Robert J. Woodhead
Robert J. Woodhead is an entrepreneur, software engineer and former computer game programmer, most known for creating (together with Andrew C. Greenberg
) the seminal role-playing game Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord
(1981) and several of its sequels.
Later, he authored Interferon and Virex, two of the earliest anti-virus applications for the Macintosh, and co-founded AnimEigo, one of the first US anime releasing companies, subtitling and dubbing Japanese anime and samurai films for several years. During his six-year stay in Japan, he married his translator and interpreter, Natsumi Ueki, together with whom he has two children. He also runs a search engine promotion website called SelfPromotion.com. As a hobby, he builds combat robots.
Also Known As
- Robert Woodhead
- R J Woodhead
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- Justice League Heroes (2006), Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Inc.
- Xardion (1992), Asmik Corp. of America
- Star Saga: One - Beyond the Boundary (1988), Masterplay Publishing Corporation
- Wizardry: The Return of Werdna - The Fourth Scenario (1988), Sir-tech Software, Inc.
- Wizardry: Knight of Diamonds - The Second Scenario (1987), Sir-tech Software, Inc.
- The Wizardry Trilogy: Scenarios I, II & III (1987), Sir-tech Software, Inc.
- Wizardry: Legacy of Llylgamyn - The Third Scenario (1986), Sir-tech Software, Inc.
- Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord (1981), Sir-tech Software, Inc.
- Galactic Attack (1980), Siro-tech