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Matt Small

Game Credits


Riptide GP: Renegade (2016)   (Design)
Beach Buggy Racing (2014)   (Creative Director)
Riptide GP 2 (2013)   (Creative Direction)
Beach Buggy Blitz (2012)   (Creative Director)
Hydro Thunder: Hurricane (2010)   (Creative Director)


Riptide GP: Renegade (2016)   (Art Direction)
Riptide GP 2 (2013)   (Art)
Beach Buggy Blitz (2012)   (Art)
Hydro Thunder: Hurricane (2010)   (Lead Artist)
Spore (2008)   (Artist)
Spore Creature Creator (2008)   (Artist)
The Godfather: Blackhand Edition (2007)   (Art)
The Godfather: The Game (2006)   (Additional Environment Team)
007: From Russia with Love (2005)   (Lead Environment Artists)
Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone (2004)   (Additional Environment Art)
The Lord of the Rings: The Third Age (2004)   (Modelers)
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)   (Environment Artists)
Blood Wake (2001)   (Lead Artists)
Babyz: Your Virtual Bundle of Joy (1999)   (Artist Emeritus)
Hot Wheels: Turbo Racing (1999)   (Art Team Leaders)
Head Rush (1998)   (Segue Animation)


Hydro Thunder: Hurricane (2010)   (Voices)


Catz II: Your Virtual Petz (1997)   (Interface & Toy Production)
Dogz II: Your Virtual Petz (1997)   (Toys Modeler & Artist)

Developer Biography

Matt Small began his career as a digital artist in the early nineties creating animated screen savers like After Dark 3.0 and The Simpsons Screen Saver for Berkeley Systems.

After a stint as an independent art contractor, he joined Stormfront Studios in 1998, where he worked on a number of projects as a senior and lead artist, including teaming up with Ralf Knoesel on Hot Wheels: Turbo Racing, Blood Wake, and Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.

In 2003 Matt left Stormfront to join Electronic Arts Redwood Shores, where he led teams of artists on Lord of the Rings: The Third Age, The Godfather: The Game, and 007: From Russia with Love. In 2006, he transferred to EA Emeryville to join the Spore team.

In December 2007 Matt left EA to co-found Vector Unit Inc.. The studio's first title, the arcade boat racer Hydro Thunder Hurricane, was released on XBLA in the summer of 2010.

Last updated: Jul 30, 2010