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Alexander Seropian

aka: Alex Seropian

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In May of 1991, Alexander Seropian founded Bungie Software and published Operation Desert Storm for the Macintosh, a meticulously researched tank-combat game. Shortly afterwards he teamed up with another gamer and computer junkie he met in an artificial intelligence class, Jason Jones, to publish his game, Minotaur: The Labyrinths of Crete. In the nineties the studio soon gained notoriety through the Marathon and Myth series.

In 2000 he negotiated the acquisition of Bungie by Microsoft and oversaw the development of Halo (2001), the flagship title for the launch of the Xbox console. Seropian left Bungie in August of 2002 and went on to found a new development studio, Wideload Games, in 2003.

The studio was acquired by Disney Interactive Studios in September 2009 and Seropian joined Disney to oversee the company's different development teams.

Credited on 27 games

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Halo: The Master Chief Collection (2014 on Xbox One) Thanks
TRON: Legacy (2010 on iPad) Special Thanks
Alice in Wonderland: An Adventure Beyond the Mirror (2010 on Zeebo) Special thanks
Octodad (2010 on Windows) Academic Advisors
Disney Guilty Party (2010 on Wii) Disney Special Thanks
TRON (2010 on iPhone) Special Thanks
Devil's Tuning Fork (2009 on Windows) Faculty Advisors
JellyCar 2 (2009 on iPhone) Special Thanks
Texas Cheat 'em (2009 on Windows) Executive Producer
'Splosion Man (2009 on Xbox 360) Special Thanks
The Maw (2009 on Windows) Special Thanks
Halo 2 (2007 on Windows) Special Thanks
Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse (2005 on Windows) Project Director
Halo: Combat Evolved (2001 on Xbox) Executive Producer
Oni (2001 on Windows) Executive Producer
Myth II: Chimera (1999 on Windows) The Voices of Chimera
Myth II: Soulblighter (1998 on Windows) Public Relations
Myth: The Fallen Lords (1997 on Windows) Packaging
Marathon Infinity (1996 on Macintosh) Documentation
Prime Target (1996 on Macintosh) Special thanks to

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Alexander Seropian
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