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Virtual Snooker (DOS)

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Developed by
Released
Official Site
Platform
79
MobyRank
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
4.1
MobyScore
5 point score based on user ratings.

Virtual Snooker Credits

FOR CELERIS

Production ManagerStephen Chaplin
Lead ProgrammerRas'Putin' 
ProgrammersMatt Soares, Stephen Chaplin
Simulation ModelingRas'Putin' 
Game MusicStephen Chaplin
Game DesignStephen Chaplin, Ras'Putin' 
Program DesignRas'Putin' 
Multimedia Production ManagerEd Ritchie
Tutorial and Game Intro ScriptEd Ritchie

FOR INTERPLAY

Director of Sports DevelopmentMatthew Findley
ProducerChris Parker
Line ProducerJeffrey Karl Barnhart
Video Compression and Playback TechnologyPaul Allen Edelstein
Video Digitizing and SyncingJim Bowser, Bill Stoudt
Audio MasteringCraig Duman, Sergio A. Bustamante II
Sound EffectsLarry Peacock
Title ScreenDavid Finley
Director of Quality AssuranceJeremy S. Barnes
Asst. Director of Quality AssuranceJim Boone (Nephlim)
Lead TestersTony Martin, Chad Allison
TestersTony Piccoli, Quinn Summers, David Hendee, Chris Keenan, Darrell Jones
Graphic DesignSalma Asadi
Original Manual CopyKelly Newcomb
Manual RevisionChris Parker, Stephen Chaplin

VIDEO PRODUCTION TEAM

DirectorMartin Denning
Asst. to DirectorBecky Simmons
CameraJohn Ralphs
Sound RecordistIan Edwards
ElectricianDoug Short
PATessa Darbourne
MakeupStephanie Perel
Snooker ServicesMatchline, Keith Davis
RiggerGarth Smith
TelepromptAutocue Ltd.
ScriptingEd Ritchie
Creative TechnicianStephen Chaplin
Special Thanks ToStephen Davis, Ronnie O'Sullivan, Ali N. Atabek, Paul Kellner, Paul Allen Edelstein, Sean Cramer
Some Movie Editing BySunset Post Inc.
Some Sound Effects Provided ByNMR! Productions
Virtual Reality Effects Created Using3 Dimensional Video Acceleration - © 1995 Celeris Inc.

Other Games

In addition to this game, the following people are listed as working on other games. No more than 25 people are listed here, even if there are more than 25 people who have also worked on other games.

Jeremy S. Barnes, 179 other games
Chad Allison, 55 other games
Craig Duman, 55 other games
Larry Peacock, 53 other games
Jim Boone, 45 other games
Paul Allen Edelstein, 39 other games
Bill Stoudt, 36 other games
Chris Parker, 35 other games
Sergio A. Bustamante II, 34 other games
Matthew Findley, 32 other games
Darrell Jones, 31 other games
Jeffrey Karl Barnhart, 26 other games
Tony Martin, 23 other games
Tony Piccoli, 23 other games
Ali N. Atabek, 18 other games
Stephen Davis, 15 other games
Chris Keenan, 14 other games
David Hendee, 14 other games
Salma Asadi, 11 other games
Paul Kellner, 10 other games
Kelly Newcomb, 10 other games
Quinn Summers, 6 other games
David Finley, 5 other games
Sean Cramer, 4 other games
Stephen Chaplin, 3 other games

Collaborations

People who have worked on this game have also collaborated on the creation of the following games:

Stonekeep, a group of 12 people
Virtual Pool, a group of 11 people
Star Trek: Starfleet Academy, a group of 11 people
Descent II, a group of 10 people
Fallout 2, a group of 10 people
M.A.X.: Mechanized Assault & Exploration, a group of 10 people
Star Trek: Judgment Rites (Limited CD-ROM Collector's Edition), a group of 9 people
Baldur's Gate, a group of 9 people
Star Trek: Judgment Rites, a group of 9 people
Blood & Magic, a group of 8 people
Mummy: Tomb of the Pharaoh, a group of 8 people
Norse by Norse West: The Return of the Lost Vikings, a group of 8 people
Icewind Dale, a group of 8 people
Fallout, a group of 8 people
Conquest of the New World, a group of 7 people
Star Trek: Klingon Academy, a group of 7 people
Conquest of the New World (Deluxe Edition), a group of 7 people
Waterworld, a group of 7 people
Descent to Undermountain, a group of 7 people
Planescape: Torment, a group of 7 people
Icewind Dale: Heart of Winter, a group of 6 people
M.A.X. 2: Mechanized Assault & Exploration, a group of 6 people
Boogerman: A Pick and Flick Adventure, a group of 6 people
Casper, a group of 6 people
Descent, a group of 6 people

Credits for this game were contributed by Jewelcase (1192)