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Company started by Jerry Lawson, who previously led the engineering group that developed the Fairchild Channel F system. Made games for Parker Brothers, Mattel, CBS, and Amiga. [http://www.vintage.org/2006/main/bio.php?id=1586]
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Company started by Jerry Lawson, who was previously the chief engineer behind the Fairchild Channel F system. Made games for Parker Brothers, Mattel, CBS, and Amiga. [http://www.vintage.org/2006/main/bio.php?id=1586]
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'''[[Research Methods]]:''' Online resources (see [[#Links|Links]])
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'''[[Interviews|Related Interviews]]:''' Jerry Lawson [http://rapidshare.com/files/128601496/rgrlawson01.mp3 Part 1] [http://rapidshare.com/files/128582820/rgrlawson02.mp3 Part 2] (courtesy of [http://www.retrogamingradio.com/ RetroGaming Radio])
  
 
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Revision as of 11:28, 12 July 2008

Company started by Jerry Lawson, who was previously the chief engineer behind the Fairchild Channel F system. Made games for Parker Brothers, Mattel, CBS, and Amiga. [1]

Research Methods: Online resources (see Links)

Related Interviews: Jerry Lawson Part 1 Part 2 (courtesy of RetroGaming Radio)

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  • 3-D Genesis (unreleased) (Amiga)
  • 3-D Ghost Attack (unreleased) (Amiga)
  • Color Bar Generator (US Publisher: Videosoft)
  • Depth Charge (unreleased) (Amiga)
  • In Search of the Golden Skull (unreleased) (Mattel) [2]
  • Mogul Maniac (US Publisher: Amiga)
  • Off Your Rocker (unreleased) (Amiga)
  • S.A.C. Alert (unreleased) (Amiga)
  • Scavenger Hunt (unreleased) (Amiga)
  • Strafe (unreleased) (Amiga)
  • Surf's Up (unreleased) (Amiga)

Links