Dominic Wood

Also Known As

  • Dom Wood

Game Credits

Production

Serious Sam (2004)   (Studio Director)
SpongeBob SquarePants: SuperSponge (2001)   (Producer)
Woody Woodpecker Racing (2000)   (Executive Producer)
Asteroids (1998)   (Produced by)
Scud: Industrial Evolution (1997)   (Associate Producer)
The Lion King (1994)   (Produced by)
 

Design

The Jungle Book (1994)   (Game Gear Design by)
The Lion King (1994)   (Game Designers)
Bram Stoker's Dracula (1993)   (Mapping)
Lazer Tag (1987)   (Designed by)
Kosmic Kanga (1984)   (Kosmic Kanga By)
 

Programming/Engineering

Scud: The Disposable Assassin (1997)   (Programming)
Saban's VR Troopers (1995)   (Program Code:)
Battletoads in Battlemaniacs (1994)   (Programmer)
The Jungle Book (1994)   (Programming)
The Lion King (1994)   (Programmed by)
Bram Stoker's Dracula (1993)   (Programmer)
Lemmings (1992)   (Program by)
RoboCop 3 (1992)   (Programmed by)
The Terminator (1992)   (Programmed by)
Project Future (1985)  
Kosmic Kanga (1984)   (By)
 

Creative Services

Asteroids (1998)   (Management)
 

Thanks

Asteroids Hyper 64 (1999)   (Special Thanks)
Bram Stoker's Dracula (1993)   (Special Thanks To)
 

Other

Asteroids (1998)   (Produced by)
 

Companies

Speed Kings (2003)   (Climax London)
 


Developer Biography

Dominic Wood is ideally to be considered as a video game veteran and is widely regarded at all time as being one of the original generations of early software game developers and computer game graphics designers who has technically worked on developing and also graphically designing with his own original video games whilst still at school in during the early 1980s. While during in their heyday, most of Dominic's originally developed and graphically designed games were also distributed via the national chains of WH Smiths and John Menzies.

As the games' stock market grew even more matured, Dominic then went on and concentrated more on programming and is also officially tagged as one of the most prolific game coders in the UK with over 70 SKUs on under his belt. As the second contractor at Probe Software, the UK's first video game developer and the breeding ground for the UK games entertainment industry, Dominic had also worked on alongside with many other game developers, who eventually and much later on became acclaimed video game industry veterans.

Syrox Developments, Ltd., which was also co-founded by Dominic in 1992, had developed a various succession of officially licensed games, while initially published and released on upon several handheld gaming system platforms, and then later on ported on to various console system platforms with such product highlights that include Disney's The Lion King and Disney's The Jungle Book as well as various Internet Multiplayer games by the SegaSoft's HEAT network and the million best-selling game title Asteroids by Activision as well as Woody Woodpecker Racing by Vivendi/Universal.

Dominic has since then on joined up with the Climax Group in 2001 and he also currently manages the London Studio.

Source: Selected articles from Climax Official Company Website - Corporate - Key Personnel

http://www.climax.co.uk/Corporate/Corporate.aspx?ArticleID=135

Last updated: Feb 01, 2016