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Arthur Gutowitz

Game Credits

Creative Services

SwordQuest: WaterWorld (1983)   (Treasurer)
SwordQuest: EarthWorld (1982)   (Treasurer)
SwordQuest: FireWorld (1982)   (Treasurer)
Defender (1981)   (Treasurer)
Phoenix (1980)   (Treasurer)
Galaxian (1979)   (Treasurer)
Star Raiders (1979)   (Treasurer)
 

Other

Berzerk (1980)   (Treasurer)
 


Developer Biography

At one point, circa the late '70s-early '80s, Arthur Gutowitz was the accountant for DC Comics. The hook that results in his being credited in a video games database is that DC Comics, as a subsidiary of the Warner Bros. media empire at that time, briefly created mini-comic books as pack-ins with Atari 2600 video games -- as Atari was, very briefly, also a member of the WB stable.

Last updated: Mar 17, 2014