David Curtin

aka: Dave Curtin
Moby ID: 1289

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A graduate of Brigham Young University, David Curtin holds a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Electronics Engineering.

Dave began his career in the gaming industry in 1989 at Access Software Inc. as an assembly language programmer. He built a successful long-term relationship with Microsoft producing the Microsoft Golf series. He was Vice President of Research & Development when Microsoft bought Access in 1998.

As a Studio Manager at Microsoft Game Studios, Dave lead the development of numerous top PC and Xbox games including Amped: Freestyle Snowboarding, Top Spin and Links 2004 for the Xbox.

In 2007, Dave is working for BreakAway, Ltd. as their Vice President of Product Development.

Credited on 25 games

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Mean Streets + Martian Memorandum (2009, Windows) Programming
Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath (2008, Windows) VP of Product Development
Links 2004 (2003, Xbox) Salt Lake Games Management
Top Spin (2003, Xbox) Salt Lake Games Management Studio Manager
Amped 2 (2003, Xbox) Salt Lake Games Management Studio Manager
Links 2003: Championship Edition (2003, Windows) Studio Head
Inside Pitch 2003 (2003, Xbox) Studio Manager
Links 2003 (2002, Windows) Studio Head
Links 2001 (2001, Windows) Product Unit Manager
Links LS Classic (2001, Windows) Associate Product Unit Manager
Links LS 2000 (1999, Windows) Associate Product Manager
Tex Murphy: Overseer (1998, Windows) Executive Producers
Links OS/2 (1997, OS/2) Produced by
Microsoft Golf 3.0 (1996, Windows) Producer
The Pandora Directive (1996, DOS) Technical Director
Links LS: Legends in Sports - 1997 Edition (1996, DOS) Sentry Designer
Links 386 CD (1995, Macintosh) Producer
Microsoft Golf 2.0 (1995, Windows) Produced By
Under a Killing Moon (1994, DOS) Programmed by
Microsoft Golf: Multimedia Edition (1993, Windows 3.x) Produced by

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