R. Scott Morrison

aka: Scott Morrison
Moby ID: 18312

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Scott Morrison, Vice President of Marketing, joined IT (Incredible Technologies) in 1987 as an artist and game designer.

Morrison had been in the video game industry since 1981 as an artist and designer on numerous coin-op games. Currently Morrison coordinates all marketing efforts for IT, including the International Tournament System. Due to his art and design background, Morrison continues to contribute to the design and development of many of the products created at IT. Morrison earned a B.F.A. degree in graphic design from the University of Illinois at Urbana.

(Source: http://www.itsgames.com/AboutUs/)

Credited on 25 games

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Peter Jacobsen's Golden Tee Golf (2000, PlayStation) Special Thanks
Peter Jacobsen’s Golden Tee '98 (1998, Arcade) In Alphabetical Order
Peter Jacobsen's Golden Tee '97 (1997, Arcade) In Alphabetical Order
World Class Bowling (1997, Arcade) Game Art
Arcade's Greatest Hits: The Midway Collection 2 (1997, Windows) Special Thanks To
Golden Tee 3D Golf (1995, Arcade) In Alphabetical Order
Street Fighter: The Movie (1995, Arcade) Artists
BloodStorm (1994, Arcade) Art
Golden Tee Golf II (1992, Arcade) Creative Direction
Golden Par Golf (1992, Arcade) Creative Direction
Time Killers (1992, Arcade) The Time Killers Staff
Peggle (1991, Arcade) Game Concept
Snow Strike (1990, Atari ST) Snow strike game design
Disney's Duck Tales: The Quest for Gold (1990, DOS) Game Design by
Battle Royale (1990, TurboGrafx-16) Logo Artwork
Hot Shots Tennis (1990, Arcade) Cabinet/Logo
Golden Tee Golf (1990, Arcade) Creative Direction
Grave Yardage (1989, DOS) Creator
The Three Stooges (1988, Commodore 64) Producers
Capcom Bowling (1988, Arcade) High Scores

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