Paul Neurath is a video game designer and creative director. He founded both Blue Sky Productions (later renamed Looking Glass Studios) and Floodgate Entertainment. He was the creative director of Zynga Boston. In 2014 he founded OtherSide Entertainment, which is developing Underworld Ascendant, a third game in the Underworld series.
Neurath had a game credited to him as early as 1986, the computer adaptation of the Steve Jackson Games board game Ogre. As Creative Director at Looking Glass Studios, he oversaw such acclaimed gaming titles as Thief, Terra Nova and Flight Unlimited, as well as Ultima Underworld and its sequel.
Default sorting is by release year, starting from the most recent titles.
|Neverwinter Nights: Shadows of Undrentide||2003||Neverwinter Nights|
|Jane's Attack Squadron||2002||Jane's Combat Simulations|
|Thief II: The Metal Age||2000||Thief|
|Flight Unlimited III||1999||Flight Unlimited|
|System Shock 2||1999||System Shock|
|Thief: The Dark Project||1998||Thief|
|Flight Unlimited II||1997||Flight Unlimited|
|Terra Nova: Strike Force Centauri||1996|
|Flight Unlimited||1995||Flight Unlimited|
|Ultima Underworld II: Labyrinth of Worlds||1993||Ultima|
|Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Abyss||1992||Ultima|
|Deep Space: Operation Copernicus||1986|
- Takahashi, Dean (1 July 2014). "Paul Neurath's OtherSide Entertainment game studio revives the Underworld franchise — without the Ultima name". VentureBeat. Retrieved 12 July 2014.