Comair was born and raised in the hamlet of Tannourine, located in the Batroun District of Lebanon. He has received two degrees, one in Architecture and one in Environmental Engineering, and was invited to be a faculty member at the Osaka University in 1983. He has worked on games for Nintendo, Digital Eclipse Software, Inc., Intelligent Systems Co., Ltd. and Namco.
Comair studied digital architecture at Université Saint-Esprit de Kaslik. He was offered an opportunity to do research with computers for the Japanese government. He met his wife Michele in Japan and they moved to her native country, Canada (although Michele is of Chinese descent), in 1988, where they first set up DigiPen.
In 1996, Comair moved to Redmond, Washington, bringing the school with him. In Redmond, Comair served as one of the founders of Nintendo Software Technology, which has kept a strong relationship with DigiPen, hiring graduates as well as providing instructors.
- Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis (2006), Nintendo of America Inc.
- Mario vs. Donkey Kong (2004), Nintendo of America Inc.
- Ridge Racer DS (2004), Namco Hometek Inc.
- 1080° Avalanche (2003), Nintendo of Europe GmbH
- The Legend of Zelda: Collector's Edition (2003), Nintendo of America Inc.
- Spyro: Season of Ice (2001), Universal Interactive Studios
- Wave Race: Blue Storm (2001), Nintendo Co., Ltd.
- Bionic Commando: Elite Forces (2000), Nintendo Co., Ltd.
- Crystalis (2000), Nintendo of America Inc.
- Pokémon Puzzle League (2000), Nintendo of America Inc.
- Ridge Racer 64 (2000), Nintendo of America Inc.
- Game Developers Conference 2005 (GDC 2005)
- Profile at N-Sider
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