User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.

Massimiliano Di Monda

Game Credits

Production

Think: Sinnes Trainer (2009)   (Producer)
Hot Wheels: Ultimate Racing (2007)   (Producer)
Sniper Elite (2005)   (Producer)
Smashing Drive (2000)   (Producer)
Wing Commander: Prophecy (1997)   (Producer)
R-Type III: The Third Lightning (1993)   (Producer )
 

Design

Think: Sinnes Trainer (2009)   (Lead Designer)
Sniper Elite (2005)   (Additional Level Editing)
Puma Street Soccer (1999)   (Game Design)
Wing Commander: Prophecy (1997)   (Levels / Text Editing)
R-Type III: The Third Lightning (1993)   (Levels Editing )
Wings (1990)   (Level Mapping)
 

Quality Assurance

Think: Sinnes Trainer (2009)   (Quality Assurance)
Hot Wheels: Ultimate Racing (2007)   (Quality Assurance)
Smashing Drive (2000)   (QA)
Puma Street Soccer (1999)   (Testing)
Syyrah: The Warp Hunter (1997)   (Lead Beta Tester)
Wing Commander: Prophecy (1997)   (QA)
R-Type III: The Third Lightning (1993)   (Quality Assurance )
Wings (1990)   (QA)
 


Developer Biography

Massimiliano Di Monda, game producer and designer, lives in Napoli in the south of Italy. He started his work in the Game Industry in 1996 from the scratch in the QA department, and after years of experience he started designing and then also producing games. During his 14 years career, Massi has produced more than 20 products across numerous platforms, ranging from Sony PlayStation and Nintendo GameBoy Color to PC, Nintendo GameBoy Advance, Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS, mobile platforms. In 2002/2003, Massi produced Wing Commander Prophecy on the Nintendo GameBoy Advance, the game was named as Best Technological Excellence runner up at E3 in Los Angeles. Most recently games include the much acclaimed Sniper Elite for the Nintendo Wii published by Reef-Entertainment and My Little Baby on the new Samsung BADA platform, Wii ware and iOS. During his career Massi has built good relationship with many publishers and developers expanding his knowledge of the industry.

Last updated: Nov 24, 2011