|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)|
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