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Richard L. Yapp

aka: Rik Yapp, Rick Yapp, Richard Yapp

Credited on 17 games

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Blue Ice (1995 on Macintosh) Design
Pro Pinball: The Web (1995 on DOS) Play Testing
DreamWeb (1994 on DOS) Sound
Dawn Patrol (1994 on DOS) Producer
Eye of the Storm (1993 on DOS) With thanks to...
Space Ace (1993 on SNES) Game Design
Deathbringer (1992 on DOS) Level / Scenario Design
The Cool Croc Twins (1992 on Amiga) Sound FX
Campaign (1992 on DOS) Many Thanks to
Gazza II (1991 on DOS) Production Managed by
Gazza II (1990 on ZX Spectrum) Producer
The Amazing Spider-Man (1990 on Atari ST) Puzzle Design
Team Yankee (1990 on DOS) Loading Sequence Design
Time (1989 on Atari ST) Original Software Design Concept and Amiga Implementation
Gazza's Super Soccer (1989 on Commodore 64) Game Design
Yes Prime Minister: The Computer Game (1987 on ZX Spectrum) Implementation by
Titanic: The Recovery Mission (1986 on Commodore 64) Programming

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Richard Yapp (second to right) on an Oxford Digital Enterprises team picture ca. 1989.Source: ACE #22, 1989/7

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