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Jeff Pomegranate

Also Known As

  • J.J. Pomegranate

Game Credits

Business

Wendy: Every Witch Way (2001)   (Assistant Managers)
 

Production

DuckTales: Remastered (2013)   (Producer)
Double Dragon Neon (2012)   (Producer)
Mighty Switch Force! (2011)   (Project Managers)
Galactic Taz Ball (2010)   (Producer)
Where the Wild Things Are (2009)   (PRODUCED BY)
Space Chimps (2008)   (Producer)
Pacific Gunner (2002)   (Producer)
The Scorpion King: Sword of Osiris (2002)   (Assistant Producer)
 

Audio

A Boy and His Blob (2009)   (Voice Acting)
Pacific Gunner (2002)   (Voice Talent)
 

Thanks

Shantae (2002)   (Special Thanks)
 

Other

A Boy and His Blob (2009)   (Contributors)
 


Developer Biography

Jeff Pomegranate went from being a 2 sport letterman and SGA officer in 1986 to a shiftless roustabout who worked a fishing season in Alaska before making enough cash to go to Penn State in 1987. The pressures of supporting oneself while going to school proved too much for the young 18 year old and he dropped out in order to pay rent. Various construction jobs ensued until a friend financed a relocation to Key West through what was later discovered to be a bank heist. The Florida sun proved beneficial to the soul, but not so much for the wallet. One day a girl sat next to him on the beach and a few months later our hero found himself married and in Southern California. His wife encouraged him to return to college, which he did in 1997. He majored in RTVF and eventually concentrated on Multimedia Production.

In 1999, he began interning at WayForward. Within 2 months he was producing 3 concurrent projects. In 2000, he received his Bachelor's Degree in RTVF - Multimedia Production from CSUN and continued freelancing for WayForward as a producer. He was finally hired on full-time in 2002 and has worked as a Producer ever since.

Last updated: Apr 01, 2009