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David Lubar

Also Known As

  • Dave Lubar

Game Credits

Design

Frogger 2 (2000)   (Design)
Home Improvement: Power Tool Pursuit (1994)   (Design)
Super Battletank 2 (1994)   (Design)
Home Alone (1991)   (Design)
Pastfinder (1984)   (Designed by)
Flash Gordon (1983)   (Game design by)
Plasmania (1983)   (Game design by)
SpaceMaster X-7 (1983)   (Game design by)
Fantastic Voyage (1982)   (Game design by)
Worm War I (1982)   (Game Design by)
 

Programming/Engineering

Frogger 2 (2000)   (Programming)
Battleship: The Classic Naval Combat Game (1999)   (Upgrade)
Super Breakout (1999)   (Programming)
Frogger (1998)   (Programming)
The Ren & Stimpy Show: Buckeroo$! (1995)   (Programming by)
Home Improvement: Power Tool Pursuit (1994)   (Programming)
Super Battletank 2 (1994)   (Programming)
The Simpsons: Bartman Meets Radioactive Man (1992)   (Additional Programming)
Swamp Thing (1992)   (Programming and Design by)
Home Alone (1991)   (Program)
Sentinel (1990)   (Propgrammed by)
Where in Time Is Carmen Sandiego? (1990)   (Programmer)
Pharaoh's Revenge (1988)   (Commodore 64/128 version programmed by)
Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (1987)   (Atari Conversions by)
Murder on the Mississippi (1986)   (Apple version developed by)
Rings of Zilfin (1986)   (Graphics routines from Penguin Software's 'Graphics Magician' were written by)
Shanghai (1986)   (C-64 version)
Fix It (1985)   (Title screen graphics created with Penguin Software's Complete Graphics System II by)
Hacker (1985)   (Atari version by)
Master of the Lamps (1985)   (Adapted by)
Charlie Brown's ABCs (1984)   (Complete Graphics System II by)
Crypt of Medea (1984)   (Graphics routines from Penguin Software's 'Graphics Magician' were written by)
English Challenge (1984)   (Graphics routines from Penguin Software's Graphics Magician were written by)
Pastfinder (1984)   (By)
Bumper Bash (1983)   (Programmer)
The Challenge of... NEXAR (1983)   (By)
Flash Gordon (1983)   (Programmed by)
SpaceMaster X-7 (1983)   (Programmed by)
Troll's Tale (1983)   (Graphics Routines from Penguin Software's Graphics Magician were written by)
Adventures in Videoland: Rollercoaster (1982)   (Game by)
Fantastic Voyage (1982)   (Programmed by)
Worm War I (1982)   (Programmed by)
 

Thanks

Activision Hits Remixed (2006)   (An Incredibly Huge Thanks To)
Activision Anthology (2002)   (An Incredibly Huge Thanks to)
 


Developer Biography

David Lubar is a games designer and programmer and author of children's literature. Lubar grew up in New Jersey and attended Rutgers University where he studied Philosophy. Lubar has written games for various developers since 1982.

Last updated: Nov 20, 2018