|Other Names||Phillip Adam, Phillip G. Adam|
Phil Adam is a developer who worked at Interplay Entertainment and was credited with "special thanks" for Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel.
Phil joined Point of View in 2008 with over 25 years of executive management in the games space. He co-founded Spectrum HoloByte (famous for number 1 hits such as Gato, Falcon and Tetris) in the early 80s, serving as President and establishing a distribution network that drove revenue to over $10M within three years. Phil joined Interplay as VP of Sales/Marketing and Business Development, creating a distribution system that took Interplay from a developer to a full fledged publisher. Phil was responsible for all IP sales, acquisition and licensing. Phil dealt with third party development, including original titles from Bioware, Parallax and Silicon & Synapse (Blizzard), as well as partnering with other developers and publishers. Phil then served as President of BigWorld Distribution, an MMO middleware tech company.
From May 1990 to May 1996, Mr. Adam served as the Chairman of the Software Publishers Association (SPA) and, during part of this period, as President of the SPA. From March 1997 to March 1998 Phil served as the Chairman of the Public Policy Committee of the Interactive Digital Software Association (IDSA).
|1990||2002||Interplay Entertainment||VP Business Development|
|2004||2007||Pacific Coast Interactive||President|
|2007||2008||BigWorld Pty LTD||President|
|2008||2009||Point of View, Inc||Senior VP|
|2009||Present||Subdued Software||Business Consultant|
|2004||Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel||Special Thanks|
|2004||Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II||Interplay President|
|2010||Vandal Hearts: Flames of Judgment||Special Thanks|