Matthew Sarconi

Also Known As

  • Matt Sarconi

Game Credits


Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2001 (2001)   (Artists)
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2000 (2000)   (Course Artists)
CyberTiger (1999)   (Course Artists)
Road Rash 3-D (1998)   (Artists)
Tiger Woods 99 PGA Tour Golf (1998)   (Course Design)
Road Rash (1995)   (Graphics)
Road Rash (1994)   (Graphics)
Road Rash II (1992)   (Art)
Galaxy 5000 (1991)   (Art by)
SimAnt: The Electronic Ant Colony (1991)   (Graphics (Amiga & IBM))
Shanghai II: Dragon's Eye (1990)   (Art by)
Starflight (1989)   (Graphics)
4x4 Off-Road Racing (1988)   (Artwork)
The Games: Summer Edition (1988)   (Graphics by)
The Games: Winter Edition (1988)   (Graphic Artists)
Crime and Punishment (1984)   (Graphics designed by)
Dragonfire (1984)   (Artwork)


Road Rash II (1992)   (Special Thanks)
Ultimate Air Combat (1992)   (Special thanks to (in alphabetical order))

Developer Biography

Matt Sarconi began his unexpected games career right out of college, joining the art staff at Imagic in Los Gatos, California in 1983. Imagic was the second video game company founded in the U.S., and the first to use trained artists to create the game art. In 1985 he became a full-time, in-house contractor for Electronic Arts in San Mateo. He worked at Bally Sente in 1987 to help make MoonQuake before joining the art staff at Epyx, and then Activision / MediaGenic in 1989. He then spend a couple of years working as a free-lancer for companies such as the Learning Company and LucasArts before returning to Electronic Arts in 1992 where he stayed until 2001 when he left the industry for good. Wanting to get away from electronica, he went on to obtain a patent for his invention of a battery-free, non-digital game system and founded Twisterz Toys, which made language arts learning toys for children aged 4 and up. He sold the company in 2012.

Last updated: Sep 05, 2016