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Kevin Ryan

Game Credits

Design

The Incredible Machine: Even More Contraptions (2001)   (Additional Design)
Return of the Incredible Machine: Contraptions (2000)   (Contraption Design)
3-D Ultra Minigolf (1997)   (Co-Designer)
The Incredible Machine 2 (1994)   (Puzzle Makers)
The Incredible Machine (1994)   (Original Game Design)
The Incredible Toon Machine (1994)   (Puzzlomaniacs)
The Even More! Incredible Machine (1993)   (Designer)
Sid & Al's Incredible Toons (1993)   (Puzzlomaniacs)
The Incredible Machine (1992)   (Design)
David Wolf: Secret Agent (1989)   (Design)
F-14 Tomcat (1988)   (Design)
Skyfox II: The Cygnus Conflict (1987)   (Creators)
 

Programming/Engineering

Chain Reaction (2002)   (Programmers)
Marble Blast (2002)   (The Marble Blast Team)
The Incredible Machine: Even More Contraptions (2001)   (Parts Programmer)
Return of the Incredible Machine: Contraptions (2000)   (Parts Programmers)
3-D Ultra Minigolf (1997)   (Game Logic Programmer)
The Incredible Machine 2 (1994)   (Designer/Programmer)
The Even More! Incredible Machine (1993)   (Programmer)
The Incredible Machine (1992)   (Programming)
The Adventures of Willy Beamish (1991)   (S.D.E. Programming)
Heart of China (1991)   (DGDS System)
Rise of the Dragon (1990)   (Programming)
David Wolf: Secret Agent (1989)   (Programming)
F-14 Tomcat (1988)   (Programming)
Skyfox II: The Cygnus Conflict (1987)   (Creators)
Arcticfox (1986)   (Programmers)
 

Writers

David Wolf: Secret Agent (1989)   (Screenplay)
 

Audio

David Wolf: Secret Agent (1989)   (The Cast)
 

Thanks

3-D Ultra Pinball: Power! (1999)   (Special Thanks to)
The Incredible Toon Machine (1994)   (Special Thanks)
Sid & Al's Incredible Toons (1993)   (Special Thanks To)
 

Other

Marble Blast Ultra (2006)   (Development)
The Incredible Machine (1992)   (Puzzlomaniacs)
 


Developer Biography

One of the earlier developers for the Apple II computer, his first games, Zoo Master and Black Belt were published in 1983. He joined Dynamix as a partner in 1984 creating the C64 version of Sword of Kadash. Kevin programmed Arctic Fox which was the first original game for the Amiga computer and published by Electronic Arts in 1986.

Kevin has designed and programmed a large number of games for the Apple II, Commodore 64, Amiga, and MS-DOS/Windows computers. A few of his game titles are Arctic Fox, Skyfox II, F-14 Tomcat, Rise of the Dragon, The Incredible Machine, and 3D Ultra Minigolf.

His most recently completed games are Marble Blast and Chain Reaction both of which were published by Garage Games.

He graduated from the University of Oregon with a BS in Computer and Information Science in 1983, and lives in Shaver Lake, CA

Last updated: Oct 13, 2006