C. Gordon Walton
Gordon Walton, a 1981 graduate of TAMU, wrote his first commercially released game in 1977. It was titled Trek-X and was for the Pet 2001. He co-founded Applied Computing (later called Digital Illusions) in 1984 with Don Gilman
His work includes many titles, such as Shard of Spring, Sub Battle, GATO, Reader Rabbit, PT-109, NFL Challenge, Harpoon, and The Playroom.
In 1989, Walton started working for other major gaming companies: Three-Sixty Pacific, GameTek, Konami, Kesmai, Alliance Interactive, Electronic Arts (Origin and Maxis), and Sony Online Entertainment.
Also Known As
- Gordon Walton Jr.
- Gordon Walton
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- Mass Effect (2012), Electronic Arts, Inc.
- Star Wars: The Old Republic (2011), Electronic Arts, Inc.
- Mass Effect (2007), Microsoft Game Studios
- Star Wars: Galaxies - The Total Experience (2005), LucasArts
- Star Wars: Galaxies - Jump to Lightspeed (2004), LucasArts
- The Sims (2003), Electronic Arts, Inc.
- The Sims: Online (2002), Electronic Arts, Inc.
- Ultima Online: Third Dawn (2001), Electronic Arts, Inc.
- Ultima Online: Renaissance (2000), Electronic Arts, Inc.
- Ultima IX: Ascension (1999), Electronic Arts, Inc.
- Air Warrior II (1997), Interactive Magic Ltd.
- Air Warrior III (1997), Interactive Magic Ltd.
- Harpoon Classic '97 (1996), Alliance Interactive, Inc., Interactive Magic Ltd.
- Harpoon Classic (1995), Renegade Software
- Empire Deluxe Scenarios (1993), New World Computing, Inc.
- Jeopardy! Deluxe Edition (1993), GameTek, Inc.
- Harpoon Challenger Pak (Limited Edition) (1991), Three-Sixty Pacific, Inc.
- Sands of Fire (1989), Three-Sixty Pacific, Inc.
- PT-109 (1987), Spectrum Holobyte, Inc.
- Sub Battle Simulator (1987), Epyx, Inc.
- Orbiter (1986), Spectrum Holobyte, Inc.
- Dungeon of Death (1979), Instant Software, Inc.