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Trevor Williams

Game Credits


Forza Horizon 4 (2018)   (Chief Operating Officer)
Forza Horizon 3 (2016)   (Chief Operating Officer)
Forza Horizon 2 (2014)   (Chief Operating Officer)
Forza Horizon (2012)   (Chief Operating Officer)
50 Cent: Blood on the Sand (2009)   (Swordfish Studios President)
Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising (2009)   (General Manager, Codemasters)
Brian Lara International Cricket 2005 (2005)   (Studio Manager)
WCR: World Championship Rugby (2004)   (Studio Manager)


Rugby Challenge 2006 (2006)   (Studio Manager)
Brian Lara International Cricket 2005 (2005)   (Studio Manager)
David Beckham Soccer (2002)   (Executive Producer)
Mobile Forces (2002)   (Management)
Microsoft International Soccer 2000 (1999)   (Executive Producer)
Striker Pro 2000 (1999)   (Executive Producer)
DBZ: Dead Ball Zone (1998)   (Project Management)
The Adventures of Dr. Franken (1993)   (Producer)
Dragon's Lair (1992)   (Coordination )
Joe & Mac: Caveman Ninja (1992)   (Project manager)
Prince of Persia (1992)   (Project Manager)


Hostile Waters: Antaeus Rising (2001)   (Development Director)

Quality Assurance

Cold Winter (2005)   (Additional Testing and Support (Managing Director))
Trash It (1997)   (Co-ordination)


Savage Arena (1999)   (Project Support and Management)


M.A.C.H.: Modified Air Combat Heroes (2007)   (Special Thanks)
B-Boy (2006)   ( )
Rocky: Legends (2004)   (Venom Special Thanks)
Rocky (2002)   (Thanks To)
Hostile Waters: Antaeus Rising (2001)   (Special Thanks To)
Millennium Soldier: Expendable (1999)   (Heartfelt Thanks To)
Jeff Wayne's The War of the Worlds (1998)   (Rage thanks)

Developer Biography

Trevor Williams headed up Codemasters Birmingham until October 2009. Almost a year before, he joined the company when Codemasters acquired the development outfit Swordfish Studios, which he had been president of since 2005, and managing director since 2002.

Before that he was the studio director at Rage Birmingham after joining the company in 1994. He broke into the industry as a development manager at Elite Systems, which he joined in 1989.

Last updated: Oct 09, 2009