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Dino D-Day (Windows)

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MobyRank
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
2.0
MobyScore
5 point score based on user ratings.

Dino D-Day Credits

Developed by 800 North and Digital Ranch

Created and Designed byJoel Crook, Cliff Duyn, Ben Jones, Dan Jones, Rob Kirk, Rob Lihani, Abe Scheuermann, Parker Scheuermann, Brian Ulrich
Additional ModelingChris Lee, Alex Castellon
Concept ArtTyrell Cannon, Alphonso De La Torre, Ben Mauro
Level DesignRasmus Geil, John Heeter
Additional Level DesignRasmus Geil
Sound DesignArild Iverson, James McCormick, John Alexander Stuart, James Rossi
CastPat Kilbane (as Jack Hardgrave), Omar Doom (as Joe Spencer), Napoleon Ryan (Nigel Blithe-Crossley), Tamara Bellis (as Ilona Vike), Emilie Germain (Camille Brun), Henning Fischer (as Jakob Frank), Ralf Dietel (as Alwin von Vaerst), Alix Peters (as Karl Hissmann)
TestersKouen, Gatienthe, franz, Irmin, oxicus, Danny, alecendo, FresnoBob, bizman and sons, COMPANIONxCUBE, David Rasure, Ron Gordon, Adrock
Special ThanksBay Raitt, Gabe Newell, Jason Holtman, Marc Scaperro, Lars Jensvold, Dan Newell, Wade Schin, Mike Durand, Mike Dunkle, Erik Wolpaw, Everyone else at Valve, ACE Team, David Connelly, Mike Phillips, Jason McKinley, Matt Stevenson, Ron Gordon, David Rasure, Mom and Dad, Lauren Jones, Ilona Scheuermann, Courtney Ulrich, Mike Papac, Candace Rivera, Matt Dale

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.

Ben Jones, 32 other games
Gabe Newell, 27 other games
Jason Holtman, 17 other games
Mike Phillips, 16 other games
Mike Dunkle, 15 other games
Wade Schin, 12 other games
Bay Raitt, 11 other games
Dan Jones, 11 other games
Erik Wolpaw, 11 other games
Lars Jensvold, 10 other games
Mike Durand, 8 other games

Collaborations

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

Left 4 Dead, a group of 8 people
The Orange Box, a group of 8 people
Half-Life 2: Episode Two, a group of 8 people
Portal 2, a group of 8 people
Left 4 Dead 2, a group of 8 people
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, a group of 8 people
Portal, a group of 8 people
Portal: Still Alive, a group of 8 people
Half-Life 2: Episode One, a group of 7 people
Half-Life 2, a group of 4 people
Counter-Strike: Source, a group of 3 people

Credits for this game were contributed by Kabushi (126851) and Sciere (270456)