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Jon Hare is a video game author, game developer, and musician who was born on January 20, 1966 in Ilford, Essex, England. Find more about Jon Hare’s background, age, height, weight, body dimensions, dating/affairs, family, and work. Find out how wealthy He is this year and how He spends his income. Also, check out how he amassed the bulk of his net worth at the age of 54.
|Occupation||Computer game designer, game artist, musician|
|Age||54 years old|
|Born||20 January 1966|
|Birthplace||Ilford, Essex, England|
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Jon Hare Height, Weight & Measurements
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Dating & Relationship status
He is officially unattached. He is not in a partnership. We don’t know anything about He’s past marriages or any previous engagements. He has no girls, according to our database.
Jon Hare Net Worth
In 2018-19, he has seen a major rise in his net worth. So, what is Jon Hare’s net worth at the age of 54? Jon Hare earns the bulk of his money as a successful. He is a British citizen. Jon Hare’s net worth, money, wages, profits, and properties have all been measured.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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Trivia of Jon Hare
- Jon Hare is a video game author, game developer, and musician who was born on January 20, 1966, in Ilford, Essex, England.
- Also, check out how he amassed the bulk of his net worth at the age of 54.Jon Hare’s height is actually inaccessible at 54 years old.
- Jon Hare’s height, weight, body proportions, eye color, hair color, shoe style, and dress size will be revised as soon as possible.He is officially unattached.
- He is not in a partnership.
- We don’t know anything about He’s past marriages or any previous engagements.
- He has no girls, according to our database.In 2018-19, he has seen a major rise in his net worth.
- Jon Hare earns the bulk of his money as a successful.
- He is a British citizen.
- Jon Hare’s net worth, money, wages, profits, and properties have all been measured.
Timeline of Jon Hare
In 2016, via exhibitions in the London Science Museum, Gamescom and numerous other European games events, Jon Hare demonstrated the continuing development of Sociable Soccer on numerous PC, console, mobile and VR platforms, despite a cancelled Kickstarter for the game in the previous year.
In 2013, Sensible Software 1986–1999 a biographical book about Sensible Software featuring extensive interviews with Hare, and numerous other Sensible members and game industry personalities, plus over 100 pages of artwork reproductions of much of Hare’s earlier work as a game artist, was launched by independent book publisher ROM. Written by games journalist Gary Penn it was the first and, to date, only book about the computer games industry to feature in the BAFTA library and archive in London.
Hare has enjoyed a 6-year tenure as visiting lecturer at University of Westminster, London for “Professional Practice in Games Development” from 2011-2016 as well as numerous national and international lectures on games design, business and his career at universities across Europe as far apart as Cambridge, Istanbul, Copenhagen and Stockholm. Following this grounding in higher education in 2014 he launched, in collaboration with Professor Carsten Maple, a network of UK Games Industry Courses and Games companies known as B.U.G.S. ‘Business and University Games Syndicate’. The launch event of BUGS at BAFTA featured numerous talks from games industry bodies and endorsements of BUGS from Ian Livingstone and Ed Vaizey MP, the then government minister for culture. BUGS function being to vet and host links to the completed and published games of students from all BUGS universities (approximately 30% of all UK games students) and to make these games accessible to all games industry companies signed to BUGS (approximately 35% of all UK games companies by employee numbers) to help the companies to identify the top games students in the UK and to give the students industry oriented objectives during their studies.
In January 2010, Hare announced the launch of a new independent online games publisher, Me-Stars, a games network for browser and iPhone platforms. All Me-Stars games were to feature in game Me-Stars to pick up, win and redeem and interactive high scores and friends lists that appear inside each game during gameplay, depicted by the animated photo-realistic heads found in Me-Motes Messenger (released January 2010). However the Me-Stars games network was never launched and instead became a relaunch of Tower Studios as a publisher on many mobile and online downloadable platforms of classic licensed games from the 80s – 90s as well as new designs from Jon and other game developers. Tower’s most successful title as a publisher to date has been ‘Speedball 2 Evolution’ a remake of The Bitmap Brothers classic game which topped the iPad and Mac charts across Europe in 2011 and was followed up with ‘Speedball 2 HD’ in 2013 on PC. In 2014 Hare also announced the imminent release of ‘Word Explorer’ his first original game in 20 years, developed in collaboration with award winning Polish development team Vivid Games and published through a number of different publishing partners including Mastertronic and Big Fish.
In July 2009, Hare joined Jagex (makers of browser-based MMORPG RuneScape and casual gaming website FunOrb) as their Head of Publishing.
In 2006, Hare contributed a weekly politics feature to UK video game radio show One Life Left.
Hare has been a voting member of BAFTA across all media since 2004 and works periodically for BAFTA as both a juror and a mentor.
Since the sale of Sensible Software to Codemasters in 1999, Hare has worked in the capacity of a consultant designer on many games including numerous strategy, action and sports games including Real World Golf and Sensible Soccer 2006. Hare is also one of the founders and owner of games company Tower Studios, founded in 2004 with two former Bitmap Brothers it has developed a number of successful titles including mobile phone versions of Cannon Fodder and Sensible Soccer.
Hare was the lead designer, creative director, and predominant lead artist and musical composer of the Sensible Soccer series, the Cannon Fodder series and Mega Lo Mania, some of the most popular software franchises of the mid-1990s. Prior to that Hare was also co-designer and lead artist of all of Sensible’s games including Parallax, Wizball, Microprose Soccer, SEUCK and Wizkid.
Hare has also been a prolific songwriter since 1982 and has featured in a number of bands over the years as a singer and guitarist, including Essex outfits Hamsterfish, Dark Globe and Touchstone, all of which also featured Chris Yates on lead guitar. Dark Globe was particularly important in the formation of the creative relationship between Hare and Yates prior to the formation of Sensible Software and rehearsed in the house of Richard Ashrowan one of Hare’s closest friends since childhood. From 1990 onwards, Hare was also a frequent musical collaborator with Richard Joseph, another close friend with whom he co-wrote and arranged all of Sensible Software’s best known musical tracks including the soundtrack for Cannon Fodder the GBA version of which was also nominated for a BAFTA in 2000, and is still the only small-format soundtrack to be recognized by BAFTA to this day. In 1995 Hare and Joseph embarked upon an epic 32 track soundtrack for the multimedia product Sex ‘n’ Drugs ‘n’ Rock ‘n’ Roll, signed to Warner Interactive, however in 1998 Warner bowed out of the games market and their Magnum Opus was only ever released as a limited edition audio CD. Since 2000 Hare has also written for and performed with a number of outfits including the Little Big Band featuring Jack Monck and Sid 80s featuring Ben Daglish.
Jon “Jops” Hare (born 20 January 1966, Ilford, Essex, England) is an English computer game designer, game artist and musician. He is one of the two founder members and directors, with Chris Yates, of Sensible Software, one of the most successful European games development companies of the late 1980s and 1990s.