Richard A. Ditton

Moby ID: 66446

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Richard A. Ditton, Executive Vice President of Incredible Technologies, Inc., has an extensive technical development background and many years of business experience to lead internal project teams and vendor relationships.

He has been the key developer of hardware and software tools, including a proprietary operating system used in a wide range of products. Ditton has designed and programmed a number of successful coin-op and consumer games and was the initial designer of the ITS, the first commercially successful online tournament system. Ditton’s commitment to the coin-operated amusement industry is exemplified by his membership on the board of directors of the American Amusement Machine Association.

He earned a B.S. in mathematics and a M.S. in computer science from Purdue University. Early in his career he worked for IBM as a designer of launch software for the Space Shuttle.


Credited on 18 games

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The Three Stooges: Digitally Remastered Edition (2002, Windows) Video Compression
Peter Jacobsen's Golden Tee Golf (2000, PlayStation) Special Thanks
World Class Bowling (1997, Arcade) Game Design
Street Fighter: The Movie (1995, Arcade) Programming
BloodStorm (1994, Arcade) Programming
Time Killers (1992, Arcade) The Time Killers Staff
American Gladiators (1991, NES) Thanks To
Ninja Clowns (1991, Arcade) Writers
Hot Shots Tennis (1990, Arcade) Thanks to
Strata Bowling (1990, Arcade) Software
Capcom Bowling (1988, Arcade) High Scores
Winter Games (1986, Atari ST) Winter Games
Championship Wrestling (1986, Commodore 64) FRS Inc.
Tapper (1984, PC Booter) Programmer
Timber (1984, Arcade) Sound Programmer (uncredited)
Journey (1983, Arcade) Programmers
Domino Man (1983, Arcade) Programmers
Wacko (1983, Arcade) Programming by

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