Stephen Ruddy was a game and audio programmer at Software Creations. While Ruddy's name isn't as well known as Tim Follin and Geoff Follin, he created the sound drivers they used for their Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, GameBoy, Game Gear, Nintendo 64, NES, Sega Master System, and ZX Spectrum soundtracks.
Ruddy programmed a sound driver in 6502 assembly language, in which the music was written in assembly. The driver was only used by Geoff Follin and Tim Follin, although David Wise used the driver for World Games.
|1989-03-??||World Games (NES)||
|1989-09-??||Sky Shark (NES)||
|1990-03-??||Magic Johnson's Fast Break (NES)||Sound Driver|
|1990-03-??||Target: Renegade (NES)||Sound Driver|
|1990-06-??||Solstice: The Quest for the Staff of Demnos (NES)||
|1990-11-??||Silver Surfer (NES)||
|1991-03-??||Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: Taito (NES)||Sound Driver|
|1991-03-??||Kiwi Kraze (NES)||Sound Driver|
|1991-10-??||Wolverine (NES)||Sound Driver|
|1991-12-??||Tom & Jerry: The Ultimate Game of Cat and Mouse! (NES)||
|1991-12-??||Treasure Master (NES)||Sound Driver|
|1992-02-??||Terminator 2: Judgement Day (NES)||
|1993-09-23||The Incredible Crash Dummies (NES)||Sound Driver|