|Spider-Man (2002)||(Game Designers )|
|Call to Power II (2000)||(Game Design)|
|Civilization: Call to Power (1999)||(Design)|
|Pitfall 3D: Beyond the Jungle (1998)||(QA Testers)|
|Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain (1997)||(Quality Assurance)|
|Hexen II (1997)||(Quality Assurance)|
|Quake II (1997)||(Quality Assurance Testers)|
|Shanghai: Dynasty (1997)||(Testers)|
|Twinsen's Odyssey (1997)||(QA Testers)|
|Legion: The Legend of Excalibur (2002)||(Special Thanks)|
|Soldier of Fortune (2000)||(..)|
|Soldier of Fortune: Gold Edition (2000)||(Special Thanks)|
Winnie has worked with some great talent in an industry that generally doesn't favor many women. Winnie used to believe that her career would have been easier if she'd been male, but doesn't quite know if that's false modesty, misguided thinking or a lack of testosterone talking.
Winnie has been involved in designing some games that sold fairly well but received lukewarm critical acclaim. However, she still considers herself pretty lucky, particularly when meeting people who've actually played those games and liked them, despite what the critics had to say.
These days, Winnie works with Massive Incorporated. Knock on wood, Winnie's luck seems to continue unabated.
It's tempting to keep writing, but Winnie has to keep reminding herself that this isn't a blog. Winnie hates writing in the third person, as it reminds her too much of Bob Dole. Bob Dole says thanks for reading!
Last updated: Apr 21, 2006