|NFL GameDay 2005 (2004)||(3-D Scanner Technology Supervisor)|
|MLB 2004 (2003)||(3-D Scanner Technology Supervisors)|
|SOCOM II: U.S. Navy SEALs (2003)||(3-D Scanner Technology Supervisor)|
|NFL GameDay 2003 (2002)||(Artists)|
|Rise to Honor (2004)|
|NFL GameDay 2004 (2003)||(3-D Scanner Technology Supervisor)|
Tyler Crook started making video games in 1998. His first two games, a Beavis and Butthead game and a Roller Derby game, were doomed to be canceled before they were competed. After that, however, he enjoyed a long run on SCEA's GameDay franchise. While he was there, he was a driving force behind the use of 3D scanning to to increase the speed and quality of the art pipeline.
In 2005, Tyler was a founding member of MACHINE the groundbreaking video game company.
As of 2009, Tyler is working as a freelance and contract video game developer. He is also working on his first graphic novel to be published by Oni Press in 2010.
Last updated: Apr 15, 2009