Solomon's Key for the NES was released in Japan on this day in 1986.

Eric Caen

Game Credits

Business

Galactic Conqueror (1988)   (Management)
 

Production

RoboCop (2003)   (Executive Producers)
Hands of Time (2001)   (Executive Producers)
Top Gun: Firestorm (2001)   (Executive Producers)
Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (2000)   (Executive Producers)
Kao the Kangaroo (2000)   (Executive producers)
Incredible Crisis (1999)   (EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS)
Roadsters (1999)   (Executive Producers)
Superman (1999)   (Producer)
Xena: Warrior Princess - The Talisman of Fate (1999)   (Executive Producers (Titus))
Quest for Camelot (1998)   (Producer)
Virtual Chess 2 (1997)   (Producer)
Prehistorik Man (1995)   (Executive Producer)
Virtual Chess (1995)   (Producer)
Lamborghini: American Challenge (1992)   (Executive Producers)
 

Design

Quest for Camelot (1998)   (Designer)
Lamborghini: American Challenge (1992)   (Game Design)
F40 Pursuit Simulator (1988)   (Développé par (developed by))
Crazy Cars (1987)   (Designed by)
 

Programming/Engineering

Prehistorik Man (1995)   (Graphic Sourcing Tools)
The Blues Brothers: Jukebox Adventure (1993)   (Hardware Prog)
Dark Century (1990)   (Protection)
F40 Pursuit Simulator (1988)   (Graphics / 3D Programming)
Crazy Cars (1987)   (PC Version by)
 

Audio

Prehistorik Man (1995)   (MIDI Conversion)
 

Support

Lamborghini: American Challenge (1992)   (Tech Engineers)
 

Thanks

Prince of Persia 2: The Shadow & The Flame (1993)   (Special Thanks To (Titus))
F40 Pursuit Simulator (1988)   (Remerciements (Thanks to))
 

Other

The Blues Brothers (1991)   (Band)
F40 Pursuit Simulator (1988)   (Undetermined)
Titan (1988)   (Undetermined)
 


Developer Biography

Eric Caen has served as a member of the Board of Directors of Interplay since November 1999. He is Interplay's President since October 2009.

Mr. Caen was CEO of Glowria SA in Paris, a leading online DVD rental service, from May 2007 to June 2008. He served as a Director and as President of Titus Interactive SA from 1985 to January 2005, which he co-founded.

Eric developed, designed and produced over 100 games in its 25 years career, that sold over 20 million units combined.

Last updated: Mar 13, 2010