User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)

Richard Huddy

Game Credits

Programming/Engineering

The Magnetic Scrolls Collection (1991)   (Coding by)
Wonderland (1990)   (Programming by)
Fish (1988)   (Coding)
 

Art/Graphics

Max Payne (2001)   (Additional Models)
 

Support

Crysis (2007)   (AMD)
Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne (2003)  
AquaNox (2001)   (Support)
 

Thanks

Alan Wake (2012)   (Special Thanks)
Alan Wake (2010)   (For their contribution to the project)
Codename: Panzers - Phase One (2004)   (Special Thanks from Stormregion)
Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne (2003)   (Thanks)
SpellForce: The Order of Dawn (2003)   (Special Thanks to)
Arx Fatalis (2002)   (Special Thanks)
Hostile Waters: Antaeus Rising (2001)   (Special Thanks To)
LEGO Creator: Knights' Kingdom (2001)   (Special Thanks go to)
Magic & Mayhem: The Art of Magic (2001)   (Special Thanks To)
Max Payne (2001)   (Thanks)
Dogs of War (2000)   (Special thanks to)
Edgar Torronteras' eXtreme Biker (1999)   (Special Thanks To...)
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear (1999)   (Special Thanks)
Enemy Engaged: Apache/Havoc (1998)   (Special Thanks To)
Millennium Soldier: Expendable (1998)   (Heartfelt Thanks To)
 

Other

Supreme Commander 2 (2010)   (Team)
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter 2 (2007)   (For ATI)
 


Developer Biography

Richard Huddy was born in 1959 in Laarbruch, West Germany.

He has worked for StateSoft, Magnetic Scrolls, Canon Research (1992 to 1994),The Multimedia Corporation (1994 to 1996), 3DLabs (1996 to 1998), NVIDIA (1998 to 2002), ATI (2002 to 2006), AMD (2006 to 2011) and Intel (2011 to date).

He is also managing director of The Code Mafia, a contracting service to the games industry.

He lives in England with plenty of fish in his pond.

Last updated: Aug 29, 2013