Tony Garcia (video game producer)

Tony Garcia is a video game producer and designer.[1]

Tony Garcia
OccupationVideo game producer and designer
EmployerUnity Technologies

From 1988 to 1991 Garcia was the Director of Development at Lucasfilm Games, where he was the producer for Secret Weapons of the Luftwaffe and Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis and others. In 1991, Garcia was a founder of Microsoft Game Studios, where he completed the acquisition of subLOGIC (the developer of Microsoft Flight Simulator) and was part of the DreamWorks Interactive joint venture. He became head of The 3DO Company's PC development division in Redmond, Washington in 1996.[2] In 1997, Garcia was appointed as General Manager of Electronic Arts (EA), Seattle.[3]

As of 2009, Garcia is head of Business Development at Unity Technologies, working on the Unity game engine.[4]

References

  1. "Unity: Management Team". Unity Technologies.
  2. Svenson, Christian (October 1996). "3DO Renaissance Continues". Next Generation. No. 22. Imagine Media. p. 26.
  3. "Electronic Arts is Here to Play At New Seattle-Area Game Design Studio". Business Wire. 1997-02-26.
  4. "Industry Vet Tony Garcia Joins Unity". Gamasutra.


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