Bob Lindstrom

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Bob Lindstrom
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Birth Place
Nationality American   USA.svg

Bob Lindstrom is an American musician. In the late 80s, he started working for Cinemaware, with his most notable contribution being the Rocket Ranger soundtrack. He left the game music industry around 1990 for unknown reasons.

Audio Development


Bob used Mark Riley's music software Sonix. The program required its users to enter music on a staff. The instruments may have been supplied by Jim Simmons.


Released Title Sample Notes
1988-??-?? Rocket Ranger (AMI)
1988-??-?? Rocket Ranger (AST)
1988-??-?? Rocket Ranger (C64)
1988-??-?? Rocket Ranger (DOS) Arranged by Tom Jeffries.
1988-??-?? TV Sports: Football (AMI)
1989-07-?? Rocket Ranger (A2GS)
1989-??-?? Lord of the Rising Sun (AMI)
1989-??-?? TV Sports: Football (AST)
1990-??-?? TV Sports: Football (TG16) (TVスポーツ・フットボール) Arranger?/Composer
1990-06-?? Rocket Ranger (NES)
Arranged by Tania Smith.