Become a Patron to help us improve MobyGames!

Gary Carr

Game Credits

Business

Fable Heroes (2012)   (Studio Management)
The Movies (2005)   (Head of Studio)
 

Production

The Movies (Premiere Edition) (2005)   (Head of Studio)
 

Design

Fable: The Journey (2012)   (Creative Director)
 

Programming/Engineering

Theme Hospital (1997)   (Programming)
 

Art/Graphics

Blade II (2002)   (Art)
Startopia (2001)   (Colouring In)
Urban Chaos (1999)   (Art)
Theme Hospital (1997)   (Graphics / Artwork)
Hi-Octane (1995)   (Graphics)
Populous II: Trials of the Olympian Gods (1991)   (Game Graphics:)
Powermonger: World War 1 Edition (1991)   (Data Disk Graphics by)
Warlock: The Avenger (1991)   (Graphics)
PowerMonger (1990)   (Graphics)
Rimrunner (1988)   (Graphics by)
Death Sword (1987)   (Assistant Artist)
 

Audio

The Movies: Stunts & Effects (2006)   (Head of Audio)
 

Quality Assurance

Urban Chaos (1999)   (Further Testing)
Populous II: Trials of the Olympian Gods (1991)   (Bullfrog Testing)
 

Thanks

Fable III (2010)   (Special Thanks to)
Dungeon Keeper (1997)   (Thanks )
Genewars (1996)   (Thanks to)
Syndicate Wars (1996)   (Everyone else at Bullfrog)
Magic Carpet (1994)   (Thanks to (in alphabetical order))
 

Other

Urban Chaos (1999)   (Mucky Foot are)
 


Developer Biography

Gary is one of the most talented and experienced artists in the computer games industry. His involvement with computer games began at Palace Software, where he worked on numerous projects including the hit title Barbarian. He joined Bullfrog Productions in 1989 and was lead artist on Powermonger and Populous 2 also working on Theme Park. He then left Bullfrog to work with The Bitmap Brothers where he was lead artist on the Chaos Engine franchise. However in 1995, he rejoined Bullfrog and was head designer/lead artist on the smash hit, Theme Hospital. Prior to joining Mucky Foot, Gary was working as a project leader at Bullfrog. Gary describes his interests as "lad culturesque" and these include football, cricket, alcohol and punk rock. He loves dodgy British Sports Cars at the moment he drives a mini cooper, MG Midget and a Saab.

Source: Selected articles from Mucky Foot Productions Official Company Website - Info - Individual People - Gary Carr

http://www.muckyfoot.com/people/whoareyou/carrgary.html

Last updated: Jul 09, 2003