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Vladimir Pokhilko

Also Known As

  • V. Pokhilko

Game Credits

Design

Pandora's Box (1999)   (Additional Game Design)
Ice & Fire (1995)   (Directed by)
El-Fish (1993)   (Director)
Super Tetris (1991)   (Original design concept)
Faces (1990)   (Original Concept)
Magnetic Crane (1989)   (Game by)
 

Art/Graphics

El-Fish (1993)   (Interface Design)
 

Thanks

The Next Tetris (1999)   (Special Thanks to)
 


Developer Biography

From the San Francisco Examiner:

Vladimir Pokhilko was President of AnimaTek, a San Francisco-based software company.

In 2000, he was "apparently pushed to the edge" due to financial difficulties with his company. Tragically, he "brutally murdered his 39-year-old wife, Elena Fedotova, and their 12-year-old son, Peter Pokhilko, before killing himself."

Last updated: Jul 29, 2003