Paul Ranson

Game Credits


Super All-Stars (1992)   (Just around and watched)


Formula Challenge (2005)   (Production)
International Golf Pro (2004)   (Head of Production)
Casino Challenge (2003)   (Head of Production and Technical Director)
Perfect Ace: Pro Tournament Tennis (2003)   (Head of Production)
Agassi Tennis Generation 2002 (2002)   (Head of Production)
Carmageddon (1999)   (Project Manager)
Crystal Kingdom Dizzy (1992)   (Producer)
Dizzy: Down the Rapids (1992)   (Director)
Murray Mouse: Supercop (1992)   (Director)
Stryker in the Crypts of Trogan (1992)   (Project Director)
Wild West Seymour (1992)   (Producer)
Wrestling Superstars (1992)   (Project Director)
CJ in the USA (1991)   (Project Director)
Dizzy: Prince of the Yolkfolk (1991)   (Project Director)
Dizzy's Excellent Adventures (1991)   (Project Director)
Mean Machine (1991)   (Project Director)
Micro Machines (1991)   (Project Manager)
Seymour Goes to Hollywood (1991)   (Project Director)
Super Seymour Saves the Planet (1991)   (Project director)
Magicland Dizzy (1990)   (Project Director)


Crystal Kingdom Dizzy (1992)   (Game Design)
The Quest of Agravain (1992)   (Director)
Wacky Darts (1987)   (Original Design by)
πr² (1987)   (Additional Material From)


Golden Balls (2008)   (A Game Developed by Slam Productions)
Margot's Word Brain (2008)   (Developers)
International Golf Pro (2004)   (Technical Director)
Perfect Ace: Pro Tournament Tennis (2003)   (Technical Director)
Agassi Tennis Generation 2002 (2002)   (Technical Director)
Motorbike Madness (1988)   (Program)
Bubble Ghost (1987)   (Conversion / Porting)
Glider Rider (1986)   (Program by)


Casino Challenge (2003)   (Graphics)
Tank Commander (1995)   (Image Editing)


Casino Challenge (2003)   (Character Voices)
Tank Commander (1995)   (Virtual Actors)

Creative Services

Tank Commander (1995)   (Manual)


Big Red Racing (1995)   (Support)
Wild West Seymour (1992)   (Ham Polo)


Army Men: Sarge's Heroes (1999)   (Special Thanks)
Gex: Enter the Gecko (1998)   (Special Thanks)
Steg the Slug (1992)   (Special Thanks)
Zub (1986)   (Thanks to)

Developer Biography

Founded Big Red Software in 1989.

Last updated: Dec 26, 2002