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Alan J. Murphy

Also Known As

  • Alan Murphy

Game Credits

Programming/Engineering

Keef the Thief: A Boy and His Lockpick (1989)   (Programming)
Bug Hunt (1987)   (By)
 

Writers

Prophecy (1989)   (Plot Contributors)
 

Art/Graphics

Frequency (2001)   (Arena Artists)
FireTeam (1998)   (Artwork)
X-Men: Gamesmaster's Legacy (1995)   (Artist)
X-Men (1994)   (Artists)
The Amazing Spider-Man vs. The Kingpin (1993)   (Art)
B.O.B. (1993)   (Art Conversion)
Gauntlet IV (1993)   (Video Graphics)
Car and Driver (1992)   (Graphics / Artwork)
Taz-Mania (1992)   (Art)
F-22 Interceptor (1991)   (Graphics)
Fox's Peter Pan & The Pirates: The Reven... (1991)   (Graphics By)
Escape from Hell (1990)   (Graphics / Artwork)
Faces (1990)   (Graphics / Artwork)
Fountain of Dreams (1990)   (Graphics / Artwork)
Spider-Man (1990)   (Graphics )
Chuck Yeager's Advanced Flight Trainer 2.0 (1989)   (Graphics / Artwork)
Deathtrack (1989)   (Art:)
Prophecy (1989)   (Graphics)
Chuck Yeager's Advanced Flight Simulator (1987)   (Artist)
Countermeasure (1982)   (Graphics)
Demons to Diamonds (1982)   (Graphics)
RealSports Volleyball (1982)   (Graphics)
Space Dungeon (1982)   (Graphics)
Defender (1981)   (Graphics)
Pac-Man (1980)   (Graphics)
Galaxian (1979)   (Graphics)
 


Developer Biography

Alan has been an artist in the software and games industries for twenty five years. He was hired as the second animator at Atari Games in 1980 and has worked for many of the major game and software publishers. He has over 100 released games on many platforms. His online gallery is at www.alan-murphy.com

The following is a list of game credits:

Atari: Hard Drivin', Gauntlet, Pac-Man, Xevious, Defender, Galaxian, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Blasteroids, Gauntlet 2, All Points Bulletin, Air Race, Counter Measure, Space Dungeon, Soccer, Black Belt, Pebble Beach Golf, Real Sports Volleyball, Demons t Diamonds, Bug Hunt, Neochrome, Accelerator

Activision: Prophecy, The Fall of Trinidon, Ghostbusters 2

Broderbund Software: Magellan, Galleons of Glory

BIS: World Geography ’86, World Geography ’87 Capcom: Commando

CBS: CSB Sportsline Hockey

Children's Television Workshop: Adventures of Kermit the Frog

Compaq: KidSafe, Personal Information Manager

Crystal Dynamics: CyberClash

Disney: The Incredibles, Disks of Tron

Dynamix: Death Track, Ghostbusters

Digital Pictures: Prize Fighter

Electronic Arts: Chuck Yeager's Advanced Flight Trainer 2.0, 688 Attack Sub, Fountain of Dreams, Richard and Alan's Escape from Hell, F-22 Interceptor, Car and Driver

Epyx: Sticker Maker, Summer Games

Equilibrium: DeBabelizer, Peter Pan

Fischer Price: Launch and Learn

Foley Hi-Tech: Speedometer, Savage Heroes, The Adventures of B.O.B., Jordan Adventure

Harmonix Music Systems: Frequency

Logitech: GameCam, Ghostlab

McDonald’s: Pop the Bubbles

Mindscape: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Multitude: FireTeam, Firetalk

Nokia: Alien Front Online, Hearts, Lose Your Marbles, Chess

Reality Fusion: GameCam, SeeSaw, Ghostlab, Variety Pack, Camera Cafe

SEGA of America: Spiderman Master System, Spiderman CD, Tazmanian Devil, X-men, X-men 2

SEGA Channel: The Sega Channel

Sony Interactive: Frequency

Spectrum Holobyte/Sphere: Falcon 3.0, Faces (Tetris 3)

Strategic Simulations ( SSI ): Pool of Radiance

Tengen: Awesome Possum

THQ: PeterPan

Touchstone Pictures: King Arthur

Universal Interactive: Van Helsing

Last updated: Aug 10, 2009