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Mungo Amyatt-Leir

Game Credits

Business

Steel Beasts: Gold Edition (2002)   (Project Management)
 

Production

Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (2001)   (Project Liaison)
Perfect Pinball (1995)   (Produced by)
 

Design

Flying Club (2005)   (Product Research)
Luftwaffe Collection (2001)   (For The Vision, The Light, The Salvation)
 

Art/Graphics

Protector (1986)   (Graphics by)
 

Marketing

Battle over Europe (2004)   (Marketing)
VFR Photographic Scenery: Central & Southern ... (2002)   (Product management)
VFR Photographic Scenery: East & South-East ... (2002)   (Product management )
VFR Photographic Scenery: Northern England (2002)   (Product management )
 

Creative Services

Flying Club (2005)   (Coordinateur de Flying Club)
Harrier Jump Jet includes Falkland Islands Campaign (2002)   (Manual Editing)
Vietnam Air War (2002)   (Manual)
Real Airports (2001)   (Manual)
Airport 2000: Volume 2 (2000)   (Manual)
The Chronicles of Omega (1990)   (Documentation by)
 

Thanks

World Airports (2002)   (Thanks to the other nice guys)
Airbus 2000 (Special Edition) (2000)   (Special Thanks to)
VIP Classic Airliners (2000)   (And to)
Airbus 2000 (1999)   (Special Thanks to)
VIP Ultimate Classic Wings: The Collection (1998)   (And to)
 

Other

Spartan (2004)   (Strategy)
Decisive Battles of WWII Vol 2: Korsun Pocket (2003)   (Strategy)
Vietnam Air War (2002)   (Project Liaison)
"Captain Speaking" (2001)   (Other Bits)
Train Sim Activity Pack (2001)   (Business)
 


Developer Biography

Mungo has been working in the interactive entertainment industry since 1983. He was hired by Sir Clive Sinclair to create the first and biggest selling game for the Sinclair QL.

He has since held key positions in software publishing companies, namely Paradox Software, Software Horizons, The Software Business, Digital Marketing International, Instant Access International and Dynamical Systems Research. Mungo has been involved in over 500 published software titles including products for Atari and Mickey Mouse on Gameboy.

With unrivaled experience, Mungo was hired by IBM to personally provide strategy for the launch of their multimedia in Europe. He devised and implemented new product programs taking IBM's Internet technology and published products into diverse and high volume channels. He persuaded key publishers Microsoft, Microprose and Virgin to utilise this technology. In addition, he developed new sales and marketing channels, including the free distribution of Instant Access encryption technology on over 1 million PC entertainment CD-ROMs on the covers of UK specialist magazines.

In 2002, Mungo was a director and manager of Just Flight's Just Play division.

Last updated: Sep 23, 2009