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

Richard Darling

Game Credits

Business

Micro Machines (1991)   (Codemasters)
 

Production

Micro Machines: Military (1996)   (Project Management By)
Micro Machines: Turbo Tournament 96 (1995)   (Project Management by)
Micro Machines 2: Turbo Tournament (1994)   (Project Manager)
International Rugby Simulator (1988)   (Project Director)
Rock Star Ate My Hamster (1988)   (Produced by)
 

Design

Micro Machines V4 (2006)   (Creative Director)
TOCA Touring Car Championship (1997)   (Prototyping)
Super Skidmarks (1995)   (Development Director)
4 Soccer Simulators (1988)   (Game Design)
Rock Star Ate My Hamster (1988)   (Directed by)
BMX Simulator (1986)   (Concept and original program)
Chiller (1985)   (Designed by)
Master of Magic (1985)   (Original game by)
 

Programming/Engineering

BMX Simulator (1986)   (By)
Terra Cognita (1986)   (By)
BMX Trials (1985)   (coder)
Master of Magic (1985)   (Programmed by)
Spellbound (1985)   (By)
Dark Star (1984)   (Programmed by)
Magic Carpet (1984)   (Programmed by)
Space Walk (1984)   (Programmed by)
 

Audio

BMX Trials (1985)   (composer)
 

Other

TOCA: World Touring Cars (2003)   (For Codemasters)
Colin McRae Rally (1998)   (In alphabetical order)
TOCA 2: Touring Car Challenge (1998)   (In alphabetical order:)
 


Developer Biography

Richard Darling and his brother David set up their first games company in 1982, Galactic Software.

In 1984 they received the Programmers of the Year Award from Commodore. In 1986 they started Codemasters with their father Jim.

Last updated: May 29, 2003