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Micah Linton

Game Credits

Design

True Crime: New York City (2005)   (City Design Lead)
True Crime: Streets of LA (2003)   (City Design)
Vigilante 8: 2nd Offense (1999)   (Luxoflux Corp.)
Small Soldiers (1998)   (Background Lead)
 

Programming/Engineering

Medal of Honor (1999)   (Geometry Team)
 

Writers

True Crime: Streets of LA (2003)   (Original Concept/Screenplay)
 

Art/Graphics

Medal of Honor / Medal of Honor: Underground (2002)   (Additional 3D Art)
Medal of Honor: Underground (2000)   (Additional 3D Art)
Medal of Honor (1999)   (Artists)
Chaos Island: The Lost World - Jurassic Park (1997)   (CG Animators)
The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)   (3D Backgrounds)
The Space Bar (1997)   (Graphic Realization)
 

Companies

Star Wars: Demolition (2000)   (Designed & Developed by Luxoflux Corp.)
 


Developer Biography

Micah Linton is an artist, author and designer previously in the video game industry for ten years where he created hit video games for Activision, Electronic Arts, Dreamworks Interactive, among other publishers.

Credits include writing the original concept and screenplay for True Crime, selling over 7 million units worldwide as well as art and design on many other hit titles including the Medal of Honor series. He most recent creation, The Weebeasts, is a top selling children’s book series.

Last updated: Sep 29, 2008