|Demolition Man (1995)||(Sega CD Programmer)|
|Frankenstein: Through the Eyes of the Monster (1995)||(Lead Programmer for Tachyon Studios, Inc.)|
|Sonic the Hedgehog: Spinball (1993)||(Programming)|
|Brute Force (1991)||(Additional Software)|
|Ivan 'Ironman' Stewart's Super Off ... (1989)||(Software)|
|Dragon's Lair (1983)||(Auxiliary programming)|
|Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat (1991)||(Additional Help)|
:: Cinematronics 1982 to 1984 Arcade game company. Used vector-beam technology. The company was going through bankruptcy during most of this period.
:: US Army 1984 to 1987 Okay, this was different! Earl was stationed at Fort Bragg, NC for most of this time.
:: Leland Corporation 1988 to 1991 Arcade game company. Used proprietary hardware.
:: Sega of America 1991 to 1993 Sega "Genesis" console system.
:: Alexandria, Inc. 1994 to 1996 During this period, company was acquired by CPTV and OddWorld was formed as a sister company. Later, Alexandria was discontinued. The company specialized in conversions to Sega "Genesis", Sega CD, and Nintendo console systems.
During conversion, Alexandria was shut down, and Earl was hired to complete the conversion by Tachyon Studios, until they too closed. Earl was then contracted by InterPlay Productions to finish the game. With no support team, Earl had to develop tools to convert art to Sega CD format and movies to Cinepak format.
Earl no longer works in the game industry.
Last updated: Jul 26, 2006