John Smyth

Moby ID: 467758

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John Smyth or John "the Brush" as he is also known, was born in 1946, in Blackheath, South East London, England. He worked for the studio Words & Pictures which designed gaming packaging for many companies of the era, notably Mastertronic and Melbourne House. He designed the Mastertronic mascot, "Mistertronic".

Credited on 68 games

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Cavemania (1992, Amiga) Cover Artwork
Kid Gloves II: The Journey Back (1992, Amiga) Cover Artwork
Necronom (1991, Amiga) Cover Artwork
Kid Gloves (1990, Atari ST) Cover Artwork
Spooky Castle (1990, Commodore 64) Cover Artwork
Cloud Kingdoms (1990, DOS) Package Artwork by
Dungeons, Amethysts, Alchemists 'n' Everythin' (1990, Atari ST) Cover Artwork
Superkid (1990, Commodore 64) Cover Artwork
Skate of the Art (1989, Amiga) Cover Artwork
Crossfire (1989, Commodore 64) Cover Artwork
Anarchy Zone (1988, BBC Micro) Cover Artwork
Super Trolley (1988, ZX Spectrum) Cover Artwork
Scumball (1988, Commodore 64) Cover Artwork
Teladon (1988, ZX Spectrum) Illustration
Gunfighter (1988, ZX Spectrum) Cover Artwork
League Challenge (1988, ZX Spectrum) Cover Artwork
Diamond (1988, ZX Spectrum) Illustration
Bad Street Brawler (1987, ZX Spectrum) Cover Artwork (Melbourne House)
How to be a Hero (1987, ZX Spectrum) Cover Artwork
Agent X II: The Mad Prof's Back! (1987, Amstrad CPC) Cover Artwork

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