Bruce Carver

Moby ID: 1084

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Carver, along with his brother Roger and his friend Chris Jones, founded the Salt Lake City-based Access Software back in 1982. He began to produce titles such as Beach Head 1 and 2 and Raid over Moscow on the C64. In the 90's Access created the golf simulation series Links and moved on to produce early PC CD-ROM titles such as Under A Killing Moon in 1994.

The company was acquired by Microsoft in 1999. Carver left in 2003 to pursue new interests, including construction and large-screen golf simulation projects.

He died of cancer on the 28th of December, 2005 at the age of 57. At that time he was survived by his mother Mary, his wife Lenna, three sons, three daughters and 16 grandchildren.

Credited on 31 games

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God of War: Ragnarök (2022, PlayStation 4) Featured Performers
Mean Streets + Martian Memorandum (2009, Windows) Produced by
Links 2001 (2001, Windows) Game Designer / Creative Director
Links LS Classic (2001, Windows) Product Unit Manager
Links LS 2000 (1999, Windows) Product Unit Manager
Tex Murphy: Overseer (1998, Windows) Special Thanks to
Links OS/2 (1997, OS/2) A special 'thank you' to those who contributed to the creation of the Links 386 Pro program, which was the inspiration for this program
Links LS: 1998 Edition (1997, Windows) Executive Producer
Links LS: Legends in Sports - 1997 Edition (1996, DOS) PRODUCER
Links 386 CD (1995, DOS) Computer Graphics by
Microsoft Golf 2.0 (1995, Windows) Graphics
Under a Killing Moon (1994, DOS) Documentation
Microsoft Golf: Multimedia Edition (1993, Windows 3.x) Graphics
Microsoft Golf (1992, Windows 3.x) Graphics
Links 386 Pro (1992, DOS) Graphics and Animation by
Countdown (1990, DOS) Flashbacks
Links: The Challenge of Golf (1990, DOS) Level / Scenario Design
Crime Wave (1990, DOS) Produced by
Mean Streets (1989, Commodore 64) Produced and Directed by
Heavy Metal (1989, DOS) Game Designers

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