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Third Reich (DOS)

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MobyRank
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
2.9
MobyScore
5 point score based on user ratings.

Third Reich Credits

Credits

Lead ProgrammerJamie Nash
ProgrammingDavid Hiller, John Sabean, Bryan Stout, Richard Kuryk
Lead AI ProgrammerDavid Hiller
AI ProgrammingJamie Nash
Map DatabaseJoseph R. Hummel
Computer GraphicsJoe Amoral
ManualsMark Simonitch, Robert McNamara
Playtest CoordinationDaniel Walker, David Hiller
Product CoordinationPhyllis Opolko
Original Boardgame DesignJohn Prados
Executive ProducerBill Lévay
Alpha Testing TeamVince Alonso, David Bowman, Justin Bunnell, James Feeney, David L. Greth, Roger Hoffman, Ken Jones, David Kleiman, Elliot Kravitz, Andrew Kurtz, Michael McMain, Mike Murnane, Pascal Ode, Leslie Odgers, Steve Parrish, Jim Pedicord, Tony Perkins, Richard Phillip, Ken Robinson
Beta Testing TeamScott Bechel, Mike Bowles, Steven Brengard, Michael Delay, Michael Drager, Ned Flanders, John Griesbacker, Edward Holmann, Stephen Hurst, Rob Knowles, William Kohler, William Larry, Ed McDonald, Eric McConnell, Keyser Soze, Phil Van Wiltenburg

Additional credits from readme

Beta TestingDrew Albert, Herbert Appler, Todd Jenkins, Bill Arns, John Bluethgen, Rich Bryars, Warner Johnston, Andy Burden, Glenn Jones, Heath Cajandig, Clift Carpenter, Nicholas Kapetanis, Walt Cassidy, David Kotomski, Jeffrey Child, Larry Kuzniak, Eddie Corbell, Steven LaPierre, John Coussis, Michael LaRock, Jack DeFelice, Lowell Denning, James Hyden, Bryce Don Johnson, Philip Jones, James Hyden, Craig Johnson, Steven Larson, Jeff LeGay, Darrell Dik, Mark Mastrorilli, Douglas Dowling, Geoffrey Pagels, Ronald Paldino, Michael Dwiel, Mark Polk, Ronald Elsner, Richard Porter, William Gillespie, Jim Potts, Timothy Goff, Per Amund Ruth, Scott Gowland, Barry Sommons, Ray Grant, Donny Sunarjo, Bernard Greenbank, Mark Wall, David Grosskurth, Geoffrey Watson, Frank Hagen, John van Valer, R. Daniel Haynes, Preston Werntz, Wayne Heermans, Roberto O. Wesley, Kirk Hess, Michael Yelich, Alan Dunkin
Special thanksBill Lévay (Sounds), Rich Bryars, Mike Bowles (additional setup scripts), Steven Holmes (new Avalon Hill opening animation)

Other Games

In addition to this game, the following people are listed as working on other games. No more than 25 people are listed here, even if there are more than 25 people who have also worked on other games.

Bill Lévay, 45 other games
Steven Holmes, 34 other games
Ken Robinson, 30 other games
Jim Pedicord, 28 other games
Robert McNamara, 27 other games
Phyllis Opolko, 26 other games
Joe Amoral, 19 other games
Joseph R. Hummel, 18 other games
Michael Dwiel, 13 other games
Daniel Walker, 9 other games
Rob Knowles, 9 other games
Darrell Dik, 7 other games
Richard Porter, 6 other games
David Kleiman, 5 other games
Jamie Nash, 4 other games
Eric McConnell, 4 other games
David Hiller, 4 other games
Lowell Denning, 4 other games
Jim Potts, 3 other games
Elliot Kravitz, 3 other games
Michael McMain, 3 other games
David Kotomski, 3 other games
Roberto O. Wesley, 3 other games
Steven Brengard, 3 other games
Alan Dunkin, 3 other games

Collaborations

People who have worked on this game have also collaborated on the creation of the following games:

Wooden Ships & Iron Men, a group of 12 people
History of the World, a group of 8 people
Advanced Civilization, a group of 7 people
Cavewars, a group of 7 people
Over the Reich, a group of 7 people
Kingmaker, a group of 4 people
Operation Crusader, a group of 4 people
Europe in Flames, a group of 4 people
Achtung Spitfire, a group of 4 people
Battleground 4: Shiloh, a group of 4 people
Age of Sail, a group of 4 people
East Front, a group of 4 people
Battleground 6: Napoleon in Russia, a group of 3 people
Flight Commander 2, a group of 3 people
Battleground 8: Prelude to Waterloo, a group of 3 people
1830: Railroads & Robber Barons, a group of 3 people
Battleground 3: Waterloo , a group of 3 people

Credits for this game were contributed by Elliot Kravitz (14), Jewelcase (1192) and Rola (6924)