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Tanguy Dewavrin

Game Credits


Phantom: Covert Ops (2020)   (Prop Artist)
Way of the Dogg (2013)   (Art)
All Zombies Must Die! (2011)   (Art Director)
Burn, Zombie Burn! (2009)   (Lead Art)
South Park: Let's Go Tower Defense Play! (2009)   (Art Director)
Nucleus (2008)   (Lead Art)
Geometry Wars: Galaxies (2007)   (Project Art)
M.A.C.H.: Modified Air Combat Heroes (2007)   (Art)
Catwoman (2004)   (Art Team)
Malice (2004)   (Senior Artists)
I-Ninja (2003)   (Lead Artists)
Deus (1996)   (Graphics / Artwork)


Strike Suit Zero (2013)   (Special Thanks)
Top Gun: Hard Lock (2012)   (Special Thanks)
The House of the Dead: Overkill (2009)   (Headstrong Special Thanks)
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001)   (Special Thanks)

Developer Biography

Tanguy Dewavrin started as a trainee games artist in France, at Cryo in 1994 (Hardline), then Silmarils in 1995 (Deus) and back to Cryo in 1996 (Barb Wire, Atlantis and various other contributions). In 1997, he moved to the UK to work at Simtex on XLR8. He joined Argonaut in 1998 as a Senior Artist on Malice, then Lead Artist on I-Ninja. He also contributed to Catwoman, as well as various pitches including the original Harry Potter PS1 game. From 2005 to 2007, Lead Artist at Kuju on MACH, Nucleus and Geometry wars Galaxies. Studio Art Director at doublesix since 2008, releasing Iron Man Aerial Assault (iPhone), Burn, Zombie, Burn! (PS3) and South Park (Xbox360). Then contributed to Top Gun (PS3), Geometry Wars (iPhone and iPad), All Zombies Must Die! (PSN, Xbox360, PC), Who Wants to be a Millionaire (PSN, Xbox360, PC) and Strike Suit Zero (WIP). Moved on to Brighton at the beginning of Echo Peak in February 2012, where he is was the Art Director on Way of The Dogg. Set up Atom Republic in 2012.

Last updated: Jul 31, 2014

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