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Rob Mann

Game Credits

Design

Classic British Motor Racing (2006)   (Additional Design)
 

Programming/Engineering

GRID (2008)   (Programmers)
The Sims 2: Apartment Pets (2008)   (Engineers )
DiRT (2007)   (Programmers)
Off-Road Redneck Racing (2001)   (Programmers)
Savage Arena (1999)   (Programming)
DBZ: Dead Ball Zone (1998)   (Programming)
Trash It (1997)   (Lead Programmer)
Joe & Mac: Caveman Ninja (1991)   (Programmer (uncredited))
 

Art/Graphics

Microsoft International Soccer 2000 (1999)   (Team & Player Editor)
Joe & Mac: Caveman Ninja (1991)   (Art)
 

Audio

Off-Road Redneck Racing (2001)   (Audio Programming)
Striker Pro 2000 (1999)   (Audio Programming)
Pinkie (1994)   (Audio Programming)
The Adventures of Dr. Franken (1993)   (Sound Effects)
Joe & Mac: Caveman Ninja (1991)   (Audio engineer)
 

Thanks

Hostile Waters: Antaeus Rising (2001)   (Special Thanks To)
 


Developer Biography

Before Rob Mann decided to become a games developer, he was one of the most prolific (and as a result feared) caveman ninjas the world had ever seen. His experience as a caveman ninja would later become the inspiration for his first game. However life as a caveman ninja was primitive and not to Rob's liking and so, out of sheer boredom, he became a pirate, sailing the high seas and occasionally partaking in some looting and pillaging. Those were indeed heady days for the young Mr. Mann.

After an illustrious career in pirating Rob finally decided to become a games programmer, and is as of 2007 an OSD God. He currently develops games in the UK and because this takes up almost all of his time, he only occasionally gets to do any looting and pillaging.

Last updated: Sep 26, 2007