|Pablo Toledo Cota|
Pablo Toledo was a video game programmer and musician.
In summer 1984, Toledo's father bought a Sinclair ZX81. In 1985 or 1986, Toledo bought a Commodore 64 and collected games. During winter 1986/1987, he met Javier Sánchez Fransesch who got him started into machine code.
Amstrad CPC/MSX/ZX Spectrum 128
Toledo used the same driver as TPM and Lords of the Sound. The driver and songs are almost identical on all three platforms, since they have the same CPU and sound chip, only at different clocks and ports. He did not like any of the three platforms.
|1988-09-??||Game Over II (C64)|
|1988-11-??||Chicago's 30 (C64)||Credited to Pablo, but one arrangement was also used in Emilio Butragueño Futbol (C64).|
|1988-1?-??||Silent Shadow (C64)|
|1988-1?-??||Turbo Girl (C64)|
|1989-01-??||Emilio Butragueño Futbol (C64)||Credited to Gominolas, but one arrangement was also used in Chicago's 30 (C64).|
|1990-01-??||Mortadelo y Filemón II: Safari callejero (CPC)||
|1990-01-??||Mortadelo y Filemón II: Safari callejero (ZXS)|
|1990-??-??||Mortadelo y Filemón II: Safari callejero (MSX)|
|1991-0?-??||Hammer Boy (C64)|
|1992-0?-??||Budokan: The Martial Spirit (C64)|
- mobygames.com/developer/sheet/view/developerId,25294/ - MobyGames.
- mobygames.com/developer/sheet/view/developerId,256515/ - MobyGames.
- web.archive.org/web/20080829233734/http://encanta.avalonsoftware.org/fanzine/01/entevista9.php - Interview from July 1992 (in Spanish).
- atlantis-prophecy.org/recollection/?load=interviews&id_interview=131 - Interview from August 10, 2002.
- worldofspectrum.org/tribute/en/ToledoCotaPablo.html - Obituary.