|Graeme J. Devine
Graeme Devine founded Trilobyte
in December 1990 with Rob Landeros
. He was lead programmer and conceived the original concept for the horror adventure games The 7th Guest
and the sequel The 11th Hour
In February 1999, he was hired by id Software
to produce Quake III: Arena
. His last project at id was Doom 3
In August 2003, he moved on to Ensemble Studios
until the company was closed down in September 2008.
In May 2009 it was announced he had joined Apple's
Also Known As
- id Software's Graeme Devine -- An interview between Inside Mac Games and Devine regarding his work at id Software and his perspective of the Mac as a gaming platform (August 9th, 2000).
- DOOM³: BFG Edition (2012), Bethesda Softworks LLC
- Halo Wars (2009), Microsoft Game Studios
- Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 (2008), Electronic Arts, Inc.
- Age of Empires III: The WarChiefs (2006), Microsoft Game Studios
- Age of Empires III (2005), Microsoft Game Studios
- DOOM³ (Limited Collector's Edition) (2005), Activision Publishing, Inc.
- DOOM³: Resurrection of Evil (2005), Activision Publishing, Inc.
- DOOM³ (2004), Activision Publishing, Inc.
- Call of Duty (2003), Activision Publishing, Inc.
- DOOM II (2002), Activision Publishing, Inc.
- Wolfenstein 3D (2002), BAM! Entertainment, Inc.
- Commander Keen (2001), Activision Publishing, Inc.
- Quake III: Revolution (2001), Electronic Arts, Inc.
- Quake III: Team Arena (2000), id Software, Inc.
- Kingpin: Life of Crime (1999), Interplay Entertainment Corp.
- Quake III: Arena (1999), Activision, Inc.
- Quake III: Arena (Elite Edition) (1999), Loki Entertainment Software, Inc.
- Clandestiny (1996), Electronic Arts, Inc.
- The 11th Hour (1995), Virgin Interactive Entertainment, Inc.
- The 7th Guest (1993), Virgin Games, Inc.
- Overlord (1990), Virgin Mastertronic Ltd.
- Silver Surfer (1990), Arcadia Systems, Inc.
- Spot (1990), Virgin Mastertronic International, Inc.
- Turbo Champions (1989), Mastertronic, Inc.
- J.R.R. Tolkien's War in Middle Earth (1988), Melbourne House
- Metropolis (1987), Mastertronic Ltd.
- Xcel (1986), Mastertronic Ltd.