1988-11-18 Tetris (PC98) Sound Effects
1988-12-22 Tetris: BPS (FC) Sound
1989-12-?? Archon (NES)
1990-??-?? Hatris (ARC) Composer?
1990-07-06 Hatris (NES)
1991-05-?? Hatris (GB) Composer?
1991-05-24 Hatris (TG16) Composer?
1991-08-09 Deflektor (X68) (ディフレクター)
1991-09-20 Pipe Dream (PC98)
1991-12-20 Super Fire Pro Wrestling (SFC)
1991-12-21 Battle Storm (FC)
1992-03-27 Welltris (PC98) (ウェルトリス)
1997-08-25 Gamera 2000 (PS1) (ガメラ2000) Sound Mixer