Andreas Tadic

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Andreas Tadic is a Swedish game developer from Malmö, Sweden. He currently lives in Stockholm, Sweden where he is employed by Avalanche Studios as a Lead Programmer.

Andreas was one of developers of "Team 7" who in 1990 approached 17-Bit Software and formed what was then to become "Team 17" - the Amiga studio best known for games such as Alien Bred, Superfrog and Worms. He worked with Team 17 for 12 years before creating his own studio named "Custom Red Software Studios AB" in 2002, which he lead for almost 5 years. In 2007 he became employed by Avalanche Studios as an engine architect. During his six years with Avalanche, Andreas has worked on titles such as Just Cause, Renegade Ops and Mad Max. Since 2010 he has taken on the role as a Lead Programmer.

Credited on 23 games

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Mad Max (2015, Windows) Programming
Superfrog HD (2013, Windows) Here is a list of amazing Superheroes...
Alien Breed (2013, Android) Programming
Renegade Ops (2011, Windows) Lead Programmer
Alien Breed 3: Descent (2010, Windows) Extra Special Thanks to the original 1990-91 production team
Alien Breed 2: Assault (2010, Windows) Extra Special Thanks
Just Cause 2 (2010, Windows) Systems Programmer
Alien Breed: Evolution - Episode 1 (2009, Xbox 360) Extra Special Thanks
theHunter (2009, Windows) Programming
Commanders: Attack of the Genos (2008, Windows) Many thanks to...
ZenGems (2007, Windows) Special thanks to everyone who contributed
Worms Blast (2002, Windows) Programming
X2: No Relief (1996, PlayStation) Lead Code
Superfrog (1994, DOS) Programmers
Alien Breed: Tower Assault (1994, Amiga CD32) Alien Breed Original Concept
Body Blows (1993, Amiga) Extra Special Thanks To
Alien Breed II: The Horror Continues (1993, Amiga) Design
Alien Breed (1993, DOS) Original Game By
Project-X (1992, Amiga) Programming
Alien Breed: Special Edition 92 (1992, Amiga) Programmed

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