Recreation developer Archer Maclean lately passed away on the age of 60. Maclean was a longtime programmer and designer finest identified for Dropzone on the Atari 8-bit and Commodore 64. Recreation Developer reviews: Born January 28, 1962, Maclean’s first recreation was the aforementioned Dropzone. Following the success of that title, he would go on to do design and graphics for 1986’s Worldwide Karate (and its 1987 sequel, Worldwide Karate+), and a number of other snooker simulation video games, together with Archer Maclean Presents Pool Paradise. A number of of those titles had been developed at Superior Studios, a subsidiary of the now defunct Ignition Leisure. Maclean co-founded Superior in 2002, and later left the developer in 2005. He went on to discovered Superior Play, creators of the 2009 Nintendo Wii title Speedzone (or Wheelspin in Europe). Although Speedzone marked the tip of his time as a recreation developer, Maclean additionally wrote columns for Retro Gamer Magazine.
Leave a Reply