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Andrew Challis

aka: A. Challis
Moby ID: 809

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Andrew Challis is a programmer and games designer who wrote several titles for Interceptor Micros from 1985-1987. He also produced some loader systems for the company including a Micro Painter game for their budget Players label.

After leaving Interceptor, Challis worked for BT from January 1988 as a Technical Officer. After 20 years at the company Challis took a short break. He joined AC Home Solutions in the role of Superior Electrician in 2009.

Credited on 17 games

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Dizzy Dice (1987, Commodore 16, Plus/4) Written by
Micro Painter (1986, Commodore 64) By
Killapede (1986, Commodore 16, Plus/4) Written by
Guzzler (1986, Commodore 16, Plus/4) Written by
Into the Eagle's Nest (1986, Apple II) Written by
Crystals Of Carus (1985, Commodore 64) And the Graphics Part Was Written by
Wheelin' Wallie (1984, Commodore 64) Written by
Trollie Wallie (1984, Commodore 64) Written by
Caverns of Sillahc (1984, Commodore 64) By
Wallie Goes to Rhymeland (1984, Commodore 64) Written by
Break Fever (1984, Commodore 64) Modified by
Crazy Kong (1984, VIC-20) Written by
Bandana City (1984, Commodore 64) Graphics by
Penny Slot (1983, VIC-20) Written by
Missile Command (1983, Commodore 64) Written by
Frogger 64 (1983, Commodore 64) Written By
Alien Attack (1982, VIC-20) Written by

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