|All-Star Baseball 2004 (2003)||(Producer)|
|All-Star Baseball 2002 (2001)||(Lead Programmer)|
|Tony La Russa Baseball 4 (1997)||(Screen Programming)|
|Andretti Racing (1997)||(Additional Pit Crew Commentary)|
|NASCAR 98 (1997)||(Additional Pit Crew Commentary)|
|NBA (2005)||(Simulation Library)|
P. J. Snavely co-founded Rock Ridge Games in 2009 and he is currently the company's Vice President of Product Development.
Until April 2009 he was the director of product management at the Empire Interactive division in Austin (USA), which was first announced on 6th May 2008.
Prior to joining Empire Interactive, Snavely spent five years at Sony Computer Entertainment America as a senior producer working on games like NBA PSP and High Velocity Bowling. He was also involved with the Tony La Russa Baseball and NBA Shootout franchises.
Prior to Sony, he worked for Acclaim Studios Austin as a Programmer and Producer and Stormfront Studios as a Programmer.
He graduated in 1996 from the University of South Carolina with a B.S. degree in Computer Engineering.
Last updated: Dec 09, 2009