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Natasha Warmington is a British quality assurance tester for video games, currently working at Betdigital. In the summers of 2005 and 2007 and from June–September 2008, Warmington worked at Fuse Games, which released Metroid Prime Pinball in 2005. She says on her LinkedIn page that part of her job was to look after the office in an administrative capacity, while also testing and logging bugs for the games in development. Warmington is credited under special thanks in Metroid Prime Pinball. She left in 2008 to attend university.