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Piotr Lukaszuk

Also Known As

  • Peter Lukaszuk
  • P. Lukaszuk

Game Credits

Production

Stellar 7: Draxon's Revenge (1993)   (Producers)
 

Design

Betrayal at Krondor (1993)   (Research & Development)
Stellar 7: Draxon's Revenge (1993)   (Directors)
Ghostbusters II (1989)   (Design)
 

Programming/Engineering

3-D Ultra NASCAR Pinball (1998)   (Shell Programmer)
3-D Ultra Pinball: Thrillride (1996)   (Engine Programmers)
Hunter Hunted (1996)   (Programmers)
Aces of the Deep: Expansion Disk (1995)   (Programming)
Aces of the Deep (1994)   (Technical Director)
Aces of the Deep (1994)   (Technical Director)
Front Page Sports: Baseball '94 (1994)   (Virtual Machine)
Betrayal at Krondor (1993)   (Development)
Stellar 7: Draxon's Revenge (1993)   (Programmers)
Aces of the Pacific (1992)   (Graphic Modules and Devices)
Front Page Sports: Football (1992)   (Tools Programming)
The Adventures of Willy Beamish (1991)   (Technical Development)
Red Baron (1990)   (Technical Assistance)
Stellar 7 (1990)   (Lead Programmer)
A-10 Tank Killer (1989)   (EGA and VGA Graphics)
David Wolf: Secret Agent (1989)   (Libraries / Utilities)
Deathtrack (1989)   (Technical assitance:)
Ghostbusters II (1989)   (Programming)
Motocross (1989)   (Programming)
Skyfox II: The Cygnus Conflict (1987)   (Conversion / Porting)
 

Audio

Deathtrack (1989)   (Starring:)
 

Technology

A-10 Tank Killer (1989)   (Technical Development)
 

Support

A-10 Tank Killer (1989)   (Smart Start(TM))
 

Thanks

The Incredible Machine (1994)   (Special Thanks)
Aces Over Europe (1993)   (Special Thanks To)
A-10 Tank Killer (1989)   (Smart Start)
 

Other

Front Page Sports: Baseball Pro '98 (1997)   (Front Page Sports: Baseball Pro '98 Season would not have been possible without the previous work of the following people)
Front Page Sports: Football Pro '98 (1997)   (Previous additional work for Football Pro was done by)
 


Developer Biography

Piotr Lukaszuk and his brother Dariusz (Darek) moved from Poland to USA in the 1980s and started working on PC (and C64) games for Dynamix. In the early 1990s Piotr began using the first name Peter (direct translation of Piotr). The original pronunciation of the Lukaszuk brothers' last name sounds approximately like: "Woo-kah-shook" (accent on "kah").

After Dynamix was sold, Peter began working for Microsoft at Bellevue, WA., from January 2000, designing Windows CE. He then went on to create software for the SEGA Dreamcast, created photo utilities, now is said to have worked on a new version of Windows 2000 Server.

Peter's portrait can be found in the racing game Deathtrack from Dynamix. He plays the caped gangster wearing shades.

  • Dynamix: jak siÄ™ pisze gry? - article in Secret Service 1/1994, Poland - introduction to Dynamix and Sierra, preview of game development process

Last updated: Aug 05, 2012