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Don Priestley

Game Credits

Design

Dictator (1983)   (Devised by)
City Patrol and Sabotage (1982)   (Devised by)
 

Programming/Engineering

Gregory Loses His Clock (1989)   (By)
Flunky (1987)   (By)
Through the Trap Door (1987)   (Program)
Benny Hill's Madcap Chase (1986)   (Program by)
The Trap Door (1986)   (Program)
Minder (1985)   (Program)
Popeye (1985)   (Program)
Dictator (1983)   (Written by)
Maziacs (1983)   (By)
3D Tanx (1982)   (By)
City Patrol and Sabotage (1982)   (Written by)
Meteoroids (1982)   (By)
The Damsel and the Beast (1981)   (By)
 

Art/Graphics

Benny Hill's Madcap Chase (1986)   (Graphics by)
 


Developer Biography

Don Priestley is a programmer who wrote various games in the 1980s.

Priestley had originally been a teacher. He first learned about computing by taking a night class in Pascal.

His first commercial releases came out on the Bug-Byte label. These were followed by several titles from dk'tronics.

When the games industry was moving towards development by teams rather than individuals, Priestley decided that did not suit the way he worked so he returned to teaching.

Last updated: Aug 19, 2019


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