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Peter Austin

aka: Pete Austin

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Peter Austin co-founded Level 9 Computing Ltd. in 1981. By 1983 they had become a full time employee. Austin worked on several titles released by Level 9 including Adrian Mole, both as a programmer and game designer.

Austin had previously studied Psychology and a Diploma in Computing at Cambridge University. He was a member of the War Games Society there and also enjoyed playing the Dungeons and Dragons role-playing game.

Credited on 22 games

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Champion of the Raj (1991 on Amiga) Designed by
Scapeghost (1989 on ZX Spectrum) Game text
Time and Magik: The Trilogy (1988 on DOS) Program
Lancelot (1988 on Amiga) Designer
Ingrid's Back! (1988 on DOS) Ingrid Design
Silicon Dreams (1987 on DOS) Designed by
The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole (1987 on ZX Spectrum) Programmed
Knight Orc (1987 on Atari ST) Idea, design
Gnome Ranger (1987 on Commodore 64) Design
Jewels of Darkness (1986 on Commodore 64) Programming
The Price of Magik (1986 on Atari 8-bit) Cover Text:
The Worm in Paradise (1985 on Commodore 64) Tested by
The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13¾ (1985 on Commodore 64) Programmed by
Red Moon (1985 on ZX Spectrum) Game Design
Emerald Isle (1985 on ZX Spectrum) Adventure System
Lords of Time (1984 on ZX Spectrum) Implementation
The Saga of Erik the Viking (1984 on Amstrad CPC) Programmed by
Return to Eden (1984 on ZX Spectrum) Game Design
Snowball (1983 on ZX Spectrum) Implementation
Adventure Quest (1983 on Commodore 64) Programmer

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