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The Revd. Michael Stuart Follin was, until the late 1990s, a computer game programmer. Amongst the companies at which he worked was Software Creations, where he worked on games for the ZX Spectrum, including highly rated arcade conversions of Bubble Bobble[1] and Ghouls 'n Ghosts,[2] as well as the innovative The Sentinel,[3] one of the first games on the Spectrum to feature true 3D graphics. The music for these games was often written by his brother Tim Follin. In CRASH issue 59, Follin cited Knight Lore, Codename MAT and Pentagram as games he considered as classics, with Jonathan Smith as the programmer he admired the most. Follin's Spectrum conversion of The Sentinel was considered by fellow programmers as one of the top five classic games on that platform.[4] After sixteen years in the computer games industry, latterly on the Playstation version of Quake II, amongst other titles, Follin left the industry to train as a priest in the Church of England.[5] He was subsequently ordained at Liverpool Cathedral,[6] and as of 2010 is the vicar at St Peter's, a small Anglican church in Maghull, Merseyside.[7] On a personal level he married his wife, Lynn Follin, in 1994.[8] References ^ CRASH 45 - Bubble Bobble ^ Ghouls And Ghosts ^ CRASH 40 - The Sentinel ^ "Programmers on Programmers". CRASH (59). December 1988. http://www.crashonline.org.uk/59/progrmrs.htm. Retrieved 2007-08-31.  ^ ZX Specticle: Mike Follin, January 2001 ^ Baptist Surfer: Mike Follin ^ St Peter's, Maghull: Official Website ^ Internet Archive: Mike Follin: Official Website External links zxspecticle interview MobyGames rap sheet Mike Follin at World of Spectrum This biographical article relating to a video game specialist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e