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

Jim Weisz

Game Credits

Design

Snow Strike (1990)   (By)
 

Programming/Engineering

Septerra Core: Legacy of the Creator (1999)   (Programming - Game Engine, Tools)
MTV's Beavis and Butt-Head in Virtual Stupidity (1995)   (Mini-Game Programmers)
Balance of the Planet (1990)   (IBM Program)
Snow Strike (1990)   (IBM program)
Balance of Power: The 1990 Edition (1988)   (Programming - DOS version)
The Three Stooges (1987)   (Programming)
Balance of Power (1985)   (Programming - DOS version)
 

Audio

Septerra Core: Legacy of the Creator (1999)   (Additional Voices)
 

Support

Disney's Duck Tales: The Quest for Gold (1990)   (Additional Support by)
 

Thanks

Septerra Core: Legacy of the Creator (1999)   (Special Thanks to)
Phantom 2040 (1995)   (Special Thanks to)
Are You Afraid of the Dark? The Tale of Orpheo... (1994)   (Special Thanks To)
 

Other

Harley-Davidson: The Road to Sturgis (1989)   (Other)
The Three Stooges (1987)   (Undetermined)
 


Developer Biography

An industry veteran of some 16 years, Jim Weisz came to us from Midway Games, Inc., where he was Manager of the Consumer Porting group, the division responsible for conversion of hit arcade titles to PlayStation and N-64 formats. Jim's principal responsibility on the Septerra team is for the game's engine, where he is putting his considerable experience to work ensuring the realization of the overall design.

Prior companies include: Viacom New Media/Rabid Entertainment ('94-'97), VideOcart, Inc. ('91-'93), Incredible Technologies, Inc. ('88-'91), Digital Mechanics, Inc. ('84-'88)

Titles include: Beavis & Butt-head in Virtual Stupidity, Are you Afraid of the Dark (PC-CD-ROM), Snow Strike, The Three Stooges, C-SPRITE (MS-DOS), Balance of Power - The 1990 Edition (MS Windows), Cross Clues (Apple II)

[Source: Monolith Productions Septerra Core Team Info]

Last updated: Aug 24, 2004