|Wild Wild West: The Steel Assassin (1999)||(Design)|
|Looney Tunes: Cosmic Capers - Animated Jigsaws (1999)||(Interpreter / Development System)|
|Wild Wild West: The Steel Assassin (1999)||(Lead Programming)|
|Hack Lite (1989)||(The HackIcon utility was written by)|
|Hack (1986)||(Amiga Hack is brought to you via the following crew of pseudo-full-time HACKers)|
|Dark Side of the Moon (1998)||(VRStudio Development (Developers))|
|Temüjin (1997)||(Video Reality Studio)|
|Hack (1986)||(With help and advice from)|
Doug Walker (full name Douglas Jay Walker) worked at SouthPeak Interactive on titles like Virtual Jigsaw, Looney Tunes Jigsaw, Temujin, Dark Side of the Moon, 20,000 Leagues: The Adventure Continues, and served as lead programmer and co-designer on Wild Wild West: The Steel Assassin.
After moving to Cisco Systems, where he worked on PS2 networking technology, he is now at Emergent Game Technology in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, working on the Gamebryo Lightspeed game engine.
Last updated: Dec 10, 2009