Vladimir Pokhilko

aka: Vladmir Pokhilko, V. Pokhilko

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From the San Francisco Examiner:

Vladimir Pokhilko was President of AnimaTek, a San Francisco-based software company.

In 2000, he was "apparently pushed to the edge" due to financial difficulties with his company. Tragically, he "brutally murdered his 39-year-old wife, Elena Fedotova, and their 12-year-old son, Peter Pokhilko, before killing himself."

Credited on 8 games

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Microsoft Pandora's Box (1999 on Windows) Additional Game Design
The Next Tetris (1999 on PlayStation) Special Thanks to
Ice & Fire (1995 on Windows) Game Concept
El-Fish (1993 on DOS) Director
Super Tetris (1991 on DOS) Original Design Concept
Hatris (1990 on NES) Original Concept, Design and Program by
Faces ...tris III (1990 on DOS) Original Concept
Magnetic Crane (1989 on DOS) Game by

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Vladimir Pokhilko, June 1996

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