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David L. Gilbert

Also Known As

  • Dave Gilbert
  • David Gilbert

Game Credits

Business

Two of a Kind (2004)   (Team Leader)
 

Production

Resonance (2012)   (Producers)
Puzzle Bots (2010)   (Lead Producer)
 

Design

Emerald City Confidential (2009)   (Original Game Design)
Two of a Kind (2004)   (Designer)
 

Programming/Engineering

The Blackwell Deception (2011)   (Programmed by)
Puzzle Bots (2010)   (Lead Programmer)
The Blackwell Convergence (2009)   (Code by)
The Shivah (2006)   (Coding by)
The Blackwell Legacy (2006)   (Coding by)
Two of a Kind (2004)   (Coders)
A Better Mouse Trap (2003)   (Written by)
The Purity of the Surf (2003)   (Programmed by)
The Postman Only Dies Once (2001)   (By)
The Repossessor (2001)   (By)
 

Writers

Resonance (2012)   (Dialog Writing)
The Blackwell Deception (2011)   (Written by)
Emerald City Confidential (2009)   (Dialog)
The Blackwell Convergence (2009)   (Written by)
Blackwell Unbound (2007)   (Written by)
The Shivah (2006)   (Written by)
The Blackwell Legacy (2006)   (Written by)
Two of a Kind (2004)   (Writer)
Bestowers of Eternity (2003)   (Written by)
Mika's Surreal Dream II: The Dream Comes True!? (2003)   (Some dialog additions by)
The Purity of the Surf (2003)   (Written by)
 

Art/Graphics

Bestowers of Eternity (2003)   (Graphics by)
 

Audio

Primordia (2012)   (Additional Robots)
Resonance (2012)   (Sound Effects)
The Blackwell Deception (2011)   (Cast)
Gemini Rue (2011)   (Voice Directing)
Puzzle Bots (2010)   (Voice Cast)
Emerald City Confidential (2009)   (Voice Over Cast)
The Blackwell Convergence (2009)   (Voice Cast)
Ben Jordan: Paranormal Investigator Case 7 - The C... (2008)   (Voice Credits)
Blackwell Unbound (2007)   (Cast)
Ben Jordan: Paranormal Investigator Case 1 - In Se... (2006)   (Voice Credits)
The Shivah (2006)   (Voiceovers)
The Blackwell Legacy (2006)   (Voiceovers)
 

Quality Assurance

Jolly Rover (2010)   (Beta Testers)
Ben Jordan: Paranormal Investigator Case 1 - In Se... (2006)   (Beta Testing by)
Dead Man's Political Party (2003)   (Thanks for beta testing to)
Gatitos: The Paws of Fate (2003)   (Testing & Suggestions)
Shadows of RON (2003)   (Thanks also the the beta testers)
The Tapestry - Chapter 1: The Unraveling (2003)   (Playtesters)
The Tapestry - Chapter 2: Rend (2003)   (Playtesters)
Defender of RON (2002)   (Beta-testing)
The Tapestry - Prologue: The First Stitch (2002)   (Playtesters)
I Spy II (2001)   (Thanks for beta-testing must go to)
 

Localization

Mika's Surreal Dream II: The Dream Comes True!? (2003)   (Language correction by)
The Pet Shop Incident (2003)   (Help with Language)
 

Thanks

CreaVures (2011)   (Thanks to)
Jolly Rover (2010)   (Special Thanks)
Ben Jordan: Paranormal Investigator Case 7 - The C... (2008)   (Special Thanks to)
Jessica Plunkenstein and the Düsseldorf Consp... (2005)   (Reality-of-the-Norm Characters)
Easter in Reality on the Norm (2003)   (Thanks for help with language to)
The Tapestry - Chapter 1: The Unraveling (2003)   (Thanks for comments and extra coding to)
The Tapestry - Chapter 2: Rend (2003)   (Thanks to)
The Tapestry - Prologue: The First Stitch (2002)   (Thanks for additional coding assistance to)
 


Developer Biography

Dave Gilbert (writer/coder) is the founder of Wadjet Eye Games and has been interested in adventure games ever since 1986, when his mother made the mistake of buying him a copy of Wishbringer. Fifteen years later, he took his first dip into game creation in when he discovered the Reality on the Norm Project and wrote his first short game. Since then, he has authored over six successful freeware games, including 2004's award-winning Two of a Kind. In 2006, he released his first two commercial adventures with his company Wadjet Eye Games: The Shivah and The Blackwell Legacy. The Blackwell series was continued with the release of the prequel Blackwell Unbound in 2007.

After that he signed with PlayFirst, Inc. to develop a commercial adventure for them. That game became Emerald City Confidential, released in February 2009. It's a detective story loosely based on The Wizard of Oz and it is the first title he did not develop using the AGS engine.

Last updated: Feb 17, 2009