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Atari Black Friday

Paul Norman

Game Credits


Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1993)   (Project Manager)
Navy Seal (1989)   (Created By)


AVCStec Challenge (2006)   (Based on the Commodore 64 version of Aztec Challenge by)
Disney's Bonkers (1994)   (Gameplay Consultation)
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1993)   (Designer)
Navy Seal (1989)   (Created by)
Navcom 6: The Persian Gulf Defense (1988)   (By)
The President is Missing (1988)   (Original Concept)
Super Huey II (1988)   (Designed by)
Chernobyl: Nuclear Power Plant Simulation (1987)   (By)
Defcon 5 (1987)   (By)
Beyond the Forbidden Forest (1985)   (Concept)
Super Huey UH-IX (1985)   (By)
Aztec Challenge (1983)   (Concept and Design)
Forbidden Forest (1983)   (By)


Navy Seal (1989)   (Programmed by)
The President is Missing (1988)   (By)
Defcon 5 (1987)   (By)
Beyond the Forbidden Forest (1985)   (By)
Monster Trivia (1985)   (By)
Super Huey UH-IX (1985)   (Programmed by)
Caverns of Khafka (1984)   (By)
Aztec Challenge (1983)   (Programmed by)
Forbidden Forest (1983)   (Programmed by)
Slinky (1983)   (By)


The Case of the Cautious Condor (1992)   (Liner Notes)
Murder Makes Strange Deadfellows (1991)   (Written, Produced and Music by)
Presumed Guilty! (1989)   (Story Contributors)


Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1993)   (Artists)
Presumed Guilty! (1989)   (Cast of Characters)
Shirley Muldowney's Top Fuel Challenge (1987)   (Graphics)

Quality Assurance

Rings of Zilfin (1986)   (Playtesting)


Forbidden Forest (2003)   (Additional Work and Thanks)
Super Huey III (2003)   (Additional Work and Thanks)
Eradicator (1996)   (Special Thanks to)

Developer Biography

Started working for Cosmi in 1982. With Cosmi's low budget like environment, Paul Norman was making all aspects of the games he created. He is known for Forbidden Forest, Aztec Challenge, Super Huey I & II, and Navy Seal.

After leaving Cosmi, Norman worked for Tiger Media on CD-ROM interactive titles.

Last updated: Oct 21, 2016

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