Michael Bremer

Also Known As

  • Michael Bremmer

Game Credits

Production

SimCity (1989)   (Testing)
 

Design

SimCity 2000: Network Edition (1996)   (Tutorials based on work by)
SimHealth (1994)   (Help Text and Tours)
SimCity (1989)   (Contributions to Design)
 

Writers

SimIsle: Missions in the Rainforest (1995)   (Script Editing (Maxis))
SimCity 2000 (1993)   (Written by)
SimFarm (1993)   (Text Editing)
SimCity Graphics Set 1: Ancient Cities (1990)   (Documentation & Text Messages)
 

Audio

Streets of SimCity (1997)   (Musicians)
 

Quality Assurance

SimEarth: The Living Planet (1990)   (Playtesting)
 

Localization

El-Fish (1993)   (Documentation)
 

Creative Services

Full Tilt! Pinball (1996)   (Documentation)
SimCity 2000: Network Edition (1996)   (Online Manual)
SimCopter (1996)   (Copy Editors)
SimTown (1995)   (Town Builder's Guide Written By)
SimCity 2000 Urban Renewal Kit (1994)   (Manual Written By)
SimCity Classic Graphics (1994)   (Documentation & On-Screen Text Messages)
SimHealth (1994)   (Manual Writing, Design and Layout)
SimTower: The Vertical Empire (1994)   (Copyediting)
SimCity 2000 (1993)   (Got sick of us moaning over his puns, so he sat down and put them in another fantastic manual (so now you too can moan over his puns))
SimCity: Enhanced CD-ROM (1993)   (Additional Documentation)
SimFarm (1993)   (Manual Editing)
Unnatural Selection (1993)   (Editors)
Rome: Pathway to Power (1992)   (US Documentation Update)
SimLife (1992)   (Documentation)
A-Train Construction Set (1991)   (Manual Editor)
SimAnt: The Electronic Ant Colony (1991)   (Documentation)
A-Train (1990)   (Documentation)
SimCity Graphics Set 1: Ancient Cities (1990)   (Documentation)
SimEarth: The Living Planet (1990)   (Documentation Design)
SimCity (1989)   (Documentation)
SimCity: Terrain Editor (1989)   (Documentation)
 

Thanks

The Sims: Mega Deluxe (2004)   (Special Thanks To)
The Sims: Deluxe Edition (2002)   (Special Thanks To)
The Sims (2000)   (Special Thanks To)
SimGolf (1996)   (Thanks to)
SimTunes (1996)   (Special Thanks)
SimTower: The Vertical Empire (1994)   (Special Thanks To)
A-Train Construction Set (1991)   (Special Thanks to)
SimAnt: The Electronic Ant Colony (1991)   (Special Thanks To)
A-Train (1990)   (Special Thanks To)
SimCity (1989)   (Special thanks to)
 


Developer Biography

Michael Bremer, also known as "Uncle Michael", is a strange, silly and sometimes annoying creator of children's stories and games. He is also a happy mountain climber who figures nobody else would do much with the chromatic scale.

Last updated: Oct 17, 2010