Alan B. Clark

aka: Alan Clark
Moby ID: 5128

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Alan B. Clark (10-16-1959 to 4-29-1999), became interested in computers from an early age. He worked at a store selling computers in the late 70s. In the early 80s he was co-owner of UltraSoft and authored Mask of the Sun and others. Later, he worked with Synergistics and others on many, many games. He loved working on games and wrote elegant code. He was tragically run over by car thieves in 1999 and killed.

Credited on 21 games

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Police Quest: SWAT 2 (1998, Windows) AI Consultant
King's Quest: Mask of Eternity (1998, Windows) Programming
Birthright: The Gorgon's Alliance (1996, Windows) Assistant Computer Game Designers
Air Cavalry (1995, SNES) Programmers
Spectre (1994, SNES) Programming
Warriors of Legend (1993, DOS) Programming Support
Homey D. Clown (1993, DOS) Game System
Code: Europe (1993, DOS) MS-DOS Program
Super Battleship: The Classic Naval Combat Game (1993, SNES) Programmers
LA Law: The Computer Game (1992, DOS) Original Game Design by
Destination: Mars! (1991, DOS) Technical and Programming Support
Conan: The Cimmerian (1991, Amiga) Associate Programmers
Vengeance of Excalibur (1991, DOS) Design
Spirit of Excalibur (1990, Macintosh) Programmed by
J.R.R. Tolkien's War in Middle Earth (1989, Amiga) Game Design
Aliens: The Computer Game (1987, Apple II) Apple Version by
Thexder (1987, Apple II) Thanks to
Laser Surgeon: The Microscopic Mission (1987, DOS) Programmed by
Shadowkeep (1984, Apple II) Director
The Serpent's Star (1983, Apple II) Written by

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