Rick Lucas

Game Credits


Noctropolis (1994)   (Product Manager)
PowerMonger (1994)   (Product Manager)
B.O.B. (1993)   (Product Manager)
Harley's Humongous Adventure (1993)   (Product Manager)
The Labyrinth of Time (1993)   (Product Manager)
Space Hulk (1993)   (Product Manager)
Grand Slam Bridge II (1992)   (Product Manager)
The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes (1992)   (Product Manager)


The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes (1992)   (Product Manager)

Developer Biography

Rick Lucas has dedicated much of his career to the development of tabletop, computer, console, and mobile games. After experience in hardware and software development that included partnering in a third-party capacity with Steve Jobs at NeXT, Mr. Lucas joined Electronic Arts in the early 1990's.

During his tenure with EA, Mr. Lucas managed the Role-Playing, Adventure, and Strategy game categories across multiple platforms worldwide, working with notable designers including Richard Garriott (aka Lord British), Peter Molyneux (Populous, Syndicate), and Gary Gygax (Dungeons & Dragons).

Mr. Lucas formed Lightplay in 2001, making the company one of the earliest mobile developers in North America. Mr. Lucas has been named as inventor or co-inventor on multiple patents related to software and tabletop game development.

Last updated: Apr 19, 2016