User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)

Andrew Mayer

Also Known As

  • Andy Mayer

Game Credits

Production

Connect Four Cities (2006)   (Producer)
Oasis (2005)   (Producer)
Spellagories (2005)   (Producers)
TriJinx: A Kristine Kross Mystery (2005)   (Producers)
 

Design

Connect Four Cities (2006)   (Multiplayer Design)
Egg vs. Chicken (2006)   (PlayFirst Design Team)
Plantasia (2006)   (Design Team)
Dogz: Your Computer Pet (1995)   (Conceptual Design)
Nanotank (1993)   (Game Design)
 

Thanks

Diner Dash: Flo on the Go (2006)   (Special Thanks)
Freedom Force (2002)   (Thanks To)
Catz II: Your Virtual Petz (1997)   (Special Thanks)
 

Other

Dogz: Your Computer Pet (1995)   (Brain Design)
 


Developer Biography

Andrew Mayer has more than fifteen years of experience in games and entertainment design, production and management, with background in both licensed and original content. Andrew graduated from College of Wooster in Ohio with a Bachelor's degree in English. Working for Imaginengine, he designed and produced the top-selling interactive toy, Tonka Power Tools, for Hasbro Interactive, and he designed and produced the best-selling title, "Doug's Big Game," for the Nintendo Game Boy Color platform.

From there, Andrew went to Cartoon Network, where he provided design and direction for more than 30 unique games based on the network's characters and licenses and was responsible for all creative concepts in the top-rated Games and Toonami sections of the Web site.

Venturing out of the video game space, at Atomic Arts Studios, Andrew served as the Chief Creative Officer, designing a complete miniatures/collectible card fantasy game, which was released as "HeroCard" in 2006.

Andrew then worked at Riverdeep-The Learning Company, where he played an integral role in the "Reader Rabbit" brand and DVD creation, developing the story and script for multiple episodes and developing concept and designs for integrated interactive games on the DVD platform. Andrew joined Pronto Games from PlayFirst, Inc. where he designed and produced several casual titles including TriJinx and Connect Four Cities.

Last updated: Feb 06, 2007