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Rob Fulop

Game Credits

Production

Ballz 3D: Fighting at its Ballziest (1994)   (Executive Producers)
PaTaank (1994)   (Executive Producers)
3rd Degree (1992)   (Producer)
 

Design

Babyz: Your Virtual Bundle of Joy (1999)   (Design Consultant)
Catz II: Your Virtual Petz (1997)   (Creative Director, Conceptual Design)
Dogz: Your Computer Pet (1995)   (Conceptual Design)
3rd Degree (1992)   (Concept by)
Night Trap (1992)   (Interactive Designer)
Sewer Shark (1992)   (Original Concept)
Actionauts (1986)   (Created by)
Demon Attack (1982)   (Designer)
 

Programming/Engineering

Actionauts (1986)   (Program design)
Fathom (1983)   (Programmer)
Cosmic Ark (1982)   (Programmer)
Cubicolor (1982)   (By)
Missile Command (1980)   (Programmer)
Space Invaders (1978)   (Programmer)
Night Driver (1976)   (Programmer)
 

Creative Services

Actionauts (1986)   (Box by)
 

Thanks

Dogz 2: Your Virtual Petz (1997)  
Ballz: The Director's Cut (1995)   (Special thanks to)
 

Other

Dogz: Your Computer Pet (1995)   (Inspiration)
 


Developer Biography

Rob Fulop was one of the video game pioneers, working on Atari titles in the early 1980s. He was also a member of the all-star development team brought together to work on games for the eventually cancelled NEMO console with VHS tapes, and that led to his involvement with the games Sewer Shark and Night Trap, both based on full-motion video. In 1991 he set up the company PF Magic that was the first to introduce the concept of virtual pets for people to care for, with the release of Dogz: Your Computer Pet in 1995. It formed the start of a long-running line of Petz series.

Currently he works as a consultant for various video game companies.

Last updated: Aug 13, 2010