Developer BiographyRobb Alvey started in the videos games business in 1988 with ASCII Entertainment Software. He moved on to become a Senior Producer with Virgin Interactive Entertainment in 1992 where he produced Disney's Aladdin, Lion King, and Jungle Book for the Sega Genesis. He also produced titles such as 7th Guest (PC), Dune (Sega Genesis), Agile Warrior (PSX), Cool Spot (several platforms), and a number of other licensed based titles.
In 1995, he became an Executive Producer for MGM Interactive and produced a series of James Bond titles for PSX, PC and Nintendo 64. He then headed up development at Take 2 Studios in Baltimore, where his team has released Jetfighter IV (PC), Stronghold (PC), Hidden & Dangerous (Dreamcast & PC), Mafia (PC), Spec Ops (PSX), Spec Ops II: Green Berets (PC), Lemmings Revolution (PC), Airport Tycoon (PC), and several other PC, PSX, PS2, and other console titles.
Robb Alvey went on to work as a Senior Producer at Activision producing games in the Call of Duty series, The Movies, and Transformers. After Activision he produced several games at Wayforward Technologies including the remake of A Boy and His Blob, Thor, Batman: Brave and the Bold, and Bloodrayne.
He currently runs Theme Park Review as well as several retrogaming social media pages: Retro Games Fan & ColecoVision Fan.
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