Mike Dailly (game designer)

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Mike Dailly
Born Michael Dailly
Scotland
Residence Dundee, Scotland
Citizenship British
Occupation Video game designer
Years active 1989–1999
Organization DMA Design
Known for Grand Theft Auto, Lemmings
Children Joseph Daily

Michael "Mike" Dailly is a Scottish video game designer, best known for designing the original prototype of Grand Theft Auto, and being one of the four founders of DMA Design (now Rockstar North), alongside David Jones, Russell Kay, and Steve Hammond.[1]

As of 2010, Dailly is working with YoYo Games as the lead developer of the GameMaker: Studio game engine.[2]

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