Rick Levine is best known for his Imagic
Intellivision game, Microsurgeon
. It is considered one of the first video games related to health. For RCA Laboratories
, he lead the programming of Palenque
, one of the earliest interactive motion video games for CD-ROM. While at Digital Pictures
, he programmed the Windows 95 version of Double Switch
, one of the first DirectX games.
Mr. Levine recently worked at Microsoft Corporation
as a senior software engineer in the Windows and Games divisions. He holds a B.A. in Mathematics from UCLA and a B.S. in Computer Science from UC Irvine.
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