Robert A. Whitehead

aka: Bob Whitehead, Robert Whitehead
Moby ID: 167861

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Bob Whitehead was hired by Atari in 1977 as one of their first programmers of the Atari 2600.

In 1979, Bob Whitehead teamed up with leading game designers David Crane, Larry Kaplan and Alan Miller and joined Jim Levy, a record industry executive, to form the legendary company Activision.

In 1984, he co-founded Accolade together with Alan Miller. After becoming VP of Product Development at the company, Whitehead no longer did any game design or programming.

Credited on 20 games

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Activision Hits Remixed (2006, PSP) An Incredibly Huge Thanks To
Activision Anthology: Remix Edition (2003, Windows) Incredibly Huge Thanks
Activision Anthology (2002, PlayStation 2) An Incredibly Huge Thanks to
Jack Nicklaus 6: Golden Bear Challenge (1999, Windows) This game is dedicated to the memory of
Universal Soldier (1992, Game Boy) Special Thanks To
4th & Inches Team Construction Disk (1988, Amiga) Designed by
4th & Inches (1988, Apple IIgs) Designed by
HardBall! (1986, Macintosh) Original Design by
Private Eye (1984, Atari 2600) Program
Stampede (1982, Intellivision) Design
Sky Jinks (1982, Atari 2600) programmer
Chopper Command (1982, Atari 2600) Conceived and designed by
Boxing (1980, Atari 2600) Conceived and designed by
Skiing (1980, Atari 2600) Programmer
Video Chess (1979, Atari 2600) Programmer
Football (1978, Atari 2600) Programmed by
Casino (1978, Atari 2600) Programmer
Home Run (1978, Atari 2600) Programmed by
Star Ship (1977, Atari 2600) Programmer
Blackjack (1977, Atari 2600) Programmed by

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