Tamayo Kawamoto

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Tamayo Kawamoto
Tamayo Kawamoto - 01.jpg
Local 河本 圭代 (かわもと たまよ)
Born Unknown
Birth Place Unknown
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases Kuwachan, Tmayochan, Golden Tamayo, Tamayan, Tamatama, Tamaya, Tama, Tamaya Koubou

Tamayo Kawamoto began her video game music career as one of the original composers at Capcom in 1984. In the early 1990s she left Capcom and began working at Taito. Kawamoto is currently in a band called Betta Flash.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
1984-07-?? SonSon (ARC)
1984-09-?? Pirate Ship HigeMaru (ARC)
1985-02-?? Savage Bees (ARC)
1985-12-?? Section-Z (ARC)
1986-09-27 Commando (NES) (戦場の狼)
1986-11-?? Legendary Wings (ARC)
1986-??-?? The Speed Rumbler (ARC)
1987-02-01 Avengers (ARC)
1987-02-?? Tiger Road (ARC)
1987-05-25 Section-Z (FDS)
1987-07-?? Section-Z (NES)
1988-??-?? Black Tiger (ARC)
1988-06-?? 1943 Kai: Midway Kaisen (ARC)
1988-06-?? Forgotten Worlds (ARC)
1988-07-?? Last Duel (ARC)
1988-12-?? Ghouls 'n Ghosts (ARC)
1989-09-19 A Taxing Woman (FC) (マルサの女)
1989-11-?? Buster Bros. (ARC)
1990-??-?? Quiz HQ (ARC)
1992-07-10 Yuuyu no Quiz de Go! Go! (SFC)
1993-02-26 Gensō Tairiku Aurelia (PCE)
1994-??-?? RayForce (ARC)
1997-04-25 Gamera 2000 (PS1)
1998-??-?? RayCrisis (ARC)
2001-08-01 The Fear (PS2)
2002-03-20 Magic Pengel: The Quest for Color (PS2)
2004-07-25 Bujingai: The Forsaken City (PS2)

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