Kei Maruyama

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Kei Maruyama
Local 丸山 けい (まるやま けい)
Birth Place Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases ヒャー まるやま (Hyah Maruyama)
まるちゃんは おもった (Thought so Maru-chan))
Not to be confused with Keiichi Maruyama.

Kei Maruyama is a Japanese composer, sound designer, and sound programmer who worked at Whiteboard.

Music Development


For his work on the Mega Drive, Kei used the 68000 version of Sega's SMPS.


The only NES game Kei worked on was Space Harrier, a Japan-exclusive title. He would use a MIDI sequencer and then convert said MIDIs to Hiroshi Yamazaki's sound driver on the NES.


Released Title Sample Notes
1986-??-?? Legend (ARC)
1986-??-?? Wonder Boy (SG1) (ワンダーボーイ)
1987-10-10 Great Golf (SMS) (マスターズ ゴルフ)
1988-09-09 Nekkyuu Koushien (SG1) (熱球甲子園)
1989-01-06 Space Harrier (FC) (スペース ハリアー)
1989-12-14 Mahjong Cop Ryuu: Shiro Ookami no Yabou (SMD) (麻雀コップ竜 白狼の野望)
1991-02-15 Battle Golfer Yui (SMD) (バトルゴルファー唯)