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Gregg Tavares

aka: Greg Tavares, Greg Tavores, Gregg Iz-Tavares, Greggman , G-Man , Izzy "The Wiz" Iz-Tavares

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Gregg has worked on the following games:
1983 Centipede for Commodore 64
1984 Mario Bros for Commodore 64
1985 Leaps and Bounds for Atari 800 and Commodore 64,
1986 Conflict in Vietnam for Atari 800
1987 Gunship for Commodore 64, PC, Amiga, Atari ST
1988 Street Sports Basketball for Amiga, Lords of the Rising Sun for Amiga
1990 Future Classics, PC, Amiga.
1991 M.C. Kids for NES,
1992 Terminator vs Robocop for NES.
1993 Gex for 3DO,
1995 Disruptor for M2,
1996 Maximum Gauge for Playstation, PC.
1998 Zombie Revenge for Naomi Arcade System.
1999 Crash Team Racing for Playstation.
2000 Jak & Daxter for PS2
2005 LocoRoco for PSP
2007 Afro Samurai for 360, PS3

Credited on 34 games

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Deltarune: Chapter 1&2 (2021 on Windows) Programming Support
CTR: Crash Team Racing - Nitro-Fueled (2019 on PlayStation 4) A very special thanks to Naughty Dog, LLC.
Deltarune: Chapter 1 (2018 on Macintosh) Localization Programming
LocoRoco: Remastered (2017 on PlayStation 4) Level Tools Programmers
Mutant Mudds Deluxe (2013 on Wii U) Special Thanks
Mutant Mudds (2012 on Nintendo 3DS) Special Thanks
Afro Samurai (2009 on Xbox 360) Programmers
LocoRoco 2 (2008 on PSP) Special Thanks
LocoRoco (2006 on PSP) System Program
Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy (2001 on PlayStation 2) Special Thanks to (Besonderen Dank an)
Zombie Revenge (1999 on Arcade) Programmers
CTR: Crash Team Racing (1999 on PlayStation) Naughty Dog, Inc.
Wild 9 (1998 on PlayStation) Programming Talent
Gex: Enter the Gecko (1998 on PlayStation) and... (2)
Gex (1995 on PlayStation) Core Team
Demolition Man (1994 on 3DO) Special Thanks
Mickey's Ultimate Challenge (1994 on SNES) Special Thanks
The Horde (1994 on DOS) Special Thanks To
Cool Spot (1993 on Genesis) Special Thanks to
Crash 'n Burn (1993 on 3DO) Stunt Programmers

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From a video shot at MicroProse office in Hunt Valley, MD (c. 1986)

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