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Fernando Velez

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Fernando Velez was the co-founder of the French game development studio VD-dev (formerly Velez & Dubail and Digital Concept). He passed away on 22nd June 2016 at the age of 46.

Credited on 18 games

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Rise: Race the Future (2018 on Windows) Lead Programmers
Driver: Renegade (2011 on Nintendo 3DS) Engine and Gameplay Programming
C.O.P.: The Recruit (2009 on Nintendo DS) Gameplay Programming
Driv3r (2005 on Game Boy Advance) A Game Developed By
Astérix & Obélix XXL (2004 on Game Boy Advance) Developed by
Stuntman (2003 on Game Boy Advance) Development: External Production
V-Rally 3 (2002 on Game Boy Advance) Development External Production
Test Drive: Le Mans (2000 on Game Boy Color) Game Development
Wacky Races (2000 on Game Boy Color) Programmed by
Supercross Freestyle (2000 on Game Boy Color) Developed by
V-Rally: Championship Edition (1999 on Game Boy Color) Developed by
The Smurfs' Nightmare (1999 on Game Boy Color) Developed by
Looney Tunes: Carrot Crazy (1998 on Game Boy Color) Developed by
Lucky Luke (1996 on Game Boy) Design
Jurassic Park Part 2: The Chaos Continues (1994 on Game Boy) Code
Mr. Nutz (1994 on Game Boy) Code
Jim Power: The Lost Dimension in 3D (1993 on SNES) Game Design
Jim Power in "Mutant Planet" (1992 on Atari ST) Original Idea

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Fernando Velez
circa 2016
source: vd-dev.com

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