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Scott Cronce

Game Credits


Jane's Combat Simulations: WWII Fighters (1998)   (V.P. of Technology & Programming)
John Madden Football '93: Championship Edition (1992)   (Technical Directors)


Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger (1996)   (Development Leaders)
Harpoon Classic (1995)   (Original Design & Programming Team)
Harpoon (1989)   (Original Computer Harpoon Design Team)


Jane's Combat Simulations: IAF - Israeli Air ... (1998)   (VP Chief Technologist)
Jane's Combat Simulations: Fighters - Anthology (1997)   (Software Engineering)
SCARAB (1997)   (Technical Director)
Harpoon Classic '97 (1996)   (Programming (Harpoon Classic))
Jane's Combat Simulations: USNF'97 - U.S... (1996)   (Programming)
U.S. Navy Fighters Expansion Disk: Marine Fighters (1995)   (Technical Director)
SSN-21 Seawolf (1994)   (Technical Director)
U.S. Navy Fighters (1994)   (Programming)
Bill Walsh College Football (1993)   (Technical Directors)
Eagle Eye Mysteries (1993)   (Technical Director)
Kasparov's Gambit (1993)   (Technical Director)
The Labyrinth of Time (1993)   (Technical Director)
NHL '94 (1993)   (Technical Directors)
NHL Hockey (1993)   (Technical Director)
SEAL Team (1993)   (Technical Director)
The Heroes of the 357th (1992)   (Technical Directors)
John Madden Football '93 (1992)   (Technical Director)
The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes (1992)   (Technical Director)
NHLPA Hockey '93 (1992)   (Technical Directors)
Chuck Yeager's Air Combat (1991)   (Technical Director)
F-22 Interceptor (1991)   (Technical Director)
Harpoon: Challenger Pak (Limited Edition) (1991)   (Computer Harpoon programmers)
John Madden Football '92 (1991)   (Technical Direction)
NHL Hockey (1991)   (Technical Director)
LHX: Attack Chopper (1990)   (Additional Programming by)
Stormovik: SU-25 Soviet Attack Fighter (1990)   (Additional Programming)
Harpoon (1989)   (Original Computer Harpoon Programming Team)
Indianapolis 500: The Simulation (1989)   (Technical Director)


Jane's Combat Simulations: Fighters - Anthology (1997)   (Technical Director)
F-117 Night Storm (1993)   (Technical Director)


Boom Blox (2008)   (Special Thanks)
Pirates: The Legend of Black Kat (2002)   (Special Thanks at Electronic Arts)
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2002 (2002)   (Special Thanks)
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2001 (2001)   (Special Thanks)
Madden NFL 2001 (2000)   (Special Thanks (EA Sports))
Jane's Combat Simulations: USAF - United Stat... (1999)   (Special Thanks)
Michelle Kwan Figure Skating (1999)   (Special Thanks)
TechnoClash (1993)   (Special Thanks To)


Medal of Honor: Allied Assault - Breakthrough (2003)   (EA Worldwide Studios)
Medal of Honor: Allied Assault (2002)   (EA Worldwide Studios)
Ultrabots (1993)   (Technical Director)

Developer Biography

Scott Cronce is Chief Technology Officer at Electronic Arts. He has been with the company since 24th October 1988 and started as a Technical Director. He then held various senior technology positions, including Manager of Tools & Technical Direction, Director of Technology, Vice President of Technology and Chief Technology Officer for EA Redwood Shores Studio. Scott is currently the Worldwide CTO, which essentially means he travels the world playing video games - to keep up with technological innovations. Cronce is a cum laude graduate from Johnson & Wales Collage were he received an Associate in Science Degree for Culinary Arts.

In 2002, the IDM artist Global Goon released the album Vatican Nitez on Rephlex Records. Track 10 is titled "Scott Cronce is the CEO", a likely but unconfirmed reference to this developer.

Last updated: Mar 26, 2006

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