Stephen Clarke-Willson

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Stephen Clarke-Willson, Ph.D, is a computer scientist who was a video game producer and executive producer in the early 1990s who produced a number of hit games.


From 1990 to 1994, he was the vice-president of Virgin Interactive. He was instrumental in Virgin's acquisition of Westwood Studios, after which he supervised budgets at Westwood.[1]

He supervised the production of titles for the SNES and the Sega Genesis like Disney's Aladdin, Global Gladiators, Cool Spot, and Disney’s Jungle Book; also The Seventh Guest for DOS. (He was also the producer of one of the most ridiculed games of all time, Color a Dinosaur.)

He published a SIGGRAPH paper, "Applying Game Design to Virtual Environments".[2]

Clarke-Willson now works at ArenaNet as the Studio Technical Director for Guild Wars.


See also[edit]


  1. ^ Clarke-Willson, Stephen. "Resume". Above the Garage Productions. Retrieved 30 January 2012. 
  2. ^ "Applying Game Design to Virtual Environments" reprinted at Gamasutra

External links[edit]

  • [1] Interview from