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Gilman Louie

aka: Gilman G. Louie
Moby ID: 3490

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Gilman Louie has been involved with the video game industry since 1982 when he founded Nexa Corporation.

He then became CEO of Sphere, Inc., Spectrum Holobyte and Microprose's Chairman of the Board. After that, Gilman was Chief Creative Officer for Hasbro Interactive, and a member of the Board of Directors of Wizards of the Coast.

Since then Gilman has been involved with investment companies providing funding and support for entrepreneurs. Along those lines, he founded the company In-Q-Tel. Most recently he partnered with Stewart Alsop to form Alsop Louie Partners in the San Francisco Bay area of California.

Credited on 35 games

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MechWarrior 3 (1999, Windows) Thanks
Falcon 4.0 (1998, Windows) Production
Mech Commander (1998, Windows) Special Thanks To
Top Gun: Fire at Will! (1996, PlayStation) Special Thanks
Star Trek: The Next Generation - "A Final Unity" (1995, DOS) Tactical Design Consultant
Falcon Gold (1994, DOS) Special Thanks
BreakThru! (1994, Windows 3.x) Special Thanks to
Iron Helix (1994, SEGA CD) Special thanks to
Star Trek: The Next Generation - Future's Past (1994, SNES) Special Thanks
MiG-29: Deadly Adversary of Falcon 3.0 (1993, DOS) Original Concept
TinHead (1993, Genesis) Special Thanks
National Lampoon's Chess Maniac 5 Billion and 1 (1993, DOS) Special Thanks To
Hornet: Naval Strike Fighter (1993, DOS) Original Concept
Falcon (1992, TurboGrafx-16) Additional Design Input from
Falcon 3.0: Operation: Fighting Tiger (1992, DOS) Original Concept
Wordtris (1991, DOS) American Version Design
Falcon 3.0 (1991, DOS) Original Design Concept
Vette! (1991, Macintosh) VETTE! Concept and Design
Super Tetris (1991, DOS) Original Design Concept
Crisis in the Kremlin (1991, DOS) Additional Design

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