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Treasure Hunter Credits


DesignLouis-Michel Desert
ScenarioLouis-Michel Desert
CoordinationAlexia Lang, Emmanuelle Krebs
Production supervisionPhilips Média, Jean-Claude Rocle, Armelle Loghmanian
PC programmingFrédéric Brutin, Stéphane Maruejouls
Mac programmingFrédéric Sarlin
Artistic managementLaurent Paigné, Martial Brard
Computer‑generated imagesMartial Brard, Laurent Gillet, Christophe Hamel, Stéphanie Lorenzi, Laurent Paigné, Claudine Roussard Vignes, Pierre Roux, Daniel Tequert, Jean-Marc Villeneuve, Roman Vincent
IllustrationsFrédéric Pinasseau, Pascal Poirier
Original musicFrederic Porte
Audio productionAnne Dévouassoux
Dialogue coachIgor Persan
Featuring the voices ofDaniel Bridgewater, Paul Bandey, Karel Beer, Kim Michelle Broderick, Nicholas Calderbank, Leslie Clack, Caroline Carr, Christian Erickson, Patty Hannock, Ian Marshall, Richard Temple
SoundGiovanni Mazza
RoughsValérie Feruglio
Reconstitutions of wrecksFrédéric Pinasseau, Emmanuelle Krebs
Historic modulesValérie Feruglio, Frédéric Pinasseau
DocumentationAnne Bertrand, Serge Olivier
TestsJean-Luc Hadi, Marco Habets, Raf Bongaerts, and their teams
TranslationLiam Gavin
AcknowledgementsPhilippe Bitoun, Isabelle Cordelier, Antoine Dominguez, Sandrine Houallet, Gabrielle Lesage, Eric Marradi, Jean-Baptiste Merland, Arnaud Muthelet, Norolanto Razafinimanana, Simon Thomas, David Verbeke
The Treasure Hunter team would, particularly like to thank the divers, and archaeologists of the Seahawk, for the documentation they so kindly supplied.

Iconography Credits

Two photos from the ”Malta” slide show are reproduced by kind permission of the French branch of the Order of Malta., The two submarines ”Cyana” and ”Nautile” are mentioned and represented by kind permission of Ifremer., (c) Arthephot ‑ Nimatallah, The Battle of Sound/1665/by W. Van de Velde - the Elder, (c) Arthephot - Henri Strierlin, Suleiman the Magnificent. Topkapi library - Istanbul, (c) Arthephot – Oronoz, Expedition to the Terceras Islands/1580, The Battle of Lepanto - Juan of Toledo, XVIIth century galleon, Map of the voyages of Christopher Columbus, Vasco Nunez de Balboa, Portolano by Joan Martinez/1587, The Invincible Armada, The port of Cadiz/by Braum George, Embarkation in the age of discovery, The Battle of Lepanto-Escena, (c) Photo Bulloz, Pierre d’Aubusson/the siege of Rhodes/XVth century. B.N., (c) Cine Plus, Poster for the film “The Maltese Falcon”, (c) Giraudon, The siege of Malta in 1565. Paris - Bibliothèque Nationale., Vasco da Gama and the Portuguese meeting the Indians. Museum of Caramulo, Philippe II/by Titian/Madrid - The Prado Museum., Christopher Columbus - Florence, The port of Seville/by Sanchez-Coello. Madrid - Museum of America, Vasco da Gama/Lisbon - Arquivo Nacional da Torre do Tombo, Magellan/by A.G. de Varese. Caprarola - Palazzo Farnese., Henri VIII/by Holbein the younger. Rome - Palazzo Barberini, The Taking of Acre. Chantilly - Condé Museum, The arrival of Barbary pirates/by Jan Luyken. Paris - Bibliothèque Nationale, Battle of the French frigate “La Vénus” and The British frigate “The Ceylon”/after Pierre Julien Gilbert. Paris - The Louvre, Map of the island of Madagascar. Paris - Bibliothèque Nationale, Ancient naval battle/by Guesnu Hilaire. Paris - Bibliothèque Nationale, View of Jerusalem/by Auguste de Forbin. Paris - The Louvre, Scene of war at the walls of Jerusalem. Padua - Capitular Library, Two crusaders of the Minutolo family. Naples - Duomo, A crusading Knight/by Antonio Canova. Nantes - Musée des Beaux-Arts, Wounded solder being treated in château. Venise - National Library. Marciana, Portrait of Mehmed II. Instanbul - Topkapi Museum, Equestrian statue of Emperor Charles V/ by Titian. Madrid - The Prado, Map of the island of Malta. Rome - Vatican, Women treating the wounded/by F.J.B. Mayno. Madrid - The Prado., Redbeard/by Nigari/Istanbul - Topkapi Museum, “Roman de Godfrey de Bouillon”/ the Army of Saladin. Paris - Bibliothèque Nationale, “Roman de Godfrey de Bouillon”/ Setting sail for the Crusades/Paris - Bibliothèque Nationale, Horseman shooting with bow. Istanbul - Topkapi Museum, Saint John receiving the book. Chantilly - Condé Museum, “Cas des nobles hommes et femmes”. Paris - Arsenal Library, (c) Alinari‑Seat‑Giraudon, Naval battle near Cephalonia. Mortara - Cathedral of San Lorenzo., (c) Bridgeman‑Giraudon, The Armada/by N. Hilliard. Londres - Society of Apothecaries, Christopher Columbus being received by Ferdinand and Isabella/by Deveria. Clermont-Ferrand - Bargoin Museum, Departure from Lisbon/by Théodore de Bry. Vincennes - French Navy History Department, Equestrian portrait of Francis I. Chantilly - Condé Museum, Tapestry of the coronation of Charles V. Besançon - Temps Museum, Jean de la Valette - Grand Master of the Order of Malta. Château de Versailles, Naval battle of Goulette/by J.A.T. Gudin. Château de Versailles, The miser’s treasure. Valenciennes - Musée des Beaux Arts, The Gibbet/by Pierre Luc Charles Ciceri. Paris - Library of the Opera., The landing on the island of Malta/ de Motte; Gudin et Grenier. Paris - Bibliothèque Nationale, (c) Viollet Collection, Captain of corsair on Algerian coast/by A.M. Wolffgang, Arudj Barbarossa/by C. Motte after Deveria, Khays al-Din/known as Barbarossa II/by C. Motte after Deveria, Map of the Antilles in 1844, XVIth century pirate, Antoine Furet ‑ corsair, “Up and at ‘em!”, Sardinian peasants kidnapped by Barbary pirates, Red Sea pirates/by Horace Castelli and Pouget, Rhodes ‑ overall view, Rhodes - rampart and Saint Peter’s gate, Galley/drawing by Pierre Puget. The Louvre, Turks besieging the crusaders. The siege of Rhodes, Templar on horseback. Bibliothèque Nationale, (c) Photo Viollet, Jean David Nau/known as l’Olonnais. B.N., (c) Roger‑Viollet, Villiers de l’Isle Adam, Freebooters torturing prisoners, Madagascan fighter/by Gérome, Jerusalem/German manuscript. Rome - Library of V. Emmanuel II, Knights’ crak ‑ Syria, (c) Boyer‑Viollet, French buccaneer, (c)Keystone, All the illustrations in “The Book of Steamers”

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.

Paul Bandey, 65 other games
Pierre Roux, 56 other games
Jean-Luc Hadi, 53 other games
Jean-Baptiste Merland, 47 other games
Christian Erickson, 46 other games
Martial Brard, 41 other games
Leslie Clack, 22 other games
Roman Vincent, 17 other games
Ian Marshall, 17 other games
Anne Dévouassoux, 16 other games
Kim Michelle Broderick, 15 other games
Serge Olivier, 15 other games
Christophe Hamel, 15 other games
Sandrine Houallet, 12 other games
Alexia Lang, 12 other games
Eric Marradi, 12 other games
Nicholas Calderbank, 9 other games
Philippe Bitoun, 9 other games
Frédéric Sarlin, 8 other games
Giovanni Mazza, 8 other games
Armelle Loghmanian, 8 other games
Laurent Paigné, 7 other games
Claudine Roussard Vignes, 7 other games
Liam Gavin, 6 other games
Frédéric Brutin, 6 other games


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

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Atlantis: Das sagenhafte Abenteuer (Deluxe-Edition), a group of 8 people
Atlantis: The Lost Tales, a group of 8 people
Egypt 1156 B.C.: Tomb of the Pharaoh, a group of 8 people
The Sacred Amulet, a group of 7 people
Ubik, a group of 6 people
Saga: Rage of the Vikings, a group of 5 people
Black Moon Chronicles, a group of 5 people
The New Adventures of the Time Machine, a group of 5 people
The Raven Project, a group of 5 people
Salammbo: Battle for Carthage, a group of 5 people
Arthur's Knights: Tales of Chivalry, a group of 4 people
Dreams to Reality, a group of 4 people
Arthur's Knights II: The Secret of Merlin, a group of 4 people
The Mystery of the Nautilus, a group of 4 people
Curse of Atlantis: Thorgal's Quest, a group of 4 people
Omikron: The Nomad Soul, a group of 4 people
Dragon Riders: Chronicles of Pern, a group of 4 people
Zero Zone, a group of 4 people
Persian Wars, a group of 4 people
Dracula 3: The Path of the Dragon, a group of 4 people
The Egyptian Prophecy, a group of 4 people
Beyond Atlantis II, a group of 4 people
Beyond Atlantis, a group of 4 people

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