Glenn Wichman

aka: Glenn Wichmann

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Glenn Wichman originally co-designed Rogue (for UNIX computers) with Michael Toy in 1980. Glenn did the graphic design for the Mac version of Rogue for Epyx.

In 1985, Glenn ported rogue to the Atari ST for Epyx (which also released versions for CoCo, Amiga, Mac & DOS). Glenn worked for Software Toolworks (now part of Broderbund), where he contributed to Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing, Life & Death, and Hunt for Red October, among other projects.

Glenn also wrote two shareware games for Macintosh, "Mombasa" and "Toxic Ravine".

In 2010, Glenn joined Zynga as a principal developer of the games portal

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