|Jurassic Park (1993)||(Artwork by)|
|Carmen Sandiego: The Secret of the Stolen Drums (2004)||(Special Thanks)|
|Bujingai: The Forsaken City (2003)||(Special Thanks)|
|The Powerpuff Girls: Mojo Jojo A-Go-Go (2001)||(Special Thanks)|
|Sports Illustrated for Kids: Football (2001)||(Special Thanks)|
|Mission: Impossible (1998)||(We also wish to thank)|
|The Flintstones (1995)||(Thanks to)|
|Heavy Barrel (1990)||(Special Thanks to)|
|Cobra Command (1988)||(Special Thanks)|
|Rampage (1988)||(Special thanks)|
|Way of the Samurai (2002)||(BAM! Entertainment)|
After retiring in July 1999 as President and Chief Operating Officer from the US division of Infogrames Entertainment,
Raymond C. Musci founded BAM! Entertainment (Bay Area Multimedia). He served as BAM's Chief Operating Officer and Co-Chairman of the Board until June 2005. From August 2006 through February 2008, Mr. Musci served as President of New Motion Mobile, Inc.
He was a Co-founder, President, and Chief Operating Officer of Ocean of America, from 1990 until its merger with Infogrames in 1996.
As Executive Vice-President of Data East USA, Mr. Musci established Data East’s Consumer Software Division in 1984, opening up that company’s popular coin-op arcade hits to the then, emerging video and home computer game markets. Under Mr. Musci’s direction Data East became the 1st third-party licensee for the Nintendo Entertainment System, revolutionizing the still-growing U.S. video game industry.
Last updated: Mar 16, 2010