- With a little (ok, a lot) of help from Google, I see that David Crane is:
a) a video game designer
b) a British oil painter
c) creator of Friends
d) avid dancer (anag.)
I think that the answer on Dave B's card is (a).
So what do I win?
- Andrew wrote:
> With a little (ok, a lot) of help from Google, I see that David Crane is:That's cheating!
> a) a video game designer
> b) a British oil painter
> c) creator of Friends
> d) avid dancer (anag.)
> I think that the answer on Dave B's card is (a).
Yes, that's the David Crane I was referring to. He is the co-founder (along
with 3 others) of Activision who pulled away from Atari in 1980 to produce
high quality 2600 games. He created such great games as Pitfall, Freeway,
Laster Blast, Dragster and Grand Prix (among others). Not many people also
know that he did the graphics for Kaboom (game designed by Larry Kaplan
based loosely on an older arcade game called Avalanche).
> So what do I win?I've got a spare 2600 Pac-Man cart worth about 5 cents street value. Better
yet, you can have one of my little Spin-4-It spinners if I can manage to
http://www.gis.net/~dber (South Shore Gamers)
No Refuge? No Kidding! -- IKARUGA 020905
- But you have to promise to drive out into the desert and bury the
Dave....A book called "High Score" showed up on the cheap table at
Books a Million down here recently. If you find a copy, and don't have
one---you desperately want a copy.
2 Odyssey 1's
1 Atari Tank
1 Atari 2600
1 Odyssey 2
1 Turbographix 16
1 Atari Lynx
1 Sega Genesis
1 Sega Master System
1 Sega Nomad
1 Sega Saturn
1 Sega Dreamcast
On Wednesday, October 2, 2002, at 11:41 AM, Dave Bernazzani wrote:
>> So what do I win?
> I've got a spare 2600 Pac-Man cart worth about 5 cents street value.
> yet, you can have one of my little Spin-4-It spinners if I can manage
> find them!