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Britt Morris

Game Credits

Programming/Engineering

Quake III: Arena (2000)   (Server/Network Engineering)
 

Quality Assurance

Dr. Lunatic Supreme with Cheese (2004)   (Testing)
The Adventures of Bouapha: Spooky Castle (1999)   (Testing)
 

Technology

Outtrigger (2001)   (Director of Engineering)
10six Online (2000)   (IGT Engineers)
Fatal Abyss (1998)   (Lead HEAT.NET Tech Wizard)
 

Customer/Technical Support

Vigilance (1998)   (Heat Support)
 

Support

Bomberman Online (2001)   (Network Support Team)
Daytona USA (2000)   (Technical Support)
 

Thanks

NBA 2K1 (2000)   (Special Thanks)
Uprising X (1998)   (Special Thanks)
 

Other

Titanfall: Assault (2017)   (Particle City West)
 


Developer Biography

Britt started working on video games in 1995 where he was the arranger on MIDI transcriptions for Atari Jaguar of the classical soundtrack of Return Fire II (never released). After joining WaveQuest, a developer of SNES, Genesis, and PC games, Britt moved to SEGA, where he acted as a technical evangelist for the HEAT.NET game network. While at SEGA, Britt was involved in building the DreamCast Network, SegaNET, and laying the foundation for the SNAP (the Sega community platform). Most recently, Britt was principally responsible for the technical architecture of Disney's DGamer Gaming Community for kids (available on all Disney Nintendo DS titles since 2008).

Last updated: Mar 12, 2009