Julian Scott

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Julian Scott
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Born Unknown
Birth Place Unknown
Nationality English   England.svg
Aliases Jason Stoat

Julian Scott is an English video game programmer who worked for Elite Systems and Arc Developments. While working at Arc, he programmed the sound driver for their MS-DOS games.

His father, Trevor Scott wrote the cutscene music for the Mega Drive version of Dragon's Lair.


Released Title Sample Notes
1992-??-?? WWF European Rampage Tour (DOS) Sound Driver
1992-02-?? McDonaldland (DOS) Sound Driver


Julian occasionally used the pseudonym Jason Stoat in some of his works. The etymology of this name is unknown. Interestingly, in Beavers, he is credited for programming under his real name, while receiving a "Bye Bye" credit under his pseudonym. He used the moniker in Liverpool: The Computer Game for the Atari ST, Joe & Mac for the Genesis, and Dragon's Lair for the Genesis. He also uses both his real name and the pseudonym in the unreleased Genesis version of Wacky Races, in which the same staff photos are used for both names.

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