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Jean-Marc Torroella

Also Known As

  • J. M. Torroealla
  • Jean-Marc Toroella
  • Jean Marc Toroella
  • Jean Marc Torroella

Game Credits

Production

Lucky Luke: Wanted! (2001)   (Original SNES Development Team)
Spirou (1995)   (Production and Development Team for the original version)
 

Design

Need for Speed: V-Rally 2 (1999)   (Original Track Production)
V-Rally Edition 99 (1998)   (Stages Design)
Alone in the Dark (1992)   (Production Designers)
Fred (1989)   (Design)
 

Art/Graphics

Test Drive Unlimited (2006)   (X360 Backgrounds Lead)
Titeuf: Méga compet' (2004)   (Graphic artist)
Kya: Dark Lineage (2003)   (3D Artists)
V-Rally 3 (2002)   (Track Production Artists)
Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed (2000)   (Circuit Tracks Artist)
Starshot: Space Circus Fever (1999)   (Artist Modeler)
V-Rally Edition 99 (1998)   (Stages Graphics)
Lucky Luke (1997)   (Graphics)
Need for Speed: V-Rally (1997)   (Graphics)
The Adventures of Tintin: Prisoners of the Sun (1996)   (Graphics)
Astérix & Obélix (1996)   (Background Artists)
Spirou (1995)   (Graphics)
Time Gate: Knight's Chase (1995)   (Graphics)
Tintin in Tibet (1995)   (Graphics)
Relentless: Twinsen's Adventure (1994)   (Scenery Graphics)
The Smurfs (1994)   (Graphics)
Astérix (1993)   (Graphics by)
Call of Cthulhu: Shadow of the Comet (1993)   (Graphics / Artwork)
Alone in the Dark (1992)   (2D Graphics)
Eternam (1992)   (Graphics)
Advantage Tennis (1991)   (Graphics)
Metal Masters (1990)   (Design)
SimCity (1989)   (Graphic)
Star Trap (1988)   (Artist)
 

Thanks

Lucky Luke (1997)   (The Production and Development Team for Original Version)
Tintin in Tibet (1995)   (And to the Original Development and Production Team)
Living Ball (1994)   (Thanks to...)
 

Other

Lucky Luke (1997)   (The Production and Development Team for Original Version)
 


Developer Biography

Jean-Marc Torroella was a street artist in the early eighties, creating live art pieces during punk concerts and following French Grenoble groups. He learned computer graphic works in the late 1980s. His first work was Fred (1989) and he joined Infogrames based in Lyon, France. He followed Fr├ęderic Raynal in the Adeline Software adventure. During the 1990s and 2000s he worked on many French video game projects. He now works freelance for game studios and other multimedia projects as a 2D/3D artist, and is located in Grenoble, France.

Last updated: Mar 04, 2016