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Graham Ranson

Game Credits


An American Tail (2007)   (Level Design)
Kawasaki Jet Ski (2007)   (Design)


A Short Tale (2016)   (Code)
Boro-Toro (2008)   (Programmer)
An American Tail (2007)   (Programmers)
Anubis II (2007)   (Additional Programming)
Billy the Wizard: Rocket Broomstick Racing (2007)   (Additional Programming)
Classic British Motor Racing (2007)   (Additional Programming)

Quality Assurance

Anubis II (2007)   (Quality Assurance)
Billy the Wizard: Rocket Broomstick Racing (2007)   (Quality Assurance)
Kawasaki Jet Ski (2007)   (Quality Assurance)
Kawasaki Quad Bikes (2007)   (Quality Assurance)

Developer Biography

Graham is currently studying on his final year of a Computer Science: Games Development degree at the University of Wolverhampton. He has experience in Java, C/C++, C#, PHP and Python programming.

He worked for a year (April 2006 - July 2007) within Data Design Interactive as a junior programmer and tester producing games for the Playstation 2, Wii and PC platforms. This was part of a placement scheme that was offered on the degree.

Graham took part in Dare to be Digital 2008 as a programmer for the team DarkMatter Designs developing the game Boro-Toro. The team subsequently won the competition and were nominated for a BAFTA "Ones To Watch Award" which they successfully took home at the BAFTA awards ceremony on the 10th March, 2009.

Graham is currently working on his final year dissertation project, a study into the use of gaming peripherals for stroke rehabilitation and specifically with the Nintendo Wii Remote.

In September 2009 Graham accepted a job at Exient Ltd in Oxford, UK as a QA Technician.

In December 2009 Graham decided to leave Exient in order to form his own company, MonkeyDead Studios, so that he can develop and release a number of forthcoming products and services.

Last updated: Mar 12, 2010