|Born||10 May 1965|
Sheffield, United Kingdom
|Known for||Commodore 64 games|
The first computer game he created was a version of the board game Mastermind, which was written for the PET 4032. Following the acquisition of a VIC-20 Crowther began to learn machine code and wrote several games which he showed to software house Superior Systems. The company gave him a Commodore 64 on loan which he utilised to produce his first commercial title, Lunar Lander. He gained high status among C64 users in the mid 1980s with his highly prolific output, developing complete professional games in only two weeks. Crowther teamed up with fellow C64 musician, Ben Daglish, forming W.E.M.U.S.I.C., which stood for "We Make Use of Sound In Computers".
More recently, Crowther has worked on games for consoles such as the PlayStation and Xbox ranges.
List of games
|Damsel in Distress|
|Wanted: Monty Mole|
|Son of Blagger||Alligata|
|William Wobbler||Wizard Development|
|1987||Challenge of the Gobots||C64||Ariolasoft|
|Fernandez Must Die||C64; Amiga|
|Zig Zag||C64||Image Works|
|1989||Phobia||C64; Amiga; ST|
|1990||Captive||Amiga; ST; PC||Mindscape|
|1991||Captain Planet and the Planeteers||Amiga; ST|
|1994||Liberation: Captive 2||Amiga; CD32|
|1997||Realms of the Haunting||PC||Gremlin|
|1999||N2O: Nitrous Oxide||PS|
|2000||Wacky Races||Dreamcast; PS2||Infogrames|
|2004||Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban||PC; PS2; Xbox; GameCube; GBA||Electronic Arts|
|2005||Battlefield 2: Modern Combat||PS2; Xbox; Xbox 360; PSP|
|2008||Burnout Paradise||PS3; Xbox 360; PC|
|2009||Trivial Pursuit||PS2; PS3; Xbox 360; Wii; PC|
|2010||Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1||PS3; Xbox 360; Wii; PC|
|2011||Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2||PS3; Xbox 360; Wii; PC|
- "Commodore Auteur". Gameological Society. 5 February 2013. Archived from the original on 16 May 2019. Retrieved 4 May 2019.
- "Cheating's more fun! (Interview with Tony Crowther)". Personal Computer Games (8): 63. July 1984.
- Antony Crowther interview at Amiga Lore
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