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Simon Woodroffe (born 21 September 1974) is a British video game designer ​ and creative director ​ at Rare. He currently resides in Stratford-on-Avon ​. [2] [3]

Early life and education

Woodroffe attended Solihull School ​ and Birmingham University ​ where he studied artificial intelligence ​ until 1994.

Careeer

In 1990 Woodroffe had already become Lead Designer for AdventureSoft ​ UK Ltd and designed several hit video games such as Elvira: Mistress of the Dark ​, Simon the Sorcerer ​ and Simon the Sorcerer 2 ​, while still at school and attending University [11]

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Simon the Sorcerer intro (credit Squakenet)

Woodroffe went on to found Headfirst Productions ​ in 1998, where he worked on Simon the Sorcerer 3D ​ and Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth. Woodroffe became Studio Creative Director of Midway Games ​ in 2006, working on Wheelman ​ and Necessary Force. In 2009, Woodroffe became Head of Game Design for Sega ​ West in Solihull ​ where he was involved in the design of Sonic the Hedgehog 4, Renegade Ops, Rise of Nightmares ​​, Sonic Generations among many others. [4] [10] [5]

Woodroffe is noted for creating several video game characters including Calypso the Druid, Sordid the evil Sorcerer, Feeble and Simon the Sorcerer. [7] ​ Andrew Brazier noted several parallels between Woodroffe's character Simon the Sorcerer and Harry Potter ​. [8]

Simon the Sorcerer has it's own wiki ​. [9]

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