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Mike Singleton

Game Credits

Production

Ring Cycle (1996)   (Director)
Star Trek: The Rebel Universe (1987)   (Produced by)
 

Design

Starlord (1993)   (Design & Programming)
Ashes of Empire (1992)   (A game by)
Flames of Freedom (1991)   (Directed by)
J.R.R. Tolkien's War in Middle Earth (1989)   (Game Design)
Midwinter (1989)   (Original Concept)
J.R.R. Tolkien's War in Middle Earth (1988)   (Game Concept)
Star Trek: The Rebel Universe (1987)   (Design)
Quake Minus One (1986)   (Designer)
Doomdark's Revenge (1985)   (Designed by )
The Lords of Midnight (1984)   (By)
Shadowfax (1982)   (Created by)
 

Programming/Engineering

GRID (2008)   (Programmers)
Wrath Unleashed (2004)   (Lead Programmers)
Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb (2003)   (Engine Technology)
HSX: HyperSonic.Xtreme (2002)   (Programming)
World Championship Snooker (2000)   (3D Engine)
Lords of Midnight (1995)   (Programming)
Red Ghost (1995)   (Programming)
David Leadbetter's Greens (1991)   (Additional technical ideas)
J.R.R. Tolkien's War in Middle Earth (1989)   (Additional Programming)
Dark Sceptre (1988)   (Dark Sceptre by)
3 Deep Space (1983)   (By)
Siege (1983)   (by)
Ski (1982)   (By)
Space Ace (1982)   (By)
Star Lord (1982)   (Game by)
 

Writers

Lords of Midnight (1995)   (Story written by)
 

Creative Services

Ashes of Empire (1992)   (Manual Concept)
Star Trek: The Rebel Universe (1987)   (User's guide written by)
 

Support

David Leadbetter's Greens (1991)   (with additional technical ideas from)
 

Thanks

Gauntlet: Seven Sorrows (2005)   (Special Thanks)
 


Developer Biography

Mike Singleton (1951 – October 10, 2012) was a British author and game developer. He started inventing games as a youngster. While working as an English teacher on Merseyside he produced a computer game called Star Lord (Commodore PET/CBM) and went on to write various well-regarded titles for the ZX Spectrum during the 1980s. He died in Switzerland on Wednesday 10th October. He had been suffering from cancer.

Mike's first game was Computer Race. It was placed in a betting shop, where customers could bet money and then view a randomized race play out on a Commodore PET and earn real money rewards.

Last updated: Feb 08, 2014