|Kinect Star Wars (2012)||(Producer)|
|Disney Epic Mickey (2010)||(Producer)|
|ReCore (2016)||(Panic Button)|
|Disney Epic Mickey (2010)||(Featuring the Voice Talents of)|
|PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (2012)||(Special Thanks)|
|RWBY: Grimm Eclipse (2017)||(Panic Button)|
|Disney Infinity: 3.0 Edition - Starter Pack (2015)||(Panic Button)|
|Disney Infinity: Edition 2.0 - Marvel Super Heroes (2015)||(Panic Button)|
|Disney Infinity: Toy Box 2.0 (2015)||(Panic Button)|
|Rocket League (2015)||(Panic Button)|
|Disney Infinity (2013)||(Panic Button)|
Adam Creighton is the studio head for independent studio Panic Button in Austin, Texas (Rocket League, Hob, Disney Infinity, Astro Duel Deluxe, RWBY: Grimm Eclipse, ReCore, Octodad: Dadliest Catch, and more).
He began in the technology industry, serving as a software development and organizational leader at start-up companies and large corporations, where he was responsible for business development and managing large-budget local and worldwide software systems and engineering teams.
Joining middleware company Emergent Game Technologies (makers of the Gamebryo engine) in 2007, Adam served as a Senior Technical Product Manager, working with dozens of gaming developers and publishers to understand their tools pipeline and technology needs.
In 2009, Adam joined Junction Point (founded by Warren Spector, and acquired by Disney Interactive Studios). As a producer for the multi-award-winning Disney Epic Mickey, he was responsible for shepherding the Gameplay, AI, Animation, visual effects, and Internal Tools teams.
In 2011, Adam joined veteran-founded Panic Button as co-owner and Director of Development, responsible for Production Management, Business Development, Market Positioning, and Strategic Partnerships. He is the producer for all development and services projects for the company. Adam was the producer for a wholly created, internally developed flight mission modes for Kinect Star Wars.
In addition to making games, Adam is a professional voice and on-camera actor, appearing in such television shows as NBC drama Friday Night Lights and the award-winning independent film Bunny & Clydo.
Last updated: Aug 18, 2017