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

Craig Holland

Game Credits

Production

Victorian Mysteries: Woman in White (2010)   (Chief Creative Officer)
Etch A Sketch (2008)   (Production)
Letter Lab (2008)   (Production)
Concentration (2007)   (Executive Producers)
 

Design

Real Detectives: Murder in Miami (2010)   (Design)
Unsolved Mystery Club: Amelia Earhart (2010)   (Design)
Victorian Mysteries: Woman in White (2010)   (Design)
The Conjurer (2009)   (Design)
Mystery Masterpiece: The Moonstone (2009)   (Design)
Can You See What I See? Curfuffle's Collectibles (2008)   (Design & Production)
Etch A Sketch (2008)   (Design)
 

Writers

Real Detectives: Murder in Miami (2010)   (Story)
Unsolved Mystery Club: Amelia Earhart (2010)   (Story)
Victorian Mysteries: Woman in White (2010)   (Story)
The Conjurer (2009)   (Writers)
Mystery Masterpiece: The Moonstone (2009)   (Writers)
 

Audio

Unsolved Mystery Club: Amelia Earhart (2010)   (Sound Design)
Victorian Mysteries: Woman in White (2010)   (Sound Design)
The Conjurer (2009)   (Sound Editing)
 


Developer Biography

Craig Holland is CEO of Freeze Tag, a casual game developer and publisher. He serves as writer and designer on most of the titles Freeze Tag creates. Titles include: Can You See What I See? Curfuffle's Collectibles, Can You See What I See? Dream Machine, Etch A Sketch, Letter Lab, Concentration, Nertz Solitaire, and Xango Tango.

Previously, he was CEO of Thumbworks, a mobile game developer from 2002 to 2005, before the company was sold to In-Fusio, a French mobile game publisher.

Last updated: Apr 01, 2009