Mark Healey

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Mark Healey (from Ipswich, Suffolk)[1] is a British video game developer. Healey started his career making games for the Commodore 64 home computer - his first published game was KGB Super Spy for Codemasters, which led to developing the educational Fun School series of games for Europress Software. Healey joined Bullfrog Productions to work with Peter Molyneux on titles such as Theme Park, Magic Carpet and Dungeon Keeper. When Molyneux left Bullfrog to form Lionhead Studios, Healey joined him, and worked as a senior artist/designer on Black & White. Whilst still at Lionhead, he developed Rag Doll Kung Fu independently in his spare time, which was the first third party game to be distributed over Steam - Valve Corporation's online distribution system. He is a co-founder and creative director of Media Molecule. LittleBigPlanet, its first video game, is a cooperative platformer for the PlayStation 3.

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  1. ^ Giant Bomb video game database Mark Healey (video game person)
  • "Rag Doll Development: An Interview With Rag Doll Kung Fu's Mark Healey". www.gamasutra.com. 2005-12-06. Retrieved 2008-01-02.
  • "Mark Healey Leaves Lionhead to Make a New Game". www.playfuls.com. 2005-12-17. Archived from the original on 2008-01-16. Retrieved 2008-01-02.
  • "From ones and zeroes to heroes". BBC News. 2007-03-14. Retrieved 2008-01-02.

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