1830: Railroads & Robber Barons Credits


Lead ProgrammingRuss Williams
Additional ProgrammingEric Brown
ArtSteven Ray Austin, Jeff Dee, Patrick Owens, George Edward Purdy
Additional ArtEric Brown, Russ Williams
DesignStephen Barcia
Music ProducerGeorge Alistair Sanger
ComposerDavid Govett
Production CoordinatorsPhyllis Opolko, Jim Rose, Robert E. Waters
Player Aid PosterJoe Amoral, Charles Kibler, Stephen Langmead, Robert E. Waters
Camera PreparationLou Velenovsky
Printing CoordinationJoseph Widener
DocumentationRobert E. Waters, Russ Williams
Cover ArtKurt Miller
Playtest CoordinatorMike Mead
Printing and PackagingMonarch Services Inc.
Playtesting TeamEvan Axelrad, Kar Born, John Bruns, Kenneth Burd, Don Gilmore, Donald Greenwood, Elliot Kravitz, Walter O'Horn, Vince Richardson, Lee Snaples, Christian Gates Spies, Peter T. Szymonik, Robert Trotman, Marty Ward, Ken Whitesell
Initial Options Screen PhotoThe crew poses with Engine No. 210 of the Old Colony Railroad at Taunton - Mass. in 1884
The "Stock Market Opens" & the "Stock Market is Closed" IllustrationsAdapted from an engraving from either Harpers Weekly - Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper or;, William Worthington Fowler ("10 Years in Wall Street" - The Illustration depicts Wall Street in 1866), John Steele Gordon ("The Scarlet Woman of Wall Street" - Widenfield & Nicolson - NY 1988)
The "Bank Breaks" IllustrationMarshall B. Davidson ("New York: A Pictoral History" - Based upon a photograph taken in the fall of 1907 during a bank panic with worried depositors swarming the streets)

Other Games

In addition to this game, the following people are listed as working on other games. No more than 25 people are listed here, even if there are more than 25 people who have also worked on other games.

George Alistair Sanger, 135 other games
Charles Kibler, 67 other games
Jim Rose, 48 other games
David Govett, 41 other games
Stephen Langmead, 40 other games
Kurt Miller, 40 other games
Phyllis Opolko, 38 other games
Jeff Dee, 25 other games
Joe Amoral, 19 other games
Robert E. Waters, 16 other games
Eric Brown, 9 other games
Kenneth Burd, 9 other games
Stephen Barcia, 9 other games
Lou Velenovsky, 8 other games
Donald Greenwood, 6 other games
Peter T. Szymonik, 6 other games
Patrick Owens, 5 other games
Steven Ray Austin, 4 other games
George Edward Purdy, 3 other games
Elliot Kravitz, 3 other games


People who have worked on this game have also collaborated on the creation of the following games:

Flight Commander 2, a group of 9 people
Master of Magic, a group of 8 people
Kingmaker, a group of 7 people
Operation Crusader, a group of 6 people
Master of Orion, a group of 6 people
Master of Orion II: Battle at Antares, a group of 6 people
Wooden Ships & Iron Men, a group of 5 people
This Means War!, a group of 5 people
Talonsoft's 12 O'Clock High: Bombing the Reich, a group of 5 people
Battleground 3: Waterloo , a group of 5 people
Europe in Flames, a group of 5 people
World at War: Volume II - Stalingrad, a group of 5 people
Battleground 4: Shiloh, a group of 5 people
Hidden & Dangerous, a group of 5 people
Battleground 7: Bull Run, a group of 4 people
Battle of Britain, a group of 4 people
Tribal Rage, a group of 4 people
Advanced Civilization, a group of 4 people
History of the World, a group of 4 people
Battleground 6: Napoleon in Russia, a group of 4 people
TalonSoft's East Front: Campaign CD 1, a group of 4 people
TalonSoft's Rising Sun, a group of 4 people
Battleground 8: Prelude to Waterloo, a group of 4 people
TalonSoft's West Front, a group of 4 people
Norm Koger's The Operational Art of War III, a group of 4 people

Credits for this game were contributed by Elliot Kravitz (17), Ray Soderlund (3609) and Indra was here (20930)