Scott Adams

Game Credits

Design

Return to Pirate's Island 2 (2000)   (By)
Stock Market: The Game (1990)   (PC Version by)
Adventure Series (1989)   (Design / Programming)
Questprobe: Featuring Human Torch and the Thing (1985)   (Game Design)
The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai: Across the Eigh... (1984)   (Game by)
The Hulk (1984)   (Series outline by)
Sorcerer of Claymorgue Castle (1984)   (Adventure 13 by)
Spider-Man (1984)   (Spiderman by)
Voodoo Castle (1984)   (By)
Return to Pirate's Isle (1983)   (Game by)
Scott Adams' Graphic Adventure #1: Adventureland (1982)   (By)
Scott Adams' Graphic Adventure #2: Pirate Adv... (1982)   (By)
Scott Adams' Graphic Adventure #3: Secret Mis... (1982)   (By)
Scott Adams' Graphic Adventure #5: The Count (1982)   (By)
Scott Adams' Graphic Adventure #6: Strange Od... (1982)   (By)
The Golden Voyage (1981)   (By)
Savage Island Part Two (1981)   (By)
Ghost Town (1980)   (By)
Savage Island (1980)   (Game by)
The Count (1979)   (by)
Mystery Fun House (1979)   (By)
Pirate Adventure (1979)   (Game by)
Pyramid of Doom (1979)   (By)
Secret Mission (1979)   (By)
Strange Odyssey (1979)   (By)
Adventureland (1978)   (By)
 

Programming/Engineering

Psycho (1988)   (IBM Programming)
Black Monday (1987)   (PC version by)
Pirates of the Barbary Coast (1987)   (Directed for PC by)
Questprobe: Featuring Human Torch and the Thing (1985)   (Programming)
The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai: Across the Eigh... (1984)   (Adventure By)
The Hulk (1984)   (by)
Spider-Man (1984)   (Programming)
Scott Adams' Graphic Adventure #4: Voodoo Castle (1983)   (Programmed by)
Scott Adams' Graphic Adventure #1: Adventureland (1982)   (Graphics package for ATARI S.A.G.A. by)
Scott Adams' Graphic Adventure #2: Pirate Adv... (1982)   (Graphics package for ATARI S.A.G.A. developed by)
Scott Adams' Graphic Adventure #3: Secret Mis... (1982)   (Graphics Package for ATARI S.A.G.A. developed by)
Scott Adams' Graphic Adventure #6: Strange Od... (1982)   (Graphics package for ATARI S.A.G.A. developed by)
The Curse of Crowley Manor (1981)   (Game system by)
The Count (1979)   (By)
Mystery Fun House (1979)   (By)
Pirate Adventure (1979)   (By)
Secret Mission (1979)   (By)
Strange Odyssey (1979)   (By)
Adventureland (1978)   (By)
 

Writers

Questprobe: Featuring Human Torch and the Thing (1985)   (By)
The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai: Across the Eigh... (1984)   (Buckaroo Bonzai adventure by)
The Hulk (1984)   (By)
Sorcerer of Claymorgue Castle (1984)   (By)
Spider-Man (1984)   (By)
Return to Pirate's Isle (1983)   (By)
Scott Adams' Graphic Adventure #4: Voodoo Castle (1983)   (By)
Scott Adams' Graphic Adventure #2: Pirate Adv... (1982)   (By)
Adventure Value Pack #4 (1981)   (Story by)
The Golden Voyage (1981)   (By)
Savage Island Part Two (1981)   (By)
Adventure Value Pack #1 (1980)   (Story by)
Adventure Value Pack #2 (1980)   (Story by)
Adventure Value Pack #3 (1980)   (Story by)
Ghost Town (1980)   (By)
Savage Island (1980)   (By)
The Count (1979)   (Adventure Series written by)
Mystery Fun House (1979)   (By)
Pirate Adventure (1979)   (by)
Pyramid of Doom (1979)   (By)
Secret Mission (1979)   (By)
Strange Odyssey (1979)   (By)
Adventureland (1978)   (Adventure by)
 

Thanks

C64 Classix (2005)   (Thanks go out to)
Plasmaworm (2001)   (Thanks)
StarCraft (1998)   (Thanks To (in no particular order))
StarCraft (Demo Version) (1998)   (Thanks To)
The Scott Adams Collection (1997)   (Thanks to)
 

Other

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II (2010)   (Jedi Academy Interns)
Olin in Emerald: Kingdom of Myrrh (1984)   (Presented by)
 


Developer Biography

Scott Adams (b. 10th July 1952) is considered the founder of adventure-style games (interactive fiction) for personal computers. Together with his wife Alexis, he founded Adventure International as a publisher of games for home computers.

Inspired by ADVENTURE written by college students Will Crowther and Don Woods for a DEC computer in 1977, Scott Adams wrote his first game Adventureland in 1978. It was originally created for the TRS-80 in the BASIC programming language. Between 1978 and 1984 he wrote many games, all interactive fiction, and some versions contain bitmap graphics and animations. He remade his original games as SAGAs (Scott Adams Graphical Adventures).

In the mid eighties, the company went out of business and Scott became a senior programmer for Avista, Inc (Formerly Insight Industries, Inc) in Platteville, Wisconsin. After a hiatus of 15 years, he returned briefly with the release of Return to Pirate's Island 2 in August 2000, written for modern platforms.

Last updated: Sep 25, 2007