Also Known As
- V. Pokhilko
|Pandora's Box (1999)||(Additional Game Design)|
|Ice & Fire (1995)||(Game Concept)|
|Super Tetris (1991)||(Original Concept)|
|Faces (1990)||(Original Concept)|
|Magnetic Crane (1989)||(Game by)|
|El-Fish (1993)||(Interface Design)|
|The Next Tetris (1999)||(Special Thanks to)|
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