Malcolm Stead

Malcolm designed and developed his first video game at the age of 14.  After a stint developing software for medical equipment, Malcolm joined the Games industry at the age of 22 – originally working for EA Sports.  Nearly 20 years later, he’s still designing and programming video games.  He is working with game design legend Ron Gilbert on the new game “Thimbleweed Park”, as well as a number of top-secret projects.  In his career he’s worked on everything from sports titles, to train simulators, from Looney Tunes, to Harry Potter, from Mace Griffin Bounty Hunter, to Crash Bandicoot, from Sensible Soccer to Deathspank.

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