Fernando Velez

Moby ID: 102800

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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, Windows) Lead Programmers
Driver: Renegade (2011, Nintendo 3DS) Engine and Gameplay Programming
C.O.P.: The Recruit (2009, Nintendo DS) Engine Programming
Driv3r (2005, Game Boy Advance) A Game Developed By
Astérix & Obélix XXL (2004, Game Boy Advance) Developed by
Stuntman (2003, Game Boy Advance) Development: External Production
V-Rally 3 (2002, Game Boy Advance) Development External Production
Test Drive: Le Mans (2000, Game Boy Color) Game Development
Supercross Freestyle (2000, Game Boy Color) Developed by
Wacky Races (2000, Game Boy Color) Programmed by
Lucky Luke (1999, Game Boy Color) Developed by
V-Rally: Championship Edition (1998, Game Boy) Developed by
Looney Tunes: Carrot Crazy (1998, Game Boy Color) Developed by
The Smurfs' Nightmare (1997, Game Boy) Developed by
Jurassic Park Part 2: The Chaos Continues (1994, Game Boy) Code
Mr. Nutz (1994, Game Boy) Code
Jim Power: The Lost Dimension in 3D (1993, DOS) Original Concept
Jim Power in "Mutant Planet" (1992, Atari ST) Original Idea

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