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Michael Alexander

aka: Mikey Alexander, Mike Alexander
Moby ID: 52789

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Mikey Alexander was in the game business from June 1989 through December 1998. He worked for the Consumer Division of Atari Games (known as Tengen/Time Warner Interactive/Midway Games), programming sports games & ports.

At the end of 1998, he left the industry because of the high demands during the summer to prepare for holiday releases.

Credited on 16 games

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California Speed (1999, Nintendo 64) Special Thanks
Rush 2: Extreme Racing USA (1998, Nintendo 64) Programmers
Olympic Hockey 98 (1998, Nintendo 64) Special Thanks to
San Francisco Rush: Extreme Racing (1997, Nintendo 64) Programmers
Flight Unlimited II (1997, Windows) Looking Glass Management
Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey (1996, Nintendo 64) Programmers
Time Warner Interactive's VR Virtua Racing (1995, SEGA Saturn) Programming
RBI Baseball '95 (1995, SEGA 32X) Programming
Dick Vitale's "Awesome, Baby!" College Hoops (1994, Genesis) Programming
R.B.I. Baseball '94 (1994, Genesis) Programming
R.B.I. Baseball '93 (1993, Genesis) .
Dragon's Revenge (1993, Genesis) Additional Programming
R.B.I. Baseball 4 (1992, Genesis) Programmers
R.B.I. Baseball 3 (1991, NES) Programmers
R.B.I. Baseball 2 (1990, NES) Programmers
Toobin' (1989, NES) Thanks to

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