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David Mullich


In the mid-70s, was a cartoonist for the "Star Trektennial" newsletter, edited by Star Trek (1966) creator Gene Roddenberry's assistant, Susan Sackett. Some thirty years later, Mullich was hired to produce "Star Trek" games for Activision. See more trivia »

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 2006 Bode Miller Alpine Racing (Video Game) (executive producer)
 2005 Tony Hawk's American Wasteland (Video Game) (producer - uncredited)
 2004 Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines (Video Game) (producer)
 1996 Noir (Video Game) (producer)
 1995 Dark Seed II (Video Game) (producer)
 1995 I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream (Video Game) (producer)
 1993 Video Speedway (Video Game) (producer)
 1992 Dark Seed (Video Game) (producer: Macintosh version)
 1991 Mickey's Crossword Puzzle Maker (Video Game) (producer)
 1990 DuckTales: The Quest for Gold (Video Game) (producer)
 1989 Win, Lose or Draw (Video Game) (producer)
 1988 Matterhorn Screamer (Video Game) (producer)
 1988 The Chase on Tom Sawyer's Island (Video Game) (producer)
 1986 Lunar Explorer (Video Game) (producer)
 1984 Tranquility Base (Video Game) (producer)
 1984 Wilderness: A Survival Adventure (Video Game) (producer - uncredited)
 1982 Rendezvous: A Space Shuttle Flight Simulation (Video Game) (producer)
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David G. Mullich

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Produced a first-person 3D adventure game, "Wes Craven's Principles of Fear," based upon a premise by Wes Craven. Although the game won About Game's Bronze Medal award for Interactive Fiction when the prototype was demonstrated at the 1997 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Atlanta, the game was never completed, due to the financial failure of the game's publisher, Cyberdreams. See more »

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