|Role||Senior Game Designer|
|Employed||2006 ─ 2012|
|Infobox • Talk page|
Mod Chihiro was a senior game designer and technical developer at Jagex.
Prior to becoming a senior game designer, Chihiro was a lead technical developer and content developer. As part of this role, Chihiro continued to develop content and "acted as overall technical advisor on all content projects." He curated the Gnome quest series, until Mod Maylea took over. He was one of the developers working on Clan Citadels and other clan updates and as a result, authored many developer's blogs on the topic.
Chihiro also did the design review for A Fairy Tale III - Battle at Ork's Rift as Mod Mark was too busy. He also aided in the design of the Bonus XP Weekend. Together with Mod Ash and Mod Benny, he provided technical support for While Guthix Sleeps.
Contributions[edit | edit source]
- Impetuous Impulses
- Gnome Restaurant
- Pyramid Plunder
- Recipe for Disaster: Freeing King Awowogei (with Liam and Dylan)
- The Fremennik Isles (with Ben, Douglas)
- The Eyes of Glouphrie
- The Path of Glouphrie
- Cook's Assistant (rework)
- Resting and musicians
- Herald capes and clan capes (with Giragast)
- Clan Citadels (with Maz, Roderick, Edam, Ash)
- Gnome Empire graphical update
- 2012 Easter event (with Edam)
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Yamada Island is named after him.
References[edit | edit source]
- ^ Mod Chihiro. Runehq Phone Interview With Jagex. RuneHQ. 24 April 2009. (Archived from the original on 31 August 2013.) "I’ve been here 3 and a bit years now."
- ^ Mod Chihiro. "Fairy Tale III: Design Review." 5 June 2009. Developers' Blogs.
- ^ Mod Knox. "Save the Date!." 26 February 2010. Developers' Blogs.
- ^ Mod Chihiro. Runehq Phone Interview With Jagex. RuneHQ. 24 April 2009. (Archived from the original on 31 August 2013.) "[What is your proudest personal accomplishment?] In RS? Fremennik Isles. It was a hard project to develop, as it was passed to me mid-development and I underestimated how much work I needed to do to it."
- ^ Mod Chihiro. "Rest and Musicians." 23 April 2009. Developers' Blogs.