Jason D. Anderson

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Jason D. Anderson
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Biographical data
Other NamesJason Anderson
Date of BirthMay 11, 1969
Involvement in Fallout series
Fallout 2
Project V13
External links
WikipediaJason Anderson (artist)
MobyGamesJason D. Anderson
Other LinksLinkedIn Profile

Jason D. Anderson, often credited as merely Jason Anderson, is a game artist and designer that worked on Fallout, Fallout 2 (leaving Interplay during early stages of development) and Project V13 (leaving Interplay again during early stages of development).


Anderson started out as a contract artist for Interplay on the USCF Chess project. He was later hired to design the engine, game world and interface for Fallout. After working on the prototype design for Fallout 2, Anderson left with fellow developers Timothy Cain and Leonard Boyarsky to found Troika Games.

Interplay reopened in-house development and hired Anderson as creative director for an unannounced MMO in 2007,[1] later revealed to be Project V13, the now-canceled Fallout Online.

In March 2009, Anderson left Interplay and joined InXile Entertainment, Brian Fargo's new company, to work as creative director on a new computer role-playing game (likely a sequel to Wasteland, the predecessor of Fallout). He left the company in January 2011 to join Turtle Rock Studios.

Employment history

2011presentTurtle Rock Studios?
20092011InXile EntertainmentCreative Director
20072009Interplay EntertainmentCreative Director
19982003Troika GamesJoint CEO
19941997Interplay Entertainment3D Artist / Lead Designer


Fallout series

YearTitleCredited as/for
1997FalloutLead artist, Original game design
1998Fallout 2Original game artwork, Original game design
-Project V13Creative director

Other work (excerpt)

YearTitleCredited as/for
2001Arcanum: Of Steamworks & Magick ObscuraLead Programmer / Project Lead


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