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Bruce Tomlin
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Bruce Tomlin lives in Austin, Texas.

Bruce is most related to old computer systems, but also to Atari and Sega Genesis, where he from 2004 to 2007 made the game "Tube".

Bruce is a clever programmer, and he can handle several OS and Applications for computers.

One of his first projects was to optimize the old Colecovision video game system.
Bruce has also made PCB boards for Atari and Genesis
Later, he among others also made a joystick tester.
Code for both can be found on his website.

Bruce was also the one who made the schematic for the ColecoVision Driving Module and ColecoVision Roller Controller.


In 2007 was he also the man who started up the big game "The Black Onyx" for our ColecoVision.
The Black Onyx was almost ported from SEGA SG-1000 but some unfortunate events led Bruce to abandon the project.
It is now up to Team Pixelboy to finish the job.
The game just needs to have its password system replaced with a EEPROM savegame chip.
A read/write routine, in addition to some beta-testing and minor bug fixing.
Eduardo Mello at OpCode games was first attached to the project in the past, then Stephen Seehorn.
But one, who will be anonymous is the one that did the actual job.
The Black Onyx was released in 2013.

 

Bruce was in 2005 begun on a very big RPG project.
It promised fine but after 4 years of programming it had unfortunately no interest anymore.
The RPG game was never named.

And as Bruce said in 2009:
"And for those who are thinking the question, the chance of this ever making it to the Colecovision is pretty low.
It's not zero, since a lot of the engine code has already been written".
 
    
The unnamed RPG prototyped vaporware game.

So whether the game will be resumed again is unknown, but perhaps publishers will embrace it.


The newest from Mr. Tomlin's hand is Girls Garden.

Girls Garden is a SEGA SG-1000 translation.
Converted from the Japanese edition, and published through Team Pixelboy in 2010.

However, I am not sure if Bruce ever has programmed games for CollectorVision.

Webpage : website.
To get in touch with Bruce, try this: here.