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« on: November 26, 2012, 01:36:36 AM »

so my parents went out today to buy a kitchen stove off someone, they start talking to him and it turns out he's really into inventing things and programming computer software including games. they found his personal website after coming home and he listed some of the things he's invented, one of them was a Commodore 64 game called Viking Raider. I don't know if he still has any copies of it (or whether or not he would ever sell them if he did), but i thought it was pretty cool that my parents got to meet someone who actually worked on games for big systems like C64 back then. anyone else ever meet people like this that used to (or still do) work on actually designing/creating games? I know shadow has mentioned some of his work at EA, but i don't know of anyone else with similar lines of work here.

here's the DP page for the game, apparently it's a 6: http://guide.digitpress.c...cmf/game.cmf?gameid=33815
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