Glen R. Dahlgren
aka: Glen Dahlgren
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Glen Dahlgren is currently acting as the Design Director for Super-Ego Games, providing design for character-rich, story-based game content. Before coming to Super-Ego Games, Glen worked at Perpetual Entertainment as the Design Director on the high-profile project Star Trek Online, the first massively multiplayer game set in the Star Trek universe.
From 1990 to 2004, he operated in key positions within Legend Entertainment Company, a critically-acclaimed PC game development house owned by Atari Games Inc. Prior to his appointment to studio-wide Creative Director, Mr. Dahlgren personally led the design and production efforts for such award-winning games as Unreal 2: the Awakening, The Wheel of Time, and Death Gate—and in doing so, engineered Legend’s transformation from an adventure-game design studio to a premier Unreal technology-powered First Person Shooter developer.
Mr. Dahlgren has also contributed to at least ten additional titles while at Legend in the capacities of writer, designer, producer, art director, voice director, programmer, and music composer. He received a B.S. from Penn State University with a 4.0 Major GPA; in addition to the Computer Science major, this education provided high level studies in English, Literature, and Theatre.
Credited on 26 games
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|Fieldrunners (2010, J2ME)||Production|
|Unreal II: The Awakening (2003, Windows)||Project Director|
|The Wheel of Time (1999, Windows)||Design|
|Callahan's Crosstime Saloon (1997, DOS)||Ralph's Story Implementation|
|Star Control 3 (1996, DOS)||Additional Scripting|
|Mission Critical (1995, DOS)||Help System|
|Death Gate (1994, DOS)||Design|
|Companions of Xanth (1993, DOS)||Other System Programming|
|Gateway II: Homeworld (1993, DOS)||Producer|
|Eric the Unready (1993, DOS)||Additional Programming|
|Steve Meretzky's Spellcasting 301: Spring Break (1992, DOS)||AdLibmasters|
|Frederik Pohl's Gateway (1992, DOS)||Producer|
|Photon (1991, TRS-80 CoCo)||Produced by|
|Timequest (1991, DOS)||System Programming|
|Spellcasting 201: The Sorcerer's Appliance (1991, DOS)||System Programming|
|In Quest of the Star Lord (1989, TRS-80 CoCo)||Copyrighted 1988 by|
|Kyum-Gai: To Be Ninja (1989, TRS-80 CoCo)||Created by|
|Warrior King (1988, TRS-80 CoCo)||Created by|
|Hall of the King III: The Earthstone Revealed (1987, TRS-80 CoCo)||Copyrighted 1987 by|
|Kung-Fu Dude (1987, TRS-80 CoCo)||Created by|
[ full credits ]
- 13 games with Mark Poesch
- 13 games with Duane Beck
- 13 games with Paul Mock
- 12 games with Michael Verdu
- 11 games with Michael Lindner
- 10 games with Bob Bates
- 10 games with Kathleen Bober
- 10 games with Peggy Oriani
- 8 games with Alyssa Verdu
- 8 games with Rosie Freeman
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- 13 games with Legend Entertainment Company
- 11 games with Sundog Systems
- 6 games with Accolade, Inc.
- 4 games with Prickly-Pear Software
- 2 games with Epic Games, Inc.
- 2 games with Atari, Inc.
- 2 games with Atari Europe S.A.S.U.
- 2 games with MicroProse Software, Inc.
- 2 games with Virgin Interactive...
- 2 games with Bandai Namco Entertainment UK Ltd.