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C. Gordon Walton

Also Known As

  • Gordon Walton Jr.
  • Gordon Walton

Game Credits


Star Wars: The Old Republic (2011)   (Executive Producers of Live Services)
Star Wars: Galaxies - Jump to Lightspeed (2004)   (Vice President, Studio Manager - Austin)
The Sims Online (2002)   (Executive Producer)
Ultima Online: Renaissance (2000)   (Executive Producer)
Air Warrior II (1997)   (Executive Producer)
Air Warrior III (1997)   (Executive Producer (Kesmai))
Orbiter (1986)   (Project Leader)


Harpoon Classic '97 (1996)   (Design Team (Harpoon Classic))
Harpoon Classic (1995)   (Original Design & Programming Team)
Empire Deluxe Scenarios (1993)   (Level / Scenario Design)
Harpoon: Challenger Pak (Limited Edition) (1991)   (Computer design team)
Sands of Fire (1989)   (Designed by)
PT-109 (1988)   (Designer)
Sub Battle Simulator (1987)   (Design by)
Orbiter (1986)   (Design)


Harpoon Classic '97 (1996)   (Programming)
Harpoon: Challenger Pak (Limited Edition) (1991)   (Computer Harpoon programmers)
Sands of Fire (1989)   (Designed and Written by)
PT-109 (1988)   (Programmer)
Sub Battle Simulator (1987)   (Lead Programming)
Orbiter (1986)   (Lead Programming)
Dungeon of Death (1979)   (Dungeon of Death)


Harpoon: Challenger Pak (Limited Edition) (1991)   (Sound programmers)

Creative Services

Harpoon Classic '97 (1996)   (Manual Revisions (Harpoon Classic))
Harpoon: Challenger Pak (Limited Edition) (1991)   (Manual revised 5/90 by)


The Church in the Darkness (2019)   (Tremendous Thanks)
Mass Effect (2012)   (BioWare Special Thanks)
Mass Effect (2007)   (Special Thanks)
Star Wars: Galaxies - The Total Experience (2005)   (Production Special Thanks)
The Sims (2003)   (Maxis Special Thanks)
Ultima IX: Ascension (1999)   (Special Thanks)
Jeopardy! Deluxe Edition (1993)   (Special Thanks)


Ultima Online: Third Dawn (2001)   (Vice President of Online Operations)

Developer Biography

Gordon Walton, a 1981 graduate of TAMU, wrote his first commercially released game in 1977. It was titled Trek-X and was for the Pet 2001. He co-founded Applied Computing (later called Digital Illusions) in 1984 with Don Gilman.

His work includes many titles, such as Shard of Spring, Sub Battle, GATO, Reader Rabbit, PT-109, NFL Challenge, Harpoon, and The Playroom.

In 1989, Walton started working for other major gaming companies: Three-Sixty Pacific, GameTek, Konami, Kesmai, Alliance Interactive, Electronic Arts (Origin and Maxis), and Sony Online Entertainment.

Last updated: Aug 10, 2004