Mike Dussault or Mike D is a programmer.
Between 1996 and 2000 he worked at Monolith Productions, where he was the tech lead engineer on the Lithtech game engine. He has also been credited for a number of Monolith games, including The Operative: No One Lives Forever 
Work at Monolith[edit | edit source]
Until 1999, he was the tech lead engineer on the Lithtech 1.0 and 2.0 game engine versions. From about May 1996 to August 1998 Dussault worked on Shogo: Mobile Armor Division. After finishing Shogo, he worked on The Operative: No One Lives Forever (NOLF) for approximately 1 year. For his work on the Lithtech engine, he is credited for Blood II: The Chosen and Aliens versus Predator 2.
Work on NOLF[edit | edit source]
Move to Valve[edit | edit source]
In January 2000, Dussault received a job offer from Valve Corporation. In his plan file Monolith CEO Jace Hall said:
"I'd like to clearly state for the record that LithTech would not be where it is today without Mike's incredible talent and effort. He has helped to build a great and highly skilled engine team, and his personal efforts have been nothing short of spectacular over the last few years".
His last day at Monolith was January 21, 2000.