|Last Modified||07 January 2018|
Known as ‘Demi’, ‘Demiforce’ or even ‘Neo Demiforce’. Steve D. is a knowledgeable software engineer and also has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Japanese language.
He made the first mega hit game for Apple’s popular iPhone model range called Trism in July 13, 2008. Although its sequel had a 2013 planned release date but never panned out. He was an advisor to a social investing start-up called ‘Tip’d Off’ (2014-2015).
Interests: Music, snowboarding, programming, sci-fi, rowing, biking, video game.
- Software engineering portfolio (Angel.co.)
- Demiforce’s logos portfolio (Archived webpage)
- Apple WWDC09 Steve Demeter From Demiforce (Video. Apr 16, 2009. kentarothebest.)
- Apple - More - Developer Stories - Steve Demeter, Demiforce (Video. Feb 27, 2011. TheiPress.)
- Steve Demeter, Creator of Trism (Video. May 25, 2011. budiosx.)
Email backup links: email@example.com (From old parodius web domain), firstname.lastname@example.org (From patch readme of Radical Dreamers), email@example.com.
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|Radical Dreamers: Nusumenai Houseki (EN)||SNES||Fully Playable||25 Dec 2005|
|Famicom Detective Club Part II (EN)||SNES||Fully Playable||10 Oct 2004|
|Monster World IV (EN)||GEN||Fully Playable||29 May 2001|
|Final Fantasy I+II (EN)||NES||Unfinished||10 Feb 2001|
|Final Fantasy II (EN)||NES||Fully Playable||18 Aug 1998|
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|Bikkuriman World (EN)||TG16||Fully Playable||25 Apr 1998|
|TwinBee 3: Poko Poko Dai Maou (EN)||NES||Unfinished||11 Jan 1998|
|Takahashi Meijin no Bouken Jima IV (EN)||NES||Fully Playable||08 Jan 1998|