Damon Slye (born June 15, 1962) is a computer game designer, director, and programmer. In 1984 he founded Dynamix with Jeff Tunnell in Eugene, Oregon. He is best known for creating the historic flight simulations Red Baron, A-10 Tank Killer, and Aces of the Pacific.
Slye's first product was Stellar 7, an action game for the Apple II which used 3D wireframe graphics. He followed it up with Arcticfox, the first original title Electronic Arts published for the new Amiga computer.
In 1994 Slye left Dynamix and the game industry, saying that he wanted a "sabbatical" to study math and physics as well as "playing chess, and skiing, and playing basketball, and doing a lot of reading", but expected to be "building products again" in a year. He founded Mad Otter Games in 2007.
- Stellar 7 (1982), Penguin Software
- Arcticfox (1986), Electronic Arts
- Skyfox II (1987), Electronic Arts
- Abrams Battle Tank (1988), Electronic Arts
- Project Firestart (1989), Electronic Arts
- MechWarrior (1989), Activision
- Deathtrack (1989), Activision
- David Wolf: Secret Agent (1989), Dynamix
- A-10 Tank Killer (1989), Dynamix
- Stellar 7 (1990), Dynamix
- Red Baron (1990), Dynamix
- Red Baron: Mission Builder (1992), Dynamix
- Aces of the Pacific (1992), Dynamix
- Aces of the Pacific, Expansion Disk, WWII:1946 (1992), Dynamix
- Aces Over Europe (1993), Dynamix
- Ace of Aces (2008), Instant Action
- Villagers and Heroes (2011), Mad Otter Games
- "Stellar 7 at MobyGames". Retrieved July 23, 2008.
- DeMaria, Rusel and Wilson, Johnny. High Score!: The Illustrated History of Electronic Games, first edition, p.145. 2003: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media
- Basham, Tom (May 1994). "Ace Over The PC". Computer Gaming World (interview). pp. 72–76.
- "Mad Otter Games". Archived from the original on September 7, 2008. Retrieved July 23, 2008.