|Occupation||Video game developer|
|Awards||IGDA Award for Community Contribution (2002)|
Jeff Lander is an American video game programmer. He creates real-time 3D graphics at Darwin 3D, a game technology specialist company. He has written several articles on 3D graphics for Gamasutra and Game Developers Conference. In 2002, he received the IGDA Award for Community Contribution at the Game Developers Choice Awards.
In 2009, Jeff Lander and Bob Rafei founded Big Red Button Entertainment, a video game development studio. Lander is the studio's technical director, and served in this role for their debut game, Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric.
|Year of release||Game||Role||Developer||Publisher|
|1997||Dark Reign: The Future of War||Additional programming||Auran Development||Activision|
|2001||Supercar Street Challenge||Lead Programmer||Exakt Entertainment||Activision|
|Anachronox||Programmer||Ion Storm||Eidos Interactive|
|2003||True Crime: Streets of LA||Programming/Technology||Luxoflux||Activision|
|2005||True Crime: New York City||Player Programming Lead||Luxoflux||Activision|
|2014||Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric||Programmer||Big Red Button Entertainment||Sega|