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Kevin Bulmer

Also Known As

  • Kev Bulmer

Game Credits

Production

Perfect Assassin (1997)   (Project Lead)
Druid: Daemons of the Mind (1995)   (Managing Director and Design Realization)
 

Design

Chronicles of the Sword (1996)   (Original Concept and Design)
Druid: Daemons of the Mind (1995)   (Original Concept)
Rapid Assault (1995)   (Game Designer)
Legends of Valour (1992)   (Game Design by)
Shadow Sorcerer (1991)   (Additional design by)
Corporation (1990)   (Design by)
MASK (1987)   (Game concept)
 

Programming/Engineering

Perfect Assassin (1997)   (AI & Programming)
 

Art/Graphics

Perfect Assassin (1997)   (Artists)
Chronicles of the Sword (1996)   (Art Direction)
Rapid Assault (1995)   (Graphics)
The Flash (1993)   (Graphics)
Legends of Valour (1992)   (Graphics / Artwork)
Shadow Sorcerer (1991)   (Graphics)
Corporation (1990)   (Graphics by)
Hoverforce (1990)   (Graphics)
Dragons of Flame (1989)   (Graphics)
Galaxy Force II (1988)   (Graphics (except title screen) by)
Hot Rod (1988)   (Graphics)
Mickey Mouse: The Computer Game (1988)   (Graphics)
Skate Crazy (1988)   (Graphics)
Techno Cop (1988)   (Graphics)
MASK (1987)   (Graphics)
Gauntlet II (1986)   (Graphics)
Gauntlet (1985)   (Graphics)
 

Quality Assurance

Shadow Sorcerer (1991)   (Playtesting)
 

Creative Services

Legends of Valour (1992)   (Monster Illustrations)
 

Other

Ed Hunter (1999)   (Synthetic Dimensions)
 

Companies

Galaxy Force II (1988)   (Graphics by)
 


Developer Biography

Director and Co-Founder of Synthetic Dimensions, Kevin Bulmer has illustrated books, magazine covers, single covers, box art, game manuals, designed computer games, interactive education aids, special packaging, written magazine articles, short stories and scripts and designed, modelled, textured, rigged and animated CG characters for television.

He has also been interviewed on radio and television (BBC 1, ITV1, Channel 4, Radio 5 Live, Canal +).

Last updated: May 15, 2005