Jim Chaney

Game Credits


LittleBigPlanet (2009)   (Tools Programmers)
Heavenly Sword (2007)   (Tools/LAMS Group)
24: The Game (2006)   (Engine Extensions)
Catwoman (2004)   (Tools Group)
I-Ninja (2003)   (Tools)
FIFA Soccer 2003 (2002)   (IG Programmers)
Universal Monsters: Monsterville (2002)   (Coders)


Killzone 2 (2009)   (SCEE Cambridge)

Developer Biography

Jim started in the games industry at Intelligent Games in West London, moved to Argonaut and from there to Sony Cambridge as the vicissitudes of being independent took the companies fortunes.

He worked primarily as a tools coder, both running centralised teams and embedded in the games team.

Last updated: Feb 28, 2008