Our friend Harbour Master over at Alliance of Awesome fellow Electron Dance has been publishing a series of fascinating, heartfelt vignettes on game designers. The latest tells the story of Bill Williams, one of the greatest visionaries of the early home computer period, one his colleagues have called “The Stanley Kubrick of Game Design.” Tragically the world lost him to cystic fibrosis, and we were denied his genius far too early. Check out HM’s thoughts.
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Cheers for the nod Steerpike, this one seems to be receiving more love than I was expecting.