Eveline Fischer

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Eveline Novakovic (née Fischer) (born 1969 in Christchurch, Hampshire)[1] is a British video game music composer who composed some of the music for Donkey Kong Country,[2] most of the tracks for Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!,[3] and did voice acting and sound effects for a number of other Rare games including the voice of the main heroine, Joanna Dark, in the Nintendo 64 game Perfect Dark.[4]

Often credited by the name E. Fischer in earlier games she worked on, she married and adopted the name Novakovic in the early 2000s.[5]

Video game credits[edit]

Title Year System Notes
Donkey Kong Country 1994 SNES with Robin Beanland and David Wise
Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! 1996 SNES with Wise
Ken Griffey, Jr.'s Winning Run[6] 1996 SNES
Donkey Kong Land III 1997 Game Boy
Diddy Kong Racing 1997 N64 Voice of Pipsy the Mouse
Donkey Kong 64 1999 N64 Voice of Tiny Kong
Perfect Dark 2000 N64 Voice of Joanna Dark
Dinosaur Planet Cancelled N64 Voice of Krystal, would be re-vamped into Star Fox Adventures
Donkey Kong Country 2 2004 GBA Worked on sound-effects, vocals for Tiny were recycled for Dixie.
Conker: Live and Reloaded 2005 Xbox Character voices, performed "Dis-moi Donc que tu es à Moi (So Tell Me Then That You Are Mine)"
Kameo: Elements of Power 2005 Xbox 360 Character voices, performed "A Lament for Solon"

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ E. Fischer's profile at Genes Reunited.
  2. ^ Rare: Scribes (December 21, 2005) at Internet Archive
    "Robin did Funky's Fugue, Eveline did Simian Segue, Candy's Love Song, Voices of the Temple, Forest Frenzy, Tree Top Rock, Northern Hemispheres and Ice Cave Chant, and the rest was the doing of Mr. Wise."
  3. ^ Rare: Scribes (February 9, 2006) at Internet Archive
    "…everything is by Eveline except for Dixie Beat, Crazy Calypso, Wrinkly's Save Cave, Get Fit A-Go-Go, Wrinkly 64, Brothers Bear and Bonus Time (along with Bonus Win and Bonus Lose), which were by Dave."
  4. ^ http://vgmdb.net/album/436
  5. ^ Rare: Scribes (February 9, 2006) at Internet Archive
  6. ^ Ending credits sequence of Ken Griffey, Jr.'s Winning Run, 28 seconds in.

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