Shaun McClure

Also Known As

  • Shaun G. McClure
  • Shaun Mclure

Game Credits


Winx Club (2005)   (Artists)
Scrabble: 2003 Edition (2003)   (Lead Artist)
Super Bubble Pop (2002)   (Additional Art)
Backyard Soccer (2001)   (Lead Artist)
Scrabble (2001)   (Artists)
Pajama Sam 3: You Are What You Eat From Your Head ... (2000)   (Lead Artist)
Team Losi RC Racer (1998)   (Artists)
Actua Soccer: Club Edition (1997)   (Artist)
Humans 3: Evolution - Lost in Time (1995)   (Support Artists)
Tempest 2000 (1994)   (Graphics / Artwork)
Brutal Sports Football (1993)   (Extra Graphics)
King's Table: The Legend of Ragnarok (1993)   (Graphics)
TNN Bass Tournament of Champions (1993)   (Artwork by)
The Humans (1992)   (Graphics by)
Rugby Coach (1991)   (Screen by)
Super Seymour Saves the Planet (1991)   (Scenery by)
Your Sinclair Magnificent 7 July 1991 (1991)   (Double Agent loading screen by)
Double Dragon 3: The Rosetta Stone (1990)   (Graphics by)
Raiden (1990)   (Graphics by)
Rodland (1990)   (Graphics)
Time Machine (1990)   (Additional Graphics)
Big Run (1989)   (GFX)
British Super League (1989)   (Loading screen by)
Count Duckula in No Sax Please - We're Egyptian (1989)   (Grafix)
Fast Lane! The Spice Engineering Challenge (1989)   (Game Graphics)
Final Blow (1989)   (Amazing Graphicky Things by)
Grand Prix (1989)   (Screen by)
International Football (1989)   (Screen by)
The Official Father Christmas (1989)   (Graphix by)
Postman Pat 2 (1989)   (Grafix by)
Rally Cross Challenge (1989)   (Graphics)
Soccer Quiz (1989)   (Screen by)
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1988)   (Title Screen by)
NARC (1988)   (Graphics)
Wembley Greyhounds (1988)   (Screen by)

Quality Assurance

Cabela's Survival: Shadows of Katmai (2011)   (Functional Test Team)


King of Clubs (2007)   (The Code Monkeys Ltd)

Developer Biography

Shaun McClure is a graphics artist who has been working in the gaming industry since the early 1980's. His portfolio includes hundreds of games for various platforms.

Shaun is also a freelance artist, and he is credited for his contract work on many games developed by companies for whom he did not work full time.

He resides in the United Kingdom.

Shaun's industry employment includes these companies:

Last updated: Jul 16, 2009