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Adrian Cummings

Game Credits

Design

Castle Kingdoms (1997)   (Game Design)
Tin Toy Adventure in the House of Fun (1996)   (Conception by)
Tommy Gun (1996)   (Game Design)
Bug Bash (1990)   (Design)
 

Programming/Engineering

Dweebs: Official Mutation Platinum Remix Release (2002)   (C++ Programming)
Midway's Greatest Arcade Hits (2001)   (Programmer)
Battlezone: Rise of the Black Dogs (2000)   (Additional Programming)
LEGO Alpha Team (2000)   (Programmer)
Castle Kingdoms (1997)   (M680X0 Coding)
Tin Toy Adventure in the House of Fun (1996)   (680x0 Coding by)
Tommy Gun (1996)   (680X0 Code)
CyberPunks (1993)   (Programming)
Bug Bash (1990)   (Coding)
 

Art/Graphics

Dweebs: Official Mutation Platinum Remix Release (2002)   (3D Rendering)
Midway's Greatest Arcade Hits (2001)   (Artist)
LEGO Alpha Team (2000)   (Graphics)
Castle Kingdoms (1997)   (Graphic Art)
Diablo (1996)   (Artists)
Tin Toy Adventure in the House of Fun (1996)   (Graphics by)
Tommy Gun (1996)   (Gfx)
Bug Bash (1990)   (Graphics)
 

Audio

Dweebs: Official Mutation Platinum Remix Release (2002)   (Music)
Castle Kingdoms (1997)   (Music and SFX)
Tin Toy Adventure in the House of Fun (1996)   (Sound by)
Tommy Gun (1996)   (Music)
Bug Bash (1990)   (Sound)
 

Creative Services

Tin Toy Adventure in the House of Fun (1996)   (Packaging Artwork by)
 


Developer Biography

Starting out in late 1989 as Mutation Software and moving on from a background in the UK heating and ventilation industry as a software engineer, Adrian Cummings produced many computer game titles for Amiga and Atari ST as an independent developer published by the likes of Core Design etc. and later went on to work alongside larger developers as a freelance 3rd party programmer/artist and designer for studios such as Images Design, Climax Group, Pocket Studios, eGames, Xing Interactive and many other names in the industry on a range of titles, consoles and handhelds.

After 15 years trading Mutation Software came to an end in 2004 and in 2005 thru 2006 a new business emerged of which Adrian is the Founder and Owner, named Mobile Amusements (incorporating Software Amusements) currently supplying games content as an independent developer to app stores, portals and distributors around the globe.

Last updated: Dec 17, 2012