Arjan Brussee

Moby ID: 3116

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Arjan Brussee was one of the first democoders to become a successful software developer for a large game publisher, Epic Megagames. Arjan started off as a coder in legendary demo group Ultra Force, and around 1993 went to work for Epic on the shareware game Jazz Jackrabbit. His work since includes Jazz Jackrabbit 2 (with music by Straylight Productions) and contributions to numerous products, including but not limited to late-1999 strategy game Age of Wonders.

Brusee co-founded Guerrilla Games. He left the company in 2012 to join Visceral Games where he worked as an executive producer on Battlefield Hardline. In 2014 Brussee founded a new studio, Boss Key Productions, with Cliff Bleszinski.

Credited on 23 games

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The 7th Guest VR (2023, Windows) Special Thanks
Fortnite (2018, iPhone) Designed, Developed, and Published by Epic Games
LawBreakers (2017, PlayStation 4) Co-Founders
Horizon: Zero Dawn (2017, PlayStation 4) Special Thanks
Battlefield: Hardline (2015, Windows) Thanks to
Killzone: Shadow Fall (2013, PlayStation 4) Special Thanks
Medal of Honor: Warfighter (2012, Xbox 360) Special Thanks
Killzone 3 (2011, PlayStation 3) Management
Killzone 2 (2009, PlayStation 3) Development Director
Killzone: Liberation (2006, PSP) Development Director
Shellshock: Nam '67 (2004, Windows) Development Director
Killzone (2004, PlayStation 2) Development Director
Age of Wonders (1999, Windows) Special Thanks To
Tyrian 2000 (1999, DOS) Special Thanks To
Jazz Jackrabbit 2: The Secret Files (1999, Windows) Lead Programmer
Battery Check (1998, Windows) Programming (Programeerwerk)
Jazz Jackrabbit 2 (1998, Windows) Lead Programming
D.O.G: Fight For Your Life (1997, DOS) Game Design
Jazz Jackrabbit: Holiday Hare 1995 (1995, DOS) Programmer
Tyrian (1995, DOS) Special Thanks To

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