Matt Groening

Game Credits


The Simpsons Game (2007)   (The Simpsons Executive Producer)


Futurama (2003)   (Executive Game Designer)
The Simpsons: Hit & Run (2003)   (Creative Consultants)
The Simpsons: Road Rage (2003)   (Creative Consultants)
The Simpsons: Road Rage (2001)   (Creative Consultants)
The Simpsons: Virtual Springfield (1997)   ( Creative Consultants )
The Simpsons Cartoon Studio (1996)   (Creative consultant)
Itchy & Scratchy in Miniature Golf Madness (1994)   (The Simpsons characters created by)
Virtual Bart (1994)   (The Simpsons Characters Created By)
Krusty's Super Fun House (1992)   (The Simpsons characters created by)
The Simpsons: Bartman Meets Radioactive Man (1992)   (Characters Created by)
The Simpsons: Bart's House of Weirdness (1991)   (The Simpsons Characters Created by)
The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutants (1991)   (The Simpsons Characters Created by)
The Simpsons (1991)   (Created by)


Trackmania Turbo (2016)   ('Stupid risks make life worth living')


The Simpsons Game (2007)   (Special Guest Stars)

Creative Services

Krusty's Super Fun House (1992)   (Cover Artwork by)


The Simpsons: Hit & Run (2003)   (Creative Consultants)
The Simpsons: Night of the Living Treehouse of Horror (2001)   (Creative Consultants)


The Simpsons Cartoon Studio (1996)   (Very Special Thanks To)

Developer Biography

Matthew Abram "Matt" Groening (pronounced 'gray-ning') was born on February 15, 1954. He is a renowned American cartoonist, screenwriter and producer. He has been most praised for being the 'main brains' behind two successful TV shows; which are The Simpsons and Futurama.

Groening has been nominated for 25 Emmy awards and so far, has won eleven of them: ten for The Simpsons and one for Futurama in the "Outstanding Animated Program (for programming one hour or less)" category.

Groening received the 2002 National Cartoonist Society Reuben Award, and had been nominated for the same award in 2000 and has received a British Comedy Award for "outstanding contribution to comedy" in 2004.

In 2007, he was ranked fourth in a list of the "top 100 living geniuses", making him the highest American Genius on that entire list.

Last updated: Sep 25, 2016