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Alex Hutchinson

aka: Alexander Hutchinson
Moby ID: 99820

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Alex Hutchinson is currently a Game Director at Ubisoft Montreal.

Previously he was Creative Director at EA Montreal on Army of Two: The 40th Day, and at Maxis in California, where he was Lead Designer on Spore (PC), Lead Designer on The Sims 2 (PS2, GC, XB), and co-Lead Designer on The Urbz: Sims in the City (PS2, GC, XB).

Way back in the mists of time he worked at Torus Games in Australia, as either a Designer or Level Designer on various GBA titles such as Pitfall: The Lost Expedition, Duke Nukem Advance, The Invincible Ironman and The Minority Report.

He has written on games for magazines such as Edge, Games(tm), PC Zone, PlayNation and The Official PS2 Magazine, among others. He has spoken about games at DICE in Las Vegas, GDC in San Francisco, E3 in Los Angeles, the Games Convention in Leipzig, Germany and others.

Credited on 27 games

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What They Don't Sea (2022, Windows) Special Thanks to Kickstarter Backers (1st Column)
Journey to the Savage Planet (2020, Windows) Co-Founders
Obliteracers (2016, Windows) Special Thanks
Far Cry 4 (2014, Windows) Creative Director
Arma III (2013, Windows) Support
Assassin's Creed III: The Tyranny of King Washington - The Redemption (2013, Windows) Creative Director
Assassin's Creed III: Liberation (2012, PS Vita) Special Thanks
Assassin's Creed III (2012, PlayStation 3) Creative Director
Dante's Inferno (2010, PlayStation 3) Special Thanks
Army of Two: The 40th Day (2010, PSP) Creative Director
Army of Two: The 40th Day (2010, PlayStation 3) Creative Director
Need for Speed: Nitro (2009, Wii) Special Thanks to
Spore Creatures (2008, Nintendo DS) EA Special Thanks
Spore (2008, Windows) Lead Designer, Gameplay
Spore Creature Creator (2008, Windows) Lead Designer, Gameplay
The Simpsons Game (2007, Xbox 360) Additional Design
The Sims 2 (2005, PlayStation 2) Lead Designer
Batman Begins (2005, Game Boy Advance) Special Thanks
Ice Nine (2005, Game Boy Advance) Additional Design
Batman Begins (2005, PlayStation 2) Special Thanks

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