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

Jason Wildblood

Game Credits

Design

Godai: Elemental Force (2002)   (Designers)
Army Men: Green Rogue (2001)   (Designers)
Army Men: Air Tactics (2000)   (Designers)
Army Men II (1999)   (Designers:)
 

Quality Assurance

Army Men (1998)   (Tester)
Heroes of Might and Magic II: Gold (1998)   (Playtesters)
Heroes of Might and Magic II: The Price of Loyalty (1997)   (Playtesters)
Uprising: Join or Die (1997)   (Testers)
Killing Time (1995)   (Testers)
 


Developer Biography

Jason Wildblood started his career in the video game industry in October of 1995 at the 3DO company in the test department. From 1995 – 1997 we was credited on a variety of 3rd party titles for the 3DO Opera. In early1997 he was promoted to Lead Quality Assurance Engineer and subsequently perform Lead QA tasks for the first Army Men PC title. In 1998 he moved to the Army Men PC design team and helped to design features and levels for Army Men 2 and Army Men: Toys in Space. In 2000 he was credited as the Lead Designer for Army Men: World War PC, and he then moved on to assist the design efforts for PS2 titles such as Army Men: Green Rogue and Godia Elemental Force. I don’t believe he was the Lead Designer on these titles because he was not credited as the Lead. Rumor has it that he did not want to take on the lead roll due to the short schedules.

Last updated: Oct 30, 2002