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John Gibson

Game Credits


Stonkers (1984)   (Game design)
Molar Maul (1983)   (Game Design)
Zzoom (1983)   (Design)


Driveclub (2014)   (Game Programmers)
MotorStorm: RC (2012)   (Principal Programmers)
MotorStorm: Apocalypse (2011)   (Principal Programmers)
MotorStorm: Pacific Rift (2008)   (Programmers)
MotorStorm (2006)   (Programmers)
WRC: Rally Evolved (2005)   (Programming)
WRC 4: The Official Game of the FIA World Rally Ch... (2004)   (Programmers)
Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003)   (Programmers)
Robot Wars: Extreme Destruction (2002)   (Programming)
Tiny Toon Adventures: Wacky Stackers (2001)   (Programming)
Star Trek: Invasion (2000)   (Programming)
Tom and Jerry in House Trap (2000)   (Veteran Programmer)
Sentient (1997)   (Programming Contribution)
MegaMorph (1994)   (Programming)
Microcosm (1993)   (Lead Programmer)
Badlands Pete (1990)   (Program Design by)
Hellraider (1989)   (Software Design)
Airborne Ranger (1988)   (Coded by)
Cobra (1987)   (Program by)
Galivan (1986)   (By)
Cosmic Wartoad (1985)   (Program by)
Frankie Goes to Hollywood (1985)   (Programming by)
Gift from the Gods (1985)   (Programming)
Pedro (1984)   (BBC conversion by)
Stonkers (1984)   (Programming)
Molar Maul (1983)   (By)
Zzoom (1983)   (Program Coding)


Colony Wars (1997)   (Special Thanks To)

Developer Biography

John is a veteran of the games industry and has 20 years of experience on nearly every platform imaginable. After working for Imagine, John formed Denton Design in 1984 and went on to write several classic games including Frankie Goes To Hollywood.

During most of the nineties, John worked for Psygnosis in several senior roles and was directly responsible for most of the code libraries used in all Psygnosis' internal products. Having moved to Warthog in 1998, John has been a support programmer on many titles, with a passion for AI and frontend work. John can grasp new systems quickly and he does like to write a generic codebase which can be spread across multiple projects.

Source: Robot Wars game website

Last updated: Jul 17, 2005

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