Tim Trzepacz is a currently a programmer for Insomniac Games, where he is working day and night on their latest PS2 title. Previously, he was the lead programmer for Working Designs, where he worked on the localizations of many Japanese games for Playstation and Sega Saturn, including the Lunar series, Magic Knight Rayearth, Dragonforce, and many others. He also formed Soft Egg Entertainment (www.softegg.com), which was responsible for almost bringing the famous Japanese computer game Princess Maker 2 to the United States. Before that, he worked on the Sega Genesis version of Pirates!Gold and the MS-DOS version of Magic: the Gathering for Micro Prose Software. Tim Trzepacz has a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech.
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