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Cooking with Historic Video Game Developer Garry Kitchen

By November 21, 2012

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This Thursday morning folks all across America will be in their kitchen cooking up a storm for the big Thanksgiving feast. In honor of the occasion I was going to write an article on Pressure Cooker for the Atari 2600, but while doing my research on the history of the game I kept getting more involved in the history of the game's creator, appropriately named Garry Kitchen.

A historic game designer, software engineer, programmer, and producer, Garry got his start with handheld electronic games, leapt onto the Atari 2600 craze of the '80s, was one of the early Activision team members, created the first game development software tools for the general public, and with his long time business partner David Crane, has continually built innovative and groundbreaking titles.

The Pressure Cooker article is gonna have to come in another day or two because right now I gotta see what Garry Kitchen has got cooked up.

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