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Descriptive Summary

Biographical/Historical Note

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Heroes of Might and Magic

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Jennifer Bullard Papers, 1999-2003



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Bullard, Jennifer
Title: Bullard, Jennifer, papers
Dates: 1999-2003
Abstract: 570 digital files (delivered in a single .zip container file) document the development of Heroes of Might and Magic III: Shadow of Death and Heroes of Might and Magic IV. The documents, images, and programming files are related to Bullard’s role as Associate Designer at New World Computing, where her responsibilities included managing the task lists and keeping up with the progress of development of these games.
Accession No.: 2012-212
OCLC No.: 956371126
Extent: 570 digital files, 52.9 MB
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical/Historical Note

Jennifer Bullard began her game development career in 1998 at New World Computing, where she worked as an associate designer for the Heroes of Might and Magic series. From there, she worked as a producer on several projects, and eventually moved to Austin. In 2009 she worked as Production Manager for Certain Affinity before moving to Game Salad as Executive Producer. Since her move to Austin, Bullard has also been active in the professional game development community, serving as Chair of the Austin chapter of the IGDA since 2010.

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Scope and Contents

570 digital files (delivered in a single .zip container file) document the development of Heroes of Might and Magic III: Shadow of Death and Heroes of Might and Magic IV. The documents, images, and programming files are related to Bullard’s role as Associate Designer at New World Computing, where her responsibilities included managing the task lists and keeping up with the progress of development of these games.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Access to portions of this collection is restricted. Contact repository for further information.

The born digital material in this collection is restricted to Reading Room only access due to privacy or copyright concerns.

Use Restrictions

The donor retains copyright on all materials by the creator. Written permission must be obtained from copyright holder in order to photocopy or publish from the collection.

The University of Texas Digital Repository (UTDR) holds digital works and provides related services that together constitute a campus institutional repository. The Repository was established to provide open, online access to the products of the University’s research and scholarship, to preserve these works for future generations, to promote new models of scholarly communication, and to help deepen community understanding of the value of higher education.

The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History (DBCAH) makes available born digital materials from its collections through the use of the UTDR. On the UTDR, The DBCAH Community houses born digital materials from collections within our repository allowing researchers the ability to access these materials from the DBCAH reading room or remotely.

When clicking on a link within a finding aid a new tab will open and you will be taken to the relevant UTDR page. There you will see the record for the work you have selected. This work record consists of information such as the title, description, subject, files in the work, access restriction notes and other information.

Any questions related to UTDR access, please contact Colleen Lyon, Repository Curator, at utdr-general@utlists.utexas.edu to report the problem. For any questions regarding access to the digital material of the collection please contact Briscoe Center Digital Archivist, Jessica Meyerson, at j.meyerson@austin.utexas.edu.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Bullard, Jennifer
Subjects (Organizations)
New World Computing, Inc.
Subjects
Heroes of Might and Magic
Video games--Design
Places
California

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Related Material

Forms part of the UT Videogame Archive

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Jennifer Bullard Papers, 1999-2003, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin.

Processing Information

This collection was processed by Zach Vowell, December 2012

Subsequent revisions made by Matthew Cepeda, December 2014.

Subsequent revisions made by Jennifer Allen, August 2016

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Detailed Description of the Papers

 

Heroes of Might and Magic

UT-Digital-Repository
DBCAH Community [Restricted] Heroes.zip (Heroes of Might and Magic): [http://hdl.handle.net/2152/18586]
Heroes IV
Design
Testing
Shadow of Death
Campaign Editor
Campaign Text
Game
Map Editor
Working
Adventure Locations
End of Erathia
Level Design
MapEditorHelp
Scripting System
Unholy Alliance

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