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Larry Merkel founded Atomic Games with Keith Zabalaoui and Ed Rains in 1989. He co-designed the four games in the V for Victory Series. Merkel later left the company, along with Ed Rains, before development on the first Close Combat game was started. He later did the graphics and AI for the unfinished European Theater of Operations: Normandy, along with Rains and I.L. Holdridge.
Credited on 7 games
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|D-Day: America Invades (1995 on DOS)||AI Programming|
|World at War: Volume II - Stalingrad (1995 on DOS)||AI Programming|
|Operation Crusader (1994 on DOS)||AI Programming|
|V for Victory: Market Garden (1993 on DOS)||Programming|
|V for Victory: Gold-Juno-Sword (1993 on DOS)||Programming|
|V for Victory: Velikiye Luki (1992 on DOS)||Programming|
|V for Victory: Battleset 1 - D-Day Utah Beach - 1944 (1991 on DOS)||Programming|
[ full credits ]
- 7 games with Keith Zabalaoui
- 6 games with Marc William Ericksen
- 6 games with Eric Young
- 4 games with Ed Rains
- 4 games with Joan Andrews
- 4 games with Chuck Anderson
- 3 games with Phyllis Opolko
- 3 games with Jeffrey Wesevich
- 3 games with Stephen Szymanski
- 3 games with Doug Walker
[ 50 more people ]
- 7 games with Atomic Games, Inc.
- 4 games with Three-Sixty Pacific, Inc.
- 4 games with Electronic Arts Distribution
- 3 games with Avalon Hill Game Company, The
- 1 game with Human Machine Interfaces, Inc.
- 1 game with Clayton Engineering
- 1 game with Bogas Productions
- 1 game with U.S. Gold Ltd.
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