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Fergus McNeill

Also Known As

  • Fergus Mcneill
  • Ferg McNeil

Game Credits


Giant Killers (1999)   (Production)
Carmageddon (1997)   (Creative Development Manager)
Carmageddon: Splat Pack (1997)   (Creative Director)
Kingdom O' Magic (1996)   (Project Management)
XS (1996)   (Production)
Cyberwar (1994)   (Creative Development Manager)
The Lawnmower Man (1993)   (Directed By)


Gender Wars (1996)   (Creative Development Manager)
Kingdom O' Magic (1996)   (Game Design)
The Lawnmower Man (1993)   (Director)
Town With No Name (1992)   (Directed by)
The Big Sleaze (1987)   (Sceptical 3 designed by)
The Colour of Magic (1986)   (Written by)
Bored of the Rings (1985)   (Designed by)
Robin of Sherlock (1985)   (By)
The Dragonstar Trilogy Part III (1984)   (By)
The Dragonstar Trilogy Part II (1984)   (By)
The Dragonstar Trilogy Part I (1984)   (By)
Quest for the Holy Joystick (1984)   (By)


Mindfighter (1988)   (Programmed by)
The Boggit: Bored Too (1986)   (Authors)
Murder off Miami (1986)   (Programmed by)


The Lawnmower Man (1993)   (Original Script)
Town With No Name (1992)   (Characterisations by)
The Big Sleaze (1987)   (A Delta 4 Adventure written by)
The Colour of Magic (1986)   (Authors)


Giant Killers (1999)   (Art Director)
Space Bastards: Sudden Justice (1999)   (Lead Artist)
Psycho Killer (1992)   (Director of Photography)
Town With No Name (1992)   (Animated by)
The Big Sleaze (1987)   (Graphics by)


Psycho Killer (1992)   (Director of Photography)


Cyberwar (1994)   (Sound)
The Lawnmower Man (1993)   (Music)

Creative Services

Sheffield United Club Manager (2003)   (Additional Photography by)


Doomdark's Revenge (2014)   (Special Thanks to)
The Lords of Midnight (2013)   (Special Thanks to)
Carmageddon (1997)   (Special Mention For Giving Us The Chance To Be Really Stupid, 15 Years Ago)


Giant Killers (1999)   (Smoking Gun Productions)
The Hound of the Baskervilles (1993)   (By)

Developer Biography

Born in Scotland, Fergus McNeill was the founder and primus motor of Delta 4 in the mid-eighties. Following that he formed Abstract Concepts with his future wife Anna Popkess. Thereafter he was involved with companies such as SCi and On-line. He then went to work at the mobile game development studio Infospace Games - IOMO studio and after it was closed in August 2007, he was one of the co-founders of a new studio: FinBlade. Fergus is now a successful writer, known for his 'Detective Harland' series of books.

Last updated: Oct 17, 2016