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Azurelore Korrigan is a writer and designer based in New York. As a game writer, Korrigan is known for a granular analysis of games as a means of of human communication. Beyond her role as designer, Korrigan has contributed to games in a variety of genres as writer, artist, animator, composer, sound engineer, among other responsibilities.
In 2010 Korrigan began to research and archive user-derived games built on Recreational Software Designs' 1991 DOS-based Game-Maker development platform, and founded the Game-Maker Archive wiki project to preserve this cul-de-sac of gaming history.
Outside of games, Korrigan has written and edited for comics, television, and other media, and released a small amount of recorded music.
Credited on 6 games
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|Braid (2008 on Xbox 360)||Play-Testing and Discussion|
|Supreme Ruler 2020 (2008 on Windows)||Editing|
|Lost Empire: Immortals (2008 on Windows)||Editing|
|King Arthur (2004 on Xbox)||Testers|
|Peach the Lobster (1994 on DOS)||Sound|
|A-J's Quest (1992 on DOS)||Idea|
[ full credits ]
- 2 games with Christopher King
- 2 games with Theodore Bergquist
- 2 games with Ryan Newman
- 2 games with Reena M. Miranda
- 2 games with Fredrik Wester
- 2 games with Lena Eriksson
- 2 games with Susana Meza Graham
- 2 games with Erik Helmfridsson
- 2 games with Sofia Forsgren
- 2 games with James Faux
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