Nick Dixon
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Game Design
Quality Assurance

Nick Dixon is a British game designer and lecturer who has been part of the testing department of Realms of the Haunting. At present, Nick is based in Falmouth, Cornwall, as director of the Alacrity programme at the city's university, holding lectures on entrepreneurship and digital innovation.[1][2]

Apart from his involvement in the 1996 video game by Gremlin Interactive, Nick has provided quality assurance and testing for the following productions:

  • Gladiator: Sword of Vengeance (2003)
  • Sneak King (2006)
  • Encleverment Experiment (2009)
  • Dropblitz (2009)
  • Dead to Rights: Retribution (2010)
  • Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012)
  • Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock (2012)
  • Need for Speed: Rivals (2013)
  • Until Dawn (2015)
  • Homefront: The Revolution (2016)




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