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Brian Ewoldt

Game Credits

Business

Leadfoot: Stadium Off-Road Racing (2001)   (Infogrames)
Dirt Track Racing: Sprint Cars (2000)   (Product Coordinator)
 

Production

Hot Dish (2008)   (Production)
Sprint Cars 2: Showdown at Eldora (2008)   (Production)
18 Wheels of Steel: American Long Haul (2007)   (Production)
Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? (2007)   (Production)
Dr. Daisy: Pet Vet (2007)   (Production)
Ride! Carnival Tycoon (2007)   (Producer)
18 Wheels of Steel: Haulin' (2006)   (Production)
Sprint Cars: Road to Knoxville (2006)   (Production)
18 Wheels of Steel: Convoy (2005)   (Production)
Country Justice: Revenge of the Rednecks (2005)   (Producer)
NHRA Championship Drag Racing (2005)   (Production)
Tabloid Tycoon (2005)   (Senior Producer)
Hot Rod: Garage to Glory (2004)   (Senior Producer)
18 Wheels of Steel: Across America (2003)   (Production)
Construction Destruction (2003)   (Senior Producer)
Hot Rod: American Street Drag (2003)   (Senior Producer)
Deer Hunter 2003 (2002)   (Senior Producer)
Dirt Track Racing 2 (2002)   (Senior Producer)
Driver 2 Advance (2002)   (Producer)
Dirt Track Racing (1999)   (Producer (Wizardworks))
 

Audio

Dirt Track Racing (1999)   (Engine Sound Recordings)
 

Quality Assurance

Deadly Dozen: Pacific Theater (2002)   (QA Testers)
Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game (2002)   (Game Testers - Plymouth, MN)
Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku (2002)   (Game Tester)
Trophy Hunter 2003 (2002)   (Testers)
Deadly Dozen (2001)   (Gameplay Testing)
Bird Hunter: Wild Wings Edition (2000)   (Gameplay and Beta Testers)
Buckmasters Deer Hunting (2000)   (Gameplay and Beta Testers)
Dirt Track Racing: Sprint Cars (2000)   (Quality Assurance Testing)
High Impact Paintball (2000)   (Testing)
Chasm: The Rift (1997)   (Testing)
Damage Incorporated (1997)   (Quality Assurance)
 

Thanks

Ultimate Mahjongg 15 (2007)   (Special Thanks)
NHRA Championship Drag Racing (2005)   (Special thanks)
Ultimate Mahjongg 5 (2004)   (Special Thanks)
 


Developer Biography

Brian Ewoldt started working for WizardWorks in 1995 stayed there through the name changes with GT Interactive and then Infogrames that later became Atari.

He was a producer from March of 1996 and until he left as a Senior Producer. He worked on many titles during his stay at Atari including World of Outlaws PS2/PC, Driver 2 Advanced for GBA, many of the Deer Hunter products and worked in the background for Dragon Ball Z.

He left Atari in August of 2002 for ValuSoft, where he was a Senior Producer working PS2, PSP and PC titles. He also did the ESRB submissions for all products from ValuSoft as well as handles the tech side of ValuSoft ED sales.

Last updated: May 16, 2012