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Steve Cartwright

Game Credits

Production

PGA Tour Gold (1998)   (Producer)
Tiger Woods 99 PGA Tour Golf (1998)   (Producer)
PGA Tour Pro (1997)   (Producer)
PGA Tour 96 (1995)   (Producer)
PGA Tour Golf 486 (1994)   (Producer)
 

Design

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2000 (2000)   (Designers)
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2001 (2000)   (Design)
CyberTiger (1999)   (Director of Design)
Tiger Woods 99 PGA Tour Golf (1998)   (Design Director)
PGA Tour 96 (1995)   (Course Design)
NBA Live 95 (1994)   (Additional Design)
PGA Tour Golf 486 (1994)   (Design)
Les Manley in: Lost in L.A. (1991)   (Lead Design)
Les Manley in: Search for the King (1990)   (Lead Design)
Bar Games (1989)   (Pick-up Artist Design)
Fast Break (1988)   (Original Design)
Gee Bee Air Rally (1987)   (Designers)
Hacker II: The Doomsday Papers (1986)   (Program design and graphics by)
Hacker (1985)   (By)
Frostbite (1983)   (Design)
Plaque Attack (1983)   (Conceived and designed by)
Seaquest (1983)   (Conceived and designed by)
Megamania (1982)   (Conceived by)
 

Programming/Engineering

Altered Destiny (1990)   (Interpreter / Development System)
Les Manley in: Search for the King (1990)   (Adventure Programming Engine)
Aliens: The Computer Game (1986)   (Programmers)
Hacker (1985)   (By)
Frostbite (1983)   (Program)
Barnstorming (1982)   (Programmer)
 

Writers

Les Manley in: Lost in L.A. (1991)   (Story)
 

Video/Cinematics

Les Manley in: Lost in L.A. (1991)   (Video)
 

Quality Assurance

Les Manley in: Lost in L.A. (1991)   (Technology)
 

Thanks

Activision Hits Remixed (2006)   (An Incredibly Hugh Thanks To)
Activision Anthology (2002)   (An Incredibly Huge Thanks to)
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2002 (2002)   (Special Thanks)
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2001 (2000)   (Special Thanks)
PGA Tour 98 (1997)   (Special Thanks)
PGA European Tour (1994)   (Thanks to)
 

Other

Les Manley in: Search for the King (1990)   (Those Held Responsible)
 


Developer Biography

One of the many game designers who helped bring Activision into the spotlight in the early 1980's, Cartwright's work includes Barnstorming, Frostbite, MegaMania, Plaque Attack and SeaQuest, designed for the Atari VCS. For the Commodore 64 computer, he designed and produced a licensed home version of the movie Aliens, which was among the first games to sport digitized cutscenes. He followed those titles with Hacker and Hacker II.

He left Activision in the late 1980's and joined Accolade, where he worked on Fast Break, Search for the King, and Lost in L.A.. He joined Electronic Arts in 1992, where he worked on the NBA Live product line and PGA Tour games. In 2002, he returned to his roots by developing simple games for Glu Mobile.

More recently, Cartwright directed the design and development of Zoo World 2 on Facebook for Rockyou.

Last updated: Aug 27, 2013