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James Walls

Also Known As

  • Jim Walls

Game Credits

Design

Earth & Beyond (2002)   (Content Designers)
Pirates: The Legend of Black Kat (2002)   (Game Design)
Blade Runner (1997)   (Designers)
Blue Force (1993)   (Design)
Police Quest 3: The Kindred (1991)   (Design)
Code-Name: Iceman (1989)   (Design)
Police Quest 2: The Vengeance (1988)   (Designed by)
Police Quest: In Pursuit of the Death Angel (1987)   (Design)
 

Programming/Engineering

Blade Runner (1997)   (Script Programmers)
 

Writers

Police Quest 2: The Vengeance (1988)   (Written by)
Police Quest: In Pursuit of the Death Angel (1987)   (Story)
 

Audio

Blade Runner (1997)   (Additional Voices)
 

Creative Services

Police Quest 3: The Kindred (1991)   (Documentation)
Code-Name: Iceman (1989)   (Documentation)
 

Other

Blade Runner (1997)   (Additional Models)
 


Developer Biography

Jim Walls is a retired CHP Officer who joined the Department in 1971. He retired after 15 years on the force, after a shootout with a crazed criminal. During his recovery, he scripted what finally became Sierra's milestone adventure "Police Quest." Later, he scripted its two sequels as well as "Codename Iceman." After leaving Sierra he scripted another police adventure, "Blue Force" for Tsunami Media. Jim Walls makes a cameo in the intro of "Police Quest 3." His career in game design ended with Westwood Studios of Las Vegas. During his tenure at Westwood, he earned credits on "BladeRunner," "Pirates" and "Earth and Beyond."

Jim Walls's voice can be heard in the CD edition of "Blue Force" on an extra track.

Last updated: Jan 02, 2013