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Steve Snyder

Game Credits

Production

Circuit's Edge (1990)   (Technical Assistance)
 

Design

Mario's Game Gallery (1995)   (Designers)
Toxic Crusaders (1992)   (Design Team)
Sea Speller (1984)   (Designers)
 

Art/Graphics

Shanghai: Second Dynasty (1999)   (Art Director)
Lode Runner 2 (1998)   (Art Director)
Shanghai: Dynasty (1997)   (Art Director)
Lode Runner On-Line: The Mad Monks' Revenge (1995)   (Art Director)
Mario's Game Gallery (1995)   (Computer Artists)
BreakThru! (1994)   (Art Director)
Lode Runner: The Legend Returns (1994)   (Art Director)
Jonny Quest: Curse of the Mayan Warriors (1993)   (Graphics by)
Batman Returns (1992)   (Additional Artwork by)
Contraption Zack (1992)   (Computer Artists)
Menacer 6-Game Cartridge (1992)   (Art)
SpellCraft: Aspects of Valor (1992)   (Art Consultation)
Sargon V: World Class Chess (1991)   (Artwork)
Die Hard (1990)   (C64 Artwork)
Shanghai II: Dragon's Eye (1990)   (Art Direction)
Deathtrack (1989)   (Art:)
Die Hard (1989)   (Graphics)
Ghostbusters II (1989)   (Art Director)
MechWarrior (1989)   (Graphics / Artwork)
The Games: Summer Edition (1988)   (Graphics by)
The Games: Winter Edition (1988)   (Graphic Artists)
NumberMaze (1988)   (Art by)
California Games (1987)   (IBM graphics by)
FaceOff! (1987)   (Art Director)
Sea Speller (1984)   (Artist)
 

Thanks

Rampage (1986)   (With many thanks to)
 


Developer Biography

Steve has a passion for entertaining and enlightening kids of all ages. Originally trained as an illustrator and designer, he has been creating computer games and interactive education products for kids since 1983, working with many of the leading software publishers, including Broderbund, Electronic Arts, SEGA of America, Activision and Lucas Arts. From 2001 until earlier 2008, Steve was the Creative Director of Production and Design for the award winning kids website SparkTop.org.

Last updated: Jul 19, 2008