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Chris Jones

Game Credits

Production

Starsky & Hutch (2003)   (Test)
Pinball World (1995)   (Production)
 

Design

Championship Manager 2010 (2009)   (Associate Researcher)
Championship Manager 2008 (2007)   (Associate Researcher)
Championship Manager 2006 (2006)   (Associate Researcher)
Championship Manager 2007 (2006)   (Associate Researcher)
Worldwide Soccer Manager 2007 (2006)   (England)
Championship Manager 5 (2005)   (Research Team (BGS))
Championship Manager 4 (2003)   (England)
 

Programming/Engineering

Buzz!: Quiz Player (2010)   (Game Programmer)
Buzz!: Quiz TV (2008)   (Game Programming)
Buzz!: The Schools Quiz (2008)   (Additional Game Programming)
Buzz!: The Mega Quiz (2007)   (Game Programming)
Buzz!: The BIG Quiz (2006)   (Programming)
Buzz!: The Music Quiz (2005)   (Programming)
DJ: Decks & FX House Edition (2004)   (Programming)
Kiss Pinball (2001)   (Head Programmer)
Oni (2001)   (Lead Programmer)
Grand Theft Auto 2 (1999)   (Programmers)
Hidden & Dangerous (1999)   (Programmers)
Space Station Silicon Valley (1999)   (Programming)
Grand Theft Auto (1997)   (Programming)
Pinball Builder: A Construction Kit for Windows (1996)   (Programming)
Pinball Fantasies (1992)   (Programming by)
 

Quality Assurance

Starsky & Hutch (2003)   (Test)
Virtua Tennis (1999)   (Leading Tester)
 

Thanks

Buzz!: Quiz Player (2010)   (Special Thanks)
SingStar Anthems (2006)   (Thanks to)
 

Other

Buzz!: The Hollywood Quiz (2007)   (Additional Work)
 


Developer Biography

Chris Jones is credited in Programming for Tarantula in their UK studios on the games Oni (2001) and Grand Theft Auto (1999).

In 2002, he is credited as Lead Tester in the United Kingdom with on Virtua Tennis for Windows with Strangelite, the company which ported the game to that platform.

We then find Chris as a tester in England with Minds Eye, a UK testing company, on Starsky & Hutch (2003). Also in 2003, he was a tester/researcher in England for the Sports Interactive game Championship Manager 4.

In 2004, Chris is back in the Programming Department with Relentless Software (a Brighton, England company) on the game DJ: Decks & FX House Edition.

Last updated: Feb 22, 2006