David Perry (game developer)

David Perry, 1996 David Perry (born April 4, 1967) is a Northern Irish video game developer and programmer. He became prominent for programming platform games for 16-bit home consoles in the early to mid 1990s, including ''Disney's Aladdin'', ''Cool Spot'', and ''Earthworm Jim''. He founded Shiny Entertainment, where he worked from 1993 to 2006. Perry created games for companies such as Disney, 7 Up, McDonald's, Orion Pictures, and Warner Bros. In 2008 he was presented with an honorary doctorate from Queen's University Belfast for his services to computer gaming. He was the co-founder & CEO of cloud-based games service Gaikai, which was acquired by Sony Computer Entertainment. In 2017 Perry became the co-founder & CEO of a customer intelligence startup called GoVYRL, Inc. developing a new advanced brand dashboard called Carro. In his spare time, following in his father's footsteps, Perry is an avid photographer. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Perry, David, 1967-
Published 2009
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by Perry, David, 1967-
Published 2009
Book Electronic
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by Perry, David, 1967-
Published 2009
Book Electronic
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