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Ken Rogoway

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Ken Rogoway started programming games in 1982 for Creative Software. He is currently working at Terminal Reality on Ghostbusters for the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC.

Other games he has worked on include:

Creative Software - 1982 to 1983

Spitball - C64 Cartridge

Crisis Mountain - Vic20 Cartridge

Epyx - 1986 to 1988

Rescue On Fractalus - Tandy Color Computer

Koronis Rift - Tandy Color Computer

World Games - Apple II

Winter Games - Apple II

California Games - IBM PC

Homebrew Software - 1992 to 1994

Gateworld - PC

GORG - PC

Rallo - PC

The Learning Company - 1994

Reader Rabbit 2 - Windows

Reader Rabbit 2 CD Deluxe - Windows

Illumina Productions - 1995 to 1997

Congo - Windows

Congo - Mac

Backstage - Windows

Quaternity - Windows

Metro Games (Kiosk games) - 1998 to 1999

SouthPeak Interactive - 1999

Imagynasium - Windows

Paradigm Entertainment - 2001 to 2003

Terminator: Dawn of Fate - PS2, Xbox

T3: Redemption - PS2, Xbox

Terminal Reality - 2004 to 2005

BloodRayne 2: PS2, Xbox, PC

Aeon Flux: PS2, Xbox

LucasArts - 2005 to 2006

Star Wars - The Force Unleased: PS3, Xbox 360

Terminal Reality - 2006 to present

Ghostbusters: PS3, Xbox 360, PC

Credited on 19 games

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Ghostbusters: The Video Game - Remastered (2019, Windows) Additional Programming
Chuck's Challenge 3D (2014, Windows) Contributors
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed - Ultimate Sith Edition (2009, Windows) Special Thanks
Ghostbusters: The Video Game (2009, Windows) Additional Programming
Æon Flux (2005, Xbox) Lead Programmer
BloodRayne 2 (2004, PlayStation 2) Lead Programmer
The Terminator: Dawn of Fate (2002, PlayStation 2) System Engineers
Flynn Sprint (1996, DOS) Also deserving mention!
Operation Carnage (1996, DOS) Thanks to
Rollin (1995, DOS) Thanks To
Congo: The Movie - Descent into Zinj (1995, Windows 3.x) Additional Engine Programming
Flying Tigers (1994, DOS) Additional Thanks
SuperHer (1994, Windows 3.x) We both did the storyline and comedy. Much thanks to
Rallo Gump (1994, DOS) Programmer
Gateworld: The Home Planet (1993, DOS) Programming
California Games (1988, DOS) IBM Version by
Koronis Rift (1987, TRS-80 CoCo) Programmer
Rescue on Fractalus! (1987, TRS-80 CoCo) Programmer
Spitball (1983, Commodore 64) By

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