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Dale DeSharone

Also Known As

  • Dale Disharoon

Game Credits


Chris Moneymaker's World Poker Championship (2005)   (Executive Producer)
Scrabble Online (2004)   (Executive Producer)
Tonka Firefighter (2003)   (Executive Producer)
Darkened Skye (2002)   (Executive Producer)
Richard Scarry's Busytown (1999)   (Produced by)
Chill Manor (1996)   (Producer)
Darby the Dragon (1996)   (Produced by)
Gregory and the Hot Air Balloon (1996)   (Produced by)
I.M. Meen (1995)   (Producer)
Mutant Rampage: Bodyslam (1994)   (Producers)
Link: The Faces of Evil (1993)   (Producer)
Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon (1993)   (Producer)
Alice in Wonderland (1992)   (Produced by)
Laser Lords (1992)   (Produced by)
Paint School I (1991)   (Produced by)


Link: The Faces of Evil (1993)   (Directed by)
Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon (1993)   (Directed by)
Alice in Wonderland (1992)   (Game Design)
Laser Lords (1992)   (Game Design)
Paint School I (1991)   (Design)
Alice in Wonderland (1985)   (Game Design )
Adventure Creator (1984)   (Author)
Alphabet Zoo (1983)   (Author)


Alice in Wonderland (1992)   (Game Tools)
Laser Lords (1992)   (Additional Programming)
Addition Magician (1984)   (Author)
Adventure Creator (1984)   (By)
Below the Root (1984)   (Programming)
Word Spinner (1984)   (Author)
Alphabet Zoo (1983)   (By)
Hey Diddle Diddle (1983)   (Programming)
Battle for Normandy (1982)   (Atari Version)


Knights of the Desert (1983)   (Atari Graphics Pack)


Roberta Williams' King's Quest VII: The ... (1994)   (Production Management)


Laser Lords (1992)   (Game Tools)


Duel Masters (Limited Edition) (2004)   (Special Thanks)


Hey Diddle Diddle (1983)   (By)

Developer Biography

Dale Disharoon started as a Kindergarten teacher in California. He began writing educational games for the Atari 800 in 1982. The games were published by Spinnaker Software. With the help of a small staff, he expanded to write some of the earliest games for the Commodore 64 and Amiga. His games were also translated to the PC and Apple II.

Last updated: Mar 04, 2012