Mark Haigh-Hutchinson

Mark Haigh-Hutchinson

Mark Haigh-Hutchinson is a senior software engineer at Retro Studios Inc., based in Austin, Texas. He has designed and programmed video games professionally since 1984 and as a hobby since 1979. He has contributed to over 40 published games in roles as varied as programmer, designer, and project leader. Some of the more notable titles he has worked on include several Star Wars games: Rogue Squadron, Episode 1: Racer, Shadows of the Empire, and Rebel Assault, as well as other games such as Zombies Ate My Neighbors and The Secret of Monkey Island 2. Most recently Mark was responsible for the camera systems and player control in the award winning Metroid Prime and its sequel Metroid Prime 2: Echoes.

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Senior software engineer at Retro studios in Austin, TX, USA. He has designed and programmed video games professionally since 1984, and has contributed to 37 published games as a programmer, designer, or project leader. Some of the games he has worked on include: The Secret of Monkey Island 2 (IBM PC, 1992), Star Wars: Rebel Assault (IBM PC, SEGA, 3DO, 1994), Star Wars: Episode One Racer (Nintendo 64, IBM PC, 1999), and was camera designer for Metroid Prime (Nintendo Gamecube, 2002) and Metroid Prime 2 (Nintendo Gamecube, 2004), winners of multiple industry awards.

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