User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.

Mike Gingerich

Game Credits

Production

SimCity Societies (2007)   (Programming Director)
 

Programming/Engineering

Making History II: The War of the World (2010)   (Programming)
Mosby's Confederacy (2008)   (Programming)
SimCity Societies: Destinations (2008)   (Programming Director)
Caesar IV (2006)   (Lead Programmer)
Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile (2004)   (Lead Programmer)
Poseidon: Zeus Official Expansion (2001)   (Director of Technology)
Zeus: Master of Olympus (2000)   (Technical Director)
Pharaoh (1999)   (Directory of Technology)
Lords of Magic (Special Edition) (1998)   (Lead Programming)
Lords of Magic (1997)   (Lead Programming)
The Rise & Rule of Ancient Empires (1996)   (Programming)
 

Other

Hinterland (2008)   (Lead Goblin Charmer)
 


Developer Biography

Mike got his first computer 23 years ago and has been programming games ever since. While teaching himself how to program, Mike made lots of games (that no one but he has ever played), and repaired Atari video games and computers to earn money. When Mike finally decided to give up his ordinary job and work full time making games, he joined Impressions, where he worked for 6 and a half years, on a variety of published titles. Most notable for him was Lords of Magic, and the Special Edition, his “labors of love.” Mike’s discipline, intensity, and rigorous approach to his craft make him the perfect cornerstone for the Tilted Mill programming team.

Mike’s published games include:



Source: Tilted mill company page.

Last updated: Feb 05, 2005