Also Known As
- Doug Whatley
|A Force More Powerful: The Game of Nonviolent Stra... (2006)||(Chief Executive Officer)|
|Tropico: Mucho Macho Edition (2002)||(President)|
|Waterloo: Napoleon's Last Battle (2001)||(President)|
|Emperor: Rise of the Middle Kingdom (2002)||(President)|
|Tropico: Paradise Island (2002)||(President BreakAway Games Ltd.)|
|NFL Coaches Club Football (1993)||(Game Design)|
|ABC Sports Monday Night Football '98 (1997)||(Programming)|
|NFL Coaches Club Football (1993)||(Programming)|
|Gunship 2000 (1991)||(Quality Assurance)|
|Sid Meier's Civilization (1991)||(Additional Playtesting)|
|ABC Sports Indy Racing (1997)||(A Special Thanks To)|
|Austerlitz: Napoleon's Greatest Victory (2002)||(President)|
Doug Whatley worked for Quantum Computer Services (later called America Online) from 1987 until 1990. He programmed Windows/PC version of America Online Client Software.
He then worked for Microprose from 1990 until 1996 where he programmed, designed, and produced games including Darklands, Coaches Club Football, Ultimate Football and Ultimate Football 95. He was also on the team that created Apache 2000, Taskforce 1942 and Pacific Air War.
Doug was the Director of Product Development for OT Sports from 1996 until 1998. He produced Monday Night Football, Monday Night Football 98, ABC Sports College Football, ABC Sports Indy Racing League.
In 1998, Doug founded BreakAway Games and has been the company's CEO since that time.
Last updated: Dec 28, 2008
- Douglas Whatley - 2004 Entrepreneur of the Year -- Press release announcing this achievement
- Breaking the Waves - Doug Whatley and Breakaway Games -- Interview with Doug on Gamasutra (Feb. 16, 2005)