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Randy Platt

Game Credits


Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends (1993)   (Design)


Armikrog. (2015)   (Additional Programming)
Littlest Pet Shop (2008)   (Engineering)
Littlest Pet Shop: Garden (2008)   (Additional Engineering)
Major League Baseball 2K6 (2006)   (Programmers)
ESPN NHL 2K5 (2004)   (Programmers)
ESPN NHL Hockey (2003)   (Additional Programming)
Circus Maximus: Chariot Wars (2002)   (Programmer)
NCAA College Basketball 2K3 (2002)   (Programmers)
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2002 (2002)   (Additional Engineers)
WCW Backstage Assault (2000)   (Software Engineers)
WCW Mayhem (1999)   (Software Engineers)
Bio Freaks (1998)   (Programmers)
NCAA Championship Basketball (1996)   (Lead Programmers)
Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends (1993)   (Programmed by)
It Came from the Desert II (1990)   (Computography)
Wings (1990)   (Additional Computography)
It Came from the Desert (1989)   (Computography)
Rocket Ranger (1988)   (Additional Computography)
TV Sports: Football (1988)   (Additional programming)
Los Angeles SWAT (1986)   (By)


Wings!: Remastered Edition (2014)   (Additional Computography)
Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends (1993)   (Additional Art)


Rocket Ranger (1988)   (Voices)


Los Angeles SWAT (1986)   (With Thanks to)

Developer Biography

Randy Platt - Game Programmer - Cinemaware (1987-1991)

Lead Programmer/Co-Designer on the Amiga version of "It Came from the Desert" and its sequel "Antheads." Lead Programmer on the Atari ST (original) version of "SDI", and many others.

Randy Platt, who was hired on to work on SDI in 1987, was one of the first programmers to be hired at Cinemaware. He continued on within Cinemaware to work on some of the most well known titles from the company such as "Defender of the Crown", "Rocket Ranger", "TV Sports Football" and "Wings". He stayed with Cinemaware until 1991, after which he spent 7 years as a contractor for various companies on various projects for Commodore CDTV, Sega Genesis, PC and N64.

Interview with Randy Platt

Last updated: Jul 06, 2003

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