User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.

Richard S. Levine

Also Known As

  • Richard Levine
  • Rick Levine

Game Credits

Design

Motocross (1983)   (Design)
Microsurgeon (1982)   (Design)
 

Programming/Engineering

It Came from the Desert II (1990)   (Scripting Tools)
It Came from the Desert (1989)   (Scripting Tools)
Truckin' (1983)   (Program by)
Microsurgeon (1982)   (Program)
PBA Bowling (1980)   (Programmers)
 

Art/Graphics

Motocross (1983)   (Graphics)
 

Thanks

Intellivision Rocks (2001)  
 


Developer Biography

Rick Levine is best known for his Imagic Intellivision game, Microsurgeon. It is considered one of the first video games related to health. For RCA Laboratories, he lead the programming of Palenque, one of the earliest interactive motion video games for CD-ROM. While at Digital Pictures, he programmed the Windows 95 version of Double Switch, one of the first DirectX games.

Mr. Levine recently worked at Microsoft Corporation as a senior software engineer in the Windows and Games divisions. He holds a B.A. in Mathematics from UCLA and a B.S. in Computer Science from UC Irvine.

Last updated: May 15, 2009