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Ed Averett

Also Known As

  • E. Averett

Game Credits


Power Lords (1983)   (Programmer)
Attack of the Timelord! (1982)   (Software Copyright ©1982)
Freedom Fighters! (1982)   (Programmer)
The Great Wall Street Fortune Hunt (1982)   (Programmer)
K.C.'s Krazy Chase! (1982)   (Software Copyright © 1982)
Pick Axe Pete! (1982)   (Software Copyright © 1982)
Conquest of the World (1981)   (Programmer)
K.C. Munchkin! (1981)   (Software Copyright ©1981)
Monkeyshines! (1981)   (Programmer)
The Quest for the Rings (1981)   (Programmer)
UFO! (1981)   (Programmer)
Alien Invaders - Plus! (1980)   (Programmer)
Blockout! / Breakdown! (1980)   (Programmer)
Casino Slot Machine! (1980)   (Programming)
Electronic Table Soccer! (1980)   (Programmer)
Pachinko! (1980)   (Programming)
Pocket Billiards! (1980)   (Programmer)
Alpine Skiing! (1979)   (Programmer)
Dynasty! (1979)   (Programming)
Hockey! / Soccer! (1979)   (Programmer)
Invaders from Hyperspace! (1979)   (Programmer)
I've Got Your Number! (1979)   (Programmer)
Showdown in 2100 A.D. (1979)   (Programmer)
Volleyball! (1979)   (Programmer)
War of Nerves! (1979)   (Programmer)
Math-A-Magic! / Echo! (1978)   (Programmer)
Speedway! / Spin-Out! / Crypto-Logic! (1978)   (Software Copyright © 1982)
Take the Money and Run! (1978)   (Programmer)

Developer Biography

Formerly an Intel employee, Ed Averett moved to Magnavox six months after the Odyssey 2 production started, as the game designers at Magnavox were out of ideas for new games.

In James Hague's words, "Ed Averett basically was the Odyssey 2, writing the entirely library of games, excepting some early releases: twenty-four games in four years".

As of 2006, Ed worked at Microsoft, as a program manager on the Windows Shell team. He's married to Linda Averett, who worked with him during his Odyssey 2 years, and now also works at Microsoft.

Last updated: May 02, 2007