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Anthony Williams

Also Known As

  • Tony Williams
  • Tiny Williams

Game Credits


Xenon (1988)   (C√≥digo (Code))


Scumball (1988)   (Graphics converted by)


Perfect Assassin (1997)   (Music)
Break Point (1996)   (Sound Effects)
Beneath a Steel Sky (1994)   (Music conversion)
Spider-Man & Venom: Maximum Carnage (1994)   (Genesis Musicians )
The Tick (1994)   (Sound)
Creepers (1993)   (Music by)
Disney's Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Q... (1993)   (Music Composition By)
Disney's Beauty and the Beast: Roar of the Beast (1993)   (Music Composition by)
DJ Puff (1992)   (Music)
Holiday Lemmings (1992)   (Music by)
Lemmings & Oh No! More Lemmings (1992)   (Original Music Produced By)
OverKill (1992)   (Music)
Awesome Golf (1991)   (Music by)
Lemmings (1991)   (Music)
Oh No! More Lemmings (1991)   (Music)
Blinkys Scary School (1990)   (Sound effects)
The Killing Game Show (1990)   (Sounds)
Shadow of the Beast II (1990)   (Music and Sound Effects)
Smash T.V. (1990)   (Sound by)
Jimmy Connors Pro Tennis Tour (1989)   (Sonics)
Pang (1989)   (Music adapted by)
Stormlord (1989)   (Sound FX)
Bob's Full House (1988)   (Musician)
NARC (1988)   (Music)
The Ninja Warriors (1988)   (Music)
Xenon (1988)   (Sonidos (Sounds))
Colony (1987)   (Sound Effects)
Milk Race (1987)   (Music by)
Sector 90 (1987)   (Music by)
Shinobi (1987)   (Music by)
Soldier of Light (1986)   (Music)

Quality Assurance

Godzilla: Domination! (2002)   (Game Testers)


Wallace & Gromit in Project Zoo (2003)   (And also special thanks to:)
Reign of Fire (2002)   (Special Thanks)

Developer Biography

Williams held positions at Acclaim Entertainment and was COO at Take-Two Interactive. While working for Take-Two, he attracted BMG Interactive and secured the license for the Grand Theft Auto series. Until recently, he was the Managing Director of bam! Entertainment. On 9 May, 2005, he was appointed COO of Codemasters.

Williams studied at Cambridge University and he is a Director at Near East Foundation, a charity organization in New York, providing structural resources in the Middle East and Africa.

Last updated: May 09, 2005