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Fernando Herrera founded First Star Software in 1982.
He was the first recipient of the Atari Program Exchange's "Atari Star" award for the educational title My First Alphabet.
Herrera was originally a programmer for First Star creating titles such as Astro Chase. He moved on to game design and project manager roles. He left the company circa 1988-89.
He went on to create programmes for businesses including AT&T and worked in Internet marketing.
Credited on 10 games
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|Rockford: The Arcade Game (1988 on ZX Spectrum)||Designed by|
|Spy vs Spy (1986 on NES)||Project Directors|
|Superman: The Game (1986 on ZX Spectrum)||Designed by|
|Spy vs. Spy III: Arctic Antics (1986 on Atari 8-bit)||Project Directors|
|Boulder Dash: Construction Kit (1986 on Commodore 64)||Screens designed by|
|Bristles (1983 on Atari 8-bit)||Programming|
|Astro Chase (1983 on Atari 5200)||Programmer|
|Time Bomb (1981 on Atari 8-bit)||By|
|My First Alphabet (1981 on Atari 8-bit)||By|
|Space Chase (1981 on Atari 8-bit)||Manual Contents © 1982|
[ full credits ]
- 4 games with Richard M. Spitalny
- 3 games with Jim Nangano
- 3 games with Nick Scarim
- 2 games with Michael J. Riedel
- 2 games with Tony Manso
- 2 games with Peter Liepa
- 2 games with Christopher Gray
- 2 games with Antonio Prohias
- 2 games with D. Turner
- 2 games with Walter Guslawski
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