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Brad Fuller, the man who was director of audio at Atari for more than a decade, has passed away. Fuller was responsible for the soundtracks of such classic games as Tetris, Marble Madness & Millipede. He was also responsible for some of the iconic sound design coming from Atari since he joined the company in 1982. He worked on a number of licensed games, such as Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. In 1993 Brad Fuller was promoted to director of engineering, before leaving three years later to become a partner of Matter to Magic Studios. After a three-year stint at OpenTV, Fuller co-founded games audio development firm Sonaural Audio Studios.
Brad Fuller had been battling pancreatic cancer. On December 9th, Fuller posted an update to his personal blog regarding his pancreatic cancer saying that ‘Plan A’ to reduce a blockage in his liver had failed. On January 2nd, Fuller’s family posted a short follow-up message, saying:
“Thank you for all your prayers and support.”
“He fought hard to beat the cancer but in the end he went peacefully.”