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'''''Linwood Taylor''''' is an American video game designer who worked at [[Stormfront Studios|Beyond Software]] He composed the music to each version of the Savage Frontier games, though in the DOS versions, he's only listed as an Encounter Artist. Aside from music, Linwood also programmed the Amiga versions of the two games he worked on and wrote some story for games.
 
'''''Linwood Taylor''''' is an American video game designer who worked at [[Stormfront Studios|Beyond Software]] He composed the music to each version of the Savage Frontier games, though in the DOS versions, he's only listed as an Encounter Artist. Aside from music, Linwood also programmed the Amiga versions of the two games he worked on and wrote some story for games.
 
It's absolutelly unknown who is he aside of the game developement.
 
  
 
==Gameography==
 
==Gameography==

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Linwood Taylor
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Linwood Taylor is an American video game designer who worked at Beyond Software He composed the music to each version of the Savage Frontier games, though in the DOS versions, he's only listed as an Encounter Artist. Aside from music, Linwood also programmed the Amiga versions of the two games he worked on and wrote some story for games.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
1991-??-?? Gateway to the Savage Frontier (AMI)
1991-??-?? Gateway to the Savage Frontier (C64)
1991-??-?? Gateway to the Savage Frontier (DOS)
1991-??-?? Tony La Russa's Ultimate Baseball (C64) Arranger
1991-??-?? Tony La Russa's Ultimate Baseball (DOS) Arranger
1992-??-?? Treasures of the Savage Frontier (AMI)
1992-??-?? Treasures of the Savage Frontier (DOS)

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