More to come.
Some of the games I worked on, together with a team of highly talented individuals.
I did the QA of the German ROM, but never wanted any credit for it. I was just happy that somehow Sega had a heart for German gamers. Customer: SEGA
Games Star Trek: New Adventures
What did I do? From working with CBS, Denise & Michael Okuda, Lee Sheldon and an extremely talented developer in San Rafael, I was working mainly as a producer. Developed by: Mindcontroi, San Rafael, CA, USA. Customer: Gameforge.
Games Star Trek: Infinite Space
What did I do? A lot. From working with CBS, helping with contractual work to delivering ideas and working on missions. Developed by: keen games, Frankfurt, Germany. Customer: Gameforge.
Print Game Developer Magazin
This was the first Game Developer magazine in German speaking territories. And an official license from the US version no less. But it lasted only two issues. And I had to cancel it. It was just too early, to expensive to make and we sold not enough units. Customer: Das Trickwerk Developed by: Das Trickwerk
Print Zelda: Majora's Mask Spieleberater
The first strategy guide for a Nintendo game that was not done by Nintendo itself. I am not only extremely proud of this fact , but I also had a chance to play a Zelda game before anyone else. That was fun and exiting. Customer: Nintendo Developed by: Das Trickwerk, Freising, Germany
Marketing Diablo II Brochure
This was truly a piece of art. To my knowledge, brochures for games haven’t been done this way before. We used a special production and printing technique to generate an extremely stylish and very expensive look. Extremely proud about this one! Customer: Vivendi Universal
Print Tomb Raider: Hint Guides
With over half a million copies sold, the Tomb Raider 2 hint guide was one of the top selling strategy guides of its time. Working on guides for all the classical Tom Raider games was fun and challenging at the the same time. In total, I worked on 30+ guides. Sometimes under rather difficult circumstances, I might add. Customer: Eidos