Lee Sheldon has been a mystery writer for most of his career in three forms of media: computer games, television and books. Before writing and designing Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None for The Adventure Company, Lee wrote and designed 16 video games including The Riddle of Master Lu, Dark Side of the Moon, and most recently worked on massively multiplayer worlds for companies including Cyan (URU: Ages Beyond Myst") and Disney (Disney Virtual Kingdom).
Last updated: Sep 09, 2005
- Interview with Lee Sheldon (2007) -- Interview with Lee about his career and game design approach - on Adventure Classic Gaming
- Anti-Linear Logic -- Lee Sheldon shares his many years of experience and his opinion about storytelling in games.
- Interview with Lee Sheldon -- On Just Adventure+ May 1999
- Interview with Lee in Feb. 2005 -- Rosemary of Quandary.com questions Lee about the game in development Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None