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Adam Lancman

Game Credits

Business

Grand Prix Challenge (2002)   (CEO AND MANAGING DIRECTOR)
Men in Black II: Alien Escape (2002)   (MANAGING DIRECTOR)
Le Mans 24 Hours (2000)   (Managing Director)
NBA Full Court Press (1996)   (Managing Director)
TransFormers (2004)   (CEO & Managing Director)
 

Production

Looney Tunes: Space Race (2000)   (Executive Producers)
KKND2: Krossfire (1998)   (Publishers)
Caesars Palace (1997)   (Executive Producers)
KKND: Krush Kill 'N Destroy (1997)   (Executive Producer)
KKND: Krush Kill 'n Destroy Xtreme (1997)   (Executive Producer)
Norse by Norse West: The Return of the Lost Vikings (1997)   (Executive Producer- Beam Software)
Cricket 96 (1996)   (Executive Producer)
Bug! (1995)   (Executive Producer)
Casino FunPak (1995)   (Producers)
The Dame Was Loaded (1995)   (Executive Producer)
Gex (1995)   (Executive Producer)
Jim Lee's WildC.A.T.S: Covert Action Teams (1995)   (Executive Producer)
Blades of Vengeance (1993)   (Producer (Beam Software))
Shadowrun (1993)   (Producers)
4-in-1 Fun Pak (1992)   (Producer)
George Foreman's KO Boxing (1992)   (Producers)
Nightshade (1992)   (Producer)
Bo Jackson Baseball (1991)   (Producer)
Smash T.V. (1990)   (Producer)
 

Design

Dethkarz (1998)   (Original Concept)
 

Programming/Engineering

Radical Rex (1994)   (Laserbeam Development Team)
The Hunt for Red October (1990)   (Developers)
 

Thanks

Sprint Cars: Road to Knoxville (2006)   (Special Thanks)
Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 3: Night of the Quinkan (2005)   (In memory of)
Unreal II: The Awakening (2003)   (Special Thanks)
Powerslide (1998)   (Thanks To)
Radical Rex (1994)   (Laserbeam Development Team)
 

Other

Smash T.V. (1990)   (Beam Staff)
 


Developer Biography

Adam had an accounting and finance background. He was a qualified accountant. Adam worked as an auditor with Deloitte Haskins and Sells and in treasury activities at Tricontinental prior to joining Beam in 1982 as its Financial Controller. There, Adam was primarily responsible for overseeing all sales, marketing and licensing activities of Beam Software Pty., Ltd., especially in the international markets. By spending three months of every year overseas representing Beam, Adam had established an extensive network of contacts throughout USA and Europe. In addition to his responsibilities at Beam, Adam was a member of the VIC 21 Multimedia Development Fund, an initiative of the Victorian Government.

Adam Lancman was President of the GDAA and he also became CEO / Managing Director of Infogrames Melbourne House Pty Ltd.. Lancman resigned from the Infogrames Board in April 2001, selling all of his shares. He passed away in March 2005.

Last updated: Apr 10, 2007