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David M. Pringle

aka: David Pringle, Dave Pringle, David Moray Pringle

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A graduate of Edinburgh University, David gained a doctorate in physics from the University of Oxford in 1983. He was a research fellow at the Nuclear Physics Laboratory, Oxford, from 1983 to 1989. He has published extensively in science journals, and has been a columnist and contributor to magazines and newspapers. In 1983 David founded Oxford Digital Enterprises Limited (later to link with the Empire Group) in order to develop computer games software. Over sixteen years David has designed and produced twenty computer games which have been published worldwide, including a number of award-winning and top ten selling titles. He joined the Empire Group on 7 June 2000.

Credited on 26 games

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FlatOut 2 (2006 on PlayStation 2) Special Thanks to
Big Mutha Truckers (2006 on Nintendo DS) Group Development Director
Starship Troopers (2005 on Windows) Production
Big Mutha Truckers 2 (2005 on Windows) Group Development Director
Ford Racing 3 (2004 on Xbox) Group Development Director
Bad Boys: Miami Takedown (2004 on PlayStation 2) Special Thanks
Mashed: Drive to Survive (2004 on Windows) Development Director
Starsky & Hutch (2003 on Game Boy Advance) Special Thanks
Starsky & Hutch (2003 on Xbox) Executive Producer
Big Mutha Truckers (2003 on GameCube) Development Director
Warrior Kings: Battles (2003 on Windows) Director of Development
Warrior Kings: Battles (Collector's Edition) (2003 on Windows) Director of Development
Total Immersion Racing (2002 on PlayStation 2) Development Director
eJay ClubWorld (2002 on PlayStation 2) Development Director
Antz Extreme Racing (2002 on PlayStation 2) Development Director
Endgame (2002 on PlayStation 2) Special Thanks to
The Golf Pro 2 (1998 on Windows) Producer
Dawn Patrol (1995 on Amiga) Manual
Pacific Islands (1992 on Atari ST) Created by
Gazza II (1991 on DOS) Bob and Gazza Scripts by

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David (third to right) on an Oxford Digital Enterprises team picture ca. 1989.Source: ACE #22, 1989/7

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