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Noah Falstein got his start in the computer game industry in 1980 with a job at Milton Bradley's Advanced Research Division. Since then he has contributed to over 40 games, including several bestselling and critical hits. Among his best known games are the Arcade classic Sinistar from Williams Electronics (1983), PHM Pegasus from Lucasfilm Games (1986), Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade from Lucasfilm Games (1989), and Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis, LucasArts Entertainment (1992).
As one of the first ten employees at Lucasfilm Games (LucasArts), The 3DO Company, and Dreamworks Interactive, Falstein has taken a leading role in launching major game companies. He has worked as a programmer, project leader, producer, executive producer, and creative director.
For 17 years, Falstein ran The Inspiracy, a game design consulting firm established in 1996. The Inspiracy has provided game design and production experience to companies as diverse as Disney Interactive, Dreamworks Interactive, Totally Games, Humongous Entertainment, Cavedog, Sega, Mattel, Intel, and Shell Oil.
In recent years he has been working increasingly in the Serious Games field as a designer and producer on projects that use game techniques and technology for purposes other than entertainment. This work includes medical, corporate, and military simulations and training titles. Falstein is also on the advisory boards for the Serious Games Summit and the Games for Health conference, and from 2002 to 2008 wrote the design column in Game Developer Magazine.
Currently he is Chief Game Designer at Google.
Credited on 58 games
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|Return to Monkey Island (2022 on Windows)||Extra Special Thanks|
|Thimbleweed Park (2017 on Windows)||Play Testing by|
|Day of the Tentacle: Remastered (2016 on Windows)||The Team would like to thank|
|Legend of Kay: Anniversary (2015 on Windows)||FMV Script|
|Scurvy Scallywags (2014 on Android)||Special Thanks|
|Rube Works: The Official Rube Goldberg Invention Game (2014 on Android)||Additional Game Design|
|Game of Thrones (2012 on Windows)||Thanks to|
|Alan Wake (2012 on Windows)||Special Thanks|
|Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge - Special Edition (2010 on PlayStation 3)||Goofy Pun Consultant|
|Alan Wake (2010 on Xbox 360)||For their contribution to the project|
|The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition (2009 on iPhone)||Additional Design|
|Medal of Honor (2009 on PSP)||Special Thanks|
|Mata Hari (2008 on Windows)||Story & Design|
|ParaWorld (2006 on Windows)||Game Design Consultant|
|Re-Mission (2006 on Windows)||Special Thanks|
|Star Wars: Empire at War (2006 on Windows)||Production Consultant|
|SpaceStationSim (2005 on Windows)||Associate Game Designer|
|Legend of Kay (2005 on PlayStation 2)||FMV Script|
|Return to Mysterious Island (2004 on Windows)||Special Thanks to|
|AquaNox 2: Revelation (2003 on Windows)||Special thanks for supporting us|
[ full credits ]
- 27 games with George Lucas
- 21 games with Ron Gilbert
- 16 games with David B. Fox
- 15 games with Aric Wilmunder
- 15 games with Gary Winnick
- 15 games with Doug Glen
- 15 games with Steve Arnold
- 14 games with Mark Shepard
- 13 games with Meredith Cahill
- 12 games with Judith Lucero
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