Trip Hawkins

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William M. "Trip" Hawkins III was the CEO of Electronics Arts, Inc., which he founded in 1982. Prior to EA, he was the Director of Strategy and Marketing at Apple Computer in 1982.

In 1991, he co-founded 3DO. However, after Sony introduced the PlayStation in 1994, EA limited 3DO expansion, causing 3DO to eventually go bankrupt.

Hawkins was the CEO of the company Digital Chocolate, Inc., which he founded at the end of 2003. He left the role in May 2012.

Hawkins became a senior advisor to the board of directors at NativeX in March 2013. In December 2014 he was recruited by Skillz as a strategic advisor.

Hawkins also set up the company If You Can to create educational games in 2013.

Credited on 33 games

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Wilson's Heart (2017, Windows) Radio Personality
Cubix: Robots for Everyone - Showdown (2003, GameCube) Special Thanks
High Heat Major League Baseball 2004 (2003, Windows) Executive Director
High Heat Major League Baseball 2003 (2002, Windows) Consulting Designer
Shifters (2002, PlayStation 2) Very Special Thanks
Dragon Rage (2001, PlayStation 2) Special Thanks
High Heat Major League Baseball 2002 (2001, PlayStation) Consulting Designer
Jonny Moseley: Mad Trix (2001, PlayStation 2) Special Thanks
Portal Runner (2001, PlayStation 2) Creative Director
Army Men: World War (2000, PlayStation) Special Thanks
Sammy Sosa High Heat Baseball 2001 (2000, PlayStation) Consulting Designer
Army Men: Air Tactics (2000, Windows) Special Thanks
Sammy Sosa Softball Slam (2000, PlayStation) Special Thanks
Army Men: World War (2000, Windows) Special Thanks
Army Men: Sarge's Heroes 2 (2000, PlayStation) Special Thanks
Army Men: Air Attack (1999, PlayStation) Special Thanks
Army Men: Sarge's Heroes (1999, Nintendo 64) Designers
Army Men II (1999, Windows) Special Thanks
High Heat Baseball 2000 (1999, Windows) Special Thanks
Gulf War: Operation Desert Hammer (1999, Windows) Special Thanks

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source: Edge magazine (Issue 1/October 1993) - Pg.51

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