MobyGoal achieved! Thanks to all contributors who helped us reach 250 documented ZX81 Games.

David Dunham

Game Credits

Production

King of Dragon Pass (1999)   (Producer)
 

Design

Mah Jong Medley (2004)   (Layout Design)
King of Dragon Pass (1999)   (Design)
 

Programming/Engineering

The Dream Voyagers (2010)   (Tools)
Campfire Legends: The Hookman (2009)   (Engine Support)
Collapse! (2009)   (Engine)
Little Shop: Memories (2009)   (Tools)
Little Shop: World Traveler (2009)   (Tools)
Marooned (2009)   (Engine)
Sunset Studio: Love on the High Seas (2009)   (Engine)
Ancient Secrets: Quest for the Golden Key (2008)   (System Programming)
Little Shop: Road Trip (2008)   (Software Development)
Little Shop: Big City (2007)   (Software Development)
Little Shop of Treasures (2007)   (Software Development)
Little Shop of Treasures 2 (2007)   (Software Development)
Rainforest Cascade (2007)   (Software Development)
Super Collapse! 3 (2006)   (Programming)
Aloha Solitaire (2005)   (Programming)
Splash (2005)   (Programming)
Adventure Inlay (2004)   (Programming)
Bounce Out Blitz (2004)   (Programming)
Collapse! Crunch (2004)   (Programming)
Mah Jong Medley (2004)   (Programming)
Super PileUp! (2004)   (Programming)
Super Collapse! II (2002)   (Programming)
Super Nisqually (2002)   (Super Nisqually was created at GameHouse, Inc. by the following people)
Super Collapse! (2001)   (Super Collapse! was created at GameHouse, Inc. by the following people)
King of Dragon Pass (1999)   (Programming)
 

Writers

King of Dragon Pass (1999)   (Writing and Editing)
 

Video/Cinematics

Marooned (2009)   (Photo Talent)
 

Creative Services

King of Dragon Pass (1999)   (Manual)
 

Thanks

Sunset Studio (2008)   (Special thanks to)
 


Developer Biography

David co-founded Pensée Corporation, which developed WebCollage, and worked for Apple on the Newton (creating Newton Press, Newton Book Maker, and the built-in book reader and outliner, as well as several information products). His Jigsaw Strategy Game was published by Apple Computer. David developed the popular Macintosh outliner, Acta (later renamed Dyno Notepad), and managed the creation of a Windows version. His roleplaying scenario "The Lost Inheritance" was included in GURPS Fantasy Adventures, and he has had numerous articles published in game and computer magazines.

David led the team that created King of Dragon Pass, and later brought it to iPhone and iPad

Last updated: Dec 22, 2013