James Wickstead Design Associates

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Product design and development company started in 1968. Based in Cedar Knolls, New Jersey.

Most titles below come from this official list.

2600[edit]

  • 3-D Zapper (unreleased)
  • Adventures of the Pink Panther (unreleased) (U.S. Games/Probe 2000)
  • Commando Raid (US Publisher: U.S. Games; EU Publisher: Carrere Video)
  • Eggomania (US Publisher: U.S. Games; EU Publisher: Carrere Video)
  • Gopher (US Publisher: U.S. Games; EU Publisher: Carrere Video)
  • Montezuma's Revenge Featuring Panama Joe (US Publisher: Parker Brothers)
  • Mouse Trap (US Publisher: Coleco; EU Publisher: CBS Electronics)
  • Name This Game / Octopus (US Publisher: U.S. Games; EU Publisher: Carrere Video)
  • Q*bert's Qubes (US Publisher: Parker Brothers)
  • Smurfs: Rescue in Gargamel's Castle (US Publisher: Coleco)
  • Sneak'n Peek (US Publisher: U.S. Games; EU Publisher: Carrere Video)
  • Space Jockey (US Publisher: U.S. Games; EU Publisher: Carrere Video)
  • Squeeze Box (US Publisher: U.S. Games)
  • Star Wars: Return of the Jedi: Death Star Battle (US Publisher: Parker Brothers)
  • Tarzan (unreleased) (Coleco)
  • Word Zapper (US Publisher: U.S. Games)

Apple II[edit]

  • Garry Kitchen's Gamemaker (US Publisher: Activision)
  • Little Computer People (US Publisher: Activision)
Acquired by Activision about a year into development and altered

Atari 8-bit[edit]

  • Q*bert's Qubes (unreleased) (Parker Brothers)
  • Star Wars: Return of the Jedi: Death Star Battle (US Publisher: Parker Brothers)

ColecoVision[edit]

  • Frogger (US Publisher: Parker Brothers)
  • Q*bert's Qubes (US Publisher: Coleco)

Commodore 64[edit]

  • Big Top (unreleased) [1]
  • Little Computer People (US Publisher: Activision)
Acquired by Activision about a year into development and altered
  • Q*bert's Qubes (unreleased) (Parker Brothers)
  • Star Wars: Return of the Jedi: Death Star Battle (unreleased) (US Publisher: Parker Brothers)
  • Street Sports Baseball (some programming?) (US Publisher: Epyx)
Probably the C64 Epyx title on the list linked to above. JWDA is credited with programming along with Epyx's Greg Omi. [2]

Etch A Sketch Animator 2000[edit]

Hardware and software were designed and developed by JWDA.

  • Fly By (US Publisher: Ohio Art)
  • Memory (US Publisher: Ohio Art)
  • Overdrive (US Publisher: Ohio Art)
  • Putt Nuts (US Publisher: Ohio Art)

IBM[edit]

  • Q*bert's Qubes (unreleased) (Parker Brothers)

TI-99/4A[edit]

  • Frogger (US Publisher: Parker Brothers)

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