Drew Wilkins

Game Credits

Business

Casualty: First Day (2015)   (Management Team)
 

Production

Drome Racers (2002)   (Creative Producer)
 

Design

Salt Lake 2002 (2002)   (ATD Game Design)
Sydney 2000 (2000)   (Lead Designer)
Rollcage (1999)   (Track Designers)
 

Programming/Engineering

Sydney 2000 (2000)   (Commentary Scripting)
 

Writers

Salt Lake 2002 (2002)   (ATD Commentary Script Writing)
Sydney 2000 (2000)   (Commentary Scripting)
 


Developer Biography

Drew began working at Attention to Detail in 1998 as a level designer on the cult classic Rollcage. After Rollcage he move on to design levels for a game call Gabrielle – The Dark Angel which was to be published by Gremlin Interactive. However, during Gremlin’s takeover by Infogrames their portfolio was trimmed and Gabrielle was one of the casualties.

Drew then went on to be lead designer on the BAFTA award winning Sydney 2000, the official game for the 2000 Olympics. Continuing his role as lead designer with the Olympics team Drew moved on to Salt Lake 2002.

He then moved away from pure game design into production taking on the role of Creative Producer on Drome Racers for LEGO. In December 2002 Drew left ATD in the first round of redundancies which would eventually culminate in the closure of ATD and their parent company Kaboom Studios.

In May 2003 Drew established fish in a bottle limited along with two other ex-ATD staff members (Justin Eames and Dan Griffiths). Fish in a bottle are a digital marketing agency specialising in the creation of Flash games and interactive content used to promote brands and products and to support TV shows such as ‘Doctor Who’, ‘Heroes’, ‘Phineas and Ferb’ and ‘In the Night Garden’.

Last updated: Feb 16, 2008