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Oleg Maddox

aka: Олег Медокс

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Oleg Maddox is one of Russia's most famous game developers. He started his career in the Soviet military-industrial complex, working as an aircraft engineer and managing a top-secret construction bureau responsible for still classified systems on Soviet military jets. After the fall of the Soviet Union, Oleg started several successful business, one of them being a video game developer Maddox Games. Initially responsible for a several of the best-selling first-person shooters, by the late nineties Oleg and switched Maddox Games to flight simulations - a great way for him to combine the love for WWII aviation, and his new video game business.

In 2001 Oleg's first flight sim, Il-2 Sturmovik, became an instant classic, a benchmark that redefined the genre and began the most successful combat flight simulation franchise for the PC. As of 2007, Oleg is working on the next generation flight simulation engine titled Storm of War, with the first title in the series, Battle of Britain, slated for release in late 2007.

Credited on 15 games

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Wings of Prey (2009 on Windows) Head of 1C:Maddox Games
IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey (2009 on PSP) Special Thanks
IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey (2009 on Nintendo DS) Special Thanks
IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey (2009 on PlayStation 3) Lead Designer
Theatre of War (2006 on Windows) Many thanks to the developers of the 'IL-2: Shtormovik' series
Pacific Fighters (2004 on Windows) Special Thanks
Battle over Europe (2004 on Windows) Thanks to
IL-2 Sturmovik: Forgotten Battles (2003 on Windows) Head of 1C: Maddox Games, Lead Designer, Head of Game Development Department of 1C Company
IL-2 Sturmovik (2001 on Windows) Head of 1C:Maddox Games
Z.A.R. (1998 on Windows) Producers
Stormfighter (1996 on DOS) Design
15 x 15 (1996 on DOS) Music
Out of This World (1995 on Windows 3.x) Music by
Moscow Nights (1993 on DOS) Sound
Izuchaem Chasy! (1992 on DOS) Music by

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