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OverviewOne of the video game industry's original visionaries, Geoff Crammond is best known for his Formula one centric, Grand Prix franchise. One of the few game designers who was able to apply his trade from vintage consoles to the modern day PC, Geoff Crammonds name became synomonous with quality and artistic oversight over all of his projects, of which he was always central. Geoff presided over nine different projects during his career, mostly working on games associated with single seater motorsport, a la Rev's, Stunt Car Racer, Grand Prix 1,2,3 and 4. However one of the most ignored projects of the man was Aviator for the BBC Entertainment System which became one the first flight sims to be ever released in 1982.
The last title which Mr Crammond was working on was Stunt Car Racer Pro, a remake of the original title which debuted in 1989. This title was later canned in late 2003 due to the closing of Lost Toy Studios and nothing has been heard of one of Britains most prolific developer talents since that time.