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Phill Simon

Game Credits

Production

Bad Mojo Redux (2004)   (Produced by)
Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Operation Resurrection (2003)   (Executive Producer)
Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Tides of War (2003)   (Executive Producer)
Red Faction II (2002)   (Executive Producer)
Space Bunnies Must Die! (1998)   (Co-Producer)
Bad Mojo (1996)   (Produced by)
 

Design

Space Bunnies Must Die! (1998)   (Director)
Bad Mojo (1996)   (Story, Characters and Game Design)
 

Writers

Bad Mojo Redux (2004)   (Story, Characters, and Game Design)
 

Art/Graphics

Beach Head 2002 (2002)   (Soldier sprites)
Tiger Hunt (2002)   (Movie Sprites)
Space Bunnies Must Die! (1998)   (Opening/Closing Sequences)
The Residents' Bad Day on the Midway (1995)   (Additional 3D Modelling)
Hell Cab (1993)   (3D Modeling)
 

Video/Cinematics

Panzer Killer! (2007)   (Video Production)
Tiger Hunt (2002)   (Video Production)
Hell Cab (1993)   (Starring)
 

Other

Iron Helix (1993)   (Undetermined)
 


Developer Biography

Mr. Simon has been producing interactive content, games, animation and multimedia for many years. His involvement with innovative, top-selling and critically successful products makes him one of the true pioneers of interactive entertainment.

In his role as creative director of Mondo Studios, Phill was in charge of overseeing all creative and technical aspects of business development and production.

Prior to Mondo Studios, Phill was the executive producer for Mondo Media’s production group from 2001 through 2004, where he managed the animation and producer’s group that created digital animation projects for some of the most successful games of the last few years, including: Electronic Arts’ James Bond: Everything or Nothing, The Lord of the Rings: Two Towers, Command and Conquer: Generals, Maxis’ The Sims 2 and Microsoft’s Age of Empires as well as numerous 2D animated projects for Yahoo, TiVO, LeapFrog, VH-1, Direct TV and Cisco Systems.

Before joining Mondo, Phill teamed up with Vinny Carella to co-found the company Jinx, Inc. based in San Francisco, California. He was also a product manager for several award-winning multimedia applications at Macromedia.

He is a graduate of The New York Institute of Technology.

Last updated: Jul 13, 2009