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John Jones-Steele

Also Known As

  • John Jones Steele
  • J. Jones-Steele

Game Credits


Dance Party: Pop Hits (2009)   (Managing Director)
REALPLAY Golf (2007)   (Management)
Thomas & Friends: A Day at the Races (2007)   (Managing Directors)
Dance Factory (2006)   (Managing Directors)
Ball Breakers (2000)   (Management)


Spirit of Speed 1937 (1999)   (Concept)
Subbuteo (1990)   (Directors)


Dance Party: Pop Hits (2009)   (Development Team: Programmer)
Dance:UK XL Lite (2005)   (Lead Programmer)
Dance:UK: eXtra Trax (2004)   (Additional Programming)
Dance:UK (2003)   (Programming)
Wreckless: The Yakuza Missions (2002)   (Lead Programmers)
Ball Breakers (2000)   (PC Programming)
Driver (2000)   (Programmers)
Spirit of Speed 1937 (1999)   (Programming Direction)
Championship Manager 2 (1995)   (Additional Programming)
Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe (1995)   (Additional Code)
Alfred Chicken (1993)   (CD32/A1200 Versions Adapted by)
Intelligent Strategy Games 10 (1993)   (GUI)
Championship Manager (1992)   (Programming)
D/Generation (1992)   (Programming)
Ultima VI: The False Prophet (1992)   (Conversion by)
'Nam 1965-1975 (1991)   (Coder)
World Championship Boxing Manager (1991)   (Archimedes Conversion 1991)
Subbuteo (1990)   (16-bit Program by)
Scapeghost (1989)   (Systems)
Alien Syndrome (1988)   (Coding)
BMX Simulator (1988)   (Coding)
Garfield: Big, Fat, Hairy Deal (1988)   (Amiga coding)
Ingrid's Back! (1988)   (Systems)
Lancelot (1988)   (Systems)
Tetris (1988)   (Amiga version)
Tetris (1988)   (Amiga version programmed by)
Time and Magik: The Trilogy (1988)   (Program)
Gnome Ranger (1987)   (Versions:)
Knight Orc (1987)   (Adventure System)
Mordon's Quest (1985)   ((c))
Adventure 1 (1982)   (By)
Mazeman (1982)   (By)


D/Generation (1992)   (Additional Graphics)


Impossible Mission (2008)   (Broadsword Interactive)

Developer Biography

John Jones-Steele spent 12 years working in the Computer Unit at the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth and obtained a B.A. during that time. For the last 5 of those years, he was also running Abersoft part-time writing various programs for the Spectrum, C64 etc. In 1985 he left to write software full-time.

Below is a list of games he was responsible for before joining Broadsword Interactive:

Last updated: Feb 22, 2011