Carl Muller

About Carl Muller:
Worked on:
Necromancer 2 (Concept, Graphics, Music, Programming), Smurfs (Design, Programming)

Carl Muller is a programmer from New Zealand, who is currently living in the United Kingdom. On his website, Carl Muller writes that ‘In my youth I had a C64 (and before that a VIC-20), and wrote lots of really bad C64 games, which were never published’. Some of his C64 games include Frogger (1984), Necromancer 2 (1985), Smurfs (1985), Pang (1990) and Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles (1990). Later he turned to professional games writing and for a period worked at Probe Entertainment in Croydon, UK (which was taken over by Acclaim). Probe has since reformed first as Hotgen Studios then as Netherock, and now as HotGen Ltd. (
He has worked commercially on such games as Mortal Kombat 2 (Saturn game), FifaSoccer 96 (SNES game), Batman Forever (SNES game), Judge Dredd (SNESgame), Pagemaster (SNES game),  VirtualSoccer (SNES game), Speedball 2 (C64 game), Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles(C64 game), Last Ninja (NES game). He climbed the ladder of the industry, working from tape machines to making some of today’s biggest selling games. For an interview with Carl Muller go to:

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