Also Known As
- Mike Nelson
|Timelapse (1996)||(Special Thanks To)|
|Titanic: Adventure Out of Time (1996)||(Corporate Thanks)|
|Silent Steel (1995)||(Special Thanks to)|
|Zone Raiders (1995)||(Special Thanks To)|
|National Lampoon's Chess Maniac 5 Billion and 1 (1993)||(Special Thanks To)|
|Falcon 3.0 (1991)||(Special Thanks)|
|Super Tetris (1991)||(Special Thanks To)|
|Spectre VR (1993)||(The Team That Made It Happen)|
|Falcon 3.0: Operation: Fighting Tiger (1992)||(Special Thanks to)|
Michael has deep marketing and general management credentials in both consumer products and electronic entertainment. He was President/COO of Hasbro/Microprose during its major growth phase, before its sale to Hasbro Toys. He was responsible for building the Tetris brand line, with over 45 million units being sold globally during its long life. He also launched Falcon 3.0, the best selling flight simulation of all time, as well as growing the Star Trek Next Generation franchise.
Prior to Microprose, he was President of Velocity, best known for its action simulation, Jetfighter, and the first successful multi-player network game, Spectre. At GTE Entertainment he introduced two of the most successful graphic adventures titles in the PC industry, Timelapse and Titanic, as well as the highly acclaimed and innovative NCAA Basketball.
Prior to the game industry, Michael held senior marketing positions with Fortune 100 packaged goods companies including the Clorox Company and Mars Inc. He received his MBA from the University of California, Berkeley.
Last updated: Mar 01, 2006