worked with Atari/Infogrames for over 10 years. Infogrames
was one of the worlds largest publishers and
developers of videogames.
and developed the new Atari Flashback and Flashback 2 TV
videogame consoles. As part of the development we utilized legacy properties that were only in existence
in - "The Atari Museum" archives and updated the
original 1977 technology into a single modern package
realizing a new revenue stream for Atari.
product line was a huge success, selling over 860,000
domestic US units in 2005 alone. We were commissioned
to do a 2+ follow up and we also developed a handheld LCD
portable which was not picked up by Atari.