Peter Molyneux (born 5 May, 1959) is a video game designer and programmer, credited as one of the pioneers of modern video-gaming. He is well known for having created numerous god-games, such as Dungeon Keeper, Black & White and the classic Populous. Peter Molyneux is also responsible for the creation of numerous business simulation games, notably Theme Park, and helped with the publishing of the Fable series.
- Peter joined the Yogscast for a night of the 2012 Christmas Livestreams, where they played games that Peter had previously created.
- Peter joined Simon and Turps for a session of his game, Godus.
- The Entrepreneur
- Druid 2
- Fusion (1987)
- Populous (1989)
- Populous II: Trials of the Olympian Gods (1991)
- Syndicate (1993)
- Theme Park (1994)
- Magic Carpet (1994)
- Hi-Octane (1995)
- Genewars (1996)
- Dungeon Keeper (1997)
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- Black & White (2001)
- Fable (2004)
- Fable: The Lost Chapters (2005)
- The Movies (2005)
- Black & White 2 (2005)
- The Movies: Stunts & Effects (2006)
- Black and White 2: Battle of the Gods (2006)
- Fable II (2008)
- Fable III (2010)
- Milo and Kate (Cancelled)
- Fable: The Journey (2012)
- Curiosity: What's Inside the Cube? (2012)
- Godus (2014)
- Godus Wars (2016)
- The Trail: Frontier Challenge (2017)
- In Fable: The Lost Chapters, his gravestone can be found in Snowspire village behind the bar. If players dig here, they will be rewarded with the Lionhead back tattoo, an obvious reference to Lionhead Studios.
- In Fairfax Gardens besides the entrance of the tomb of Lady Grey there is a gravestone for PDM that has the note "this is the best grave in history and will change the way people look at final resting places in the future."
- In Fable: The Balverine Order, one of the characters, Molly Newsome, is named as a reference to Peter Molyneux.