Solomon's Key for the NES was released in Japan on this day in 1986.

Greg Johnson

Game Credits

Design

ToeJam & Earl III: Mission to Earth (2002)   (Lead Designer)
ToeJam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron (1993)   (Level Design)
Star Control II (1992)   (Additional Design)
ToeJam & Earl (1991)   (Game Design)
Star Control (1990)   (Design)
Starflight 2: Trade Routes of the Cloud Nebula (1989)   (Original Concept)
Caveman Ugh-Lympics (1988)   (Game Design)
F/A-18 Interceptor (1988)   (Graphic Design)
Starflight (1986)   (Design)
 

Programming/Engineering

Caveman Ugh-Lympics (1988)   (Graphics & Animation)
Starflight (1986)   (Programming)
 

Writers

Star Control II (1992)   (Writing / Dialogue / Story)
 

Art/Graphics

ToeJam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron (1993)   (Characters)
Menacer 6-Game Cartridge (1992)   (Art)
Star Control II (1992)   (Graphics / Artwork)
ToeJam & Earl (1991)   (Artwork)
Star Control (1990)   (Additional Graphics / Artwork)
Starflight 2: Trade Routes of the Cloud Nebula (1989)   (Graphics / Artwork)
Swords of Twilight (1989)   (Graphics)
Caveman Ugh-Lympics (1988)   (Graphics)
Return to Atlantis (1988)   (Software Graphics)
Starflight (1986)   (Graphics)
Stuart Smith's Adventure Construction Set (1985)   (Graphic Arts)
 

Audio

ToeJam & Earl III: Mission to Earth (2002)   (Other Character Voices)
 

Creative Services

Starflight 2: Trade Routes of the Cloud Nebula (1989)   (Documentation)
 

Thanks

Disney's 102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue (2000)   (Crystal Special Thanks)
The Horde (1994)   (Special Thanks To)
Star Control II (1992)   (Special Thanks To)
JetFighter: The Adventure (1988)   (Special Thanks To)
 


Developer Biography

Greg Johnson is a North American game designer. He was part of Binary Systems, a team that designed his first title, Starflight. Throughout 1998 and 1999, Greg served as Creative Director for ePlanet, Inc.. Greg designed several products for EP, including their flagship product, Freeblenux. He worked together with Mark Voorsanger, with whom he founded ToeJam & Earl Productions.

Greg has spoken on computer game and interface design, both at the Computer Game Developer's Conference and at Stanford University. He speaks Japanese and Thai almost fluently, and enjoys writing children's stories as well as designing and playing board games. He received his bachelor's degree in Bio-Linguistics from the University of California, San Diego.

Last updated: Aug 22, 2013