Larry Kaplan

Moby ID: 93714

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Larry Kaplan was a programmer for Atari in the 1970s. He was one of the programmers that left Atari for his lack of recognition for the games he programmed and designed. These programmers left to found Activision with former record industry executive Jim Levy.

Before entering the video games industry Kaplan studied Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley.

Credited on 17 games

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Blitz: The League II (2008, Xbox 360) System Programmers
NBA Ballers: Chosen One (2008, Xbox 360) Systems Programmers
Activision Hits Remixed (2006, PSP) An Incredibly Huge Thanks To
Horizon X (2004, Windows) Horizon X was inspired by Activision's classic Atari 2600 console game, "Kaboom!" by
Activision Anthology: Remix Edition (2003, Windows) Incredibly Huge Thanks
Activision Anthology (2002, PlayStation 2) An Incredibly Huge Thanks to
Kaboom! (1981, Atari 2600) Conceived and designed by
Bridge (1980, Atari 2600) Conceived and designed by
Video Easel (1979, Atari 8-bit) Programmed by
Super Breakout (1979, Atari 8-bit) Programmed by
Codebreaker (1978, Atari 2600) Programmer
Brain Games (1978, Atari 2600) Programmed by
Bowling (1978, Atari 2600) Programmed by
Back to School Pak (1978, Atari 2600) Brain Games programmer
Combat (1977, Atari 2600) Scoring system and last-minute bug fixes
Air-Sea Battle (1977, Atari 2600) Programmed by
Street Racer (1977, Atari 2600) Programmed by

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