Vaughan Clarkson

Vaughan Clarkson started writing games when he was a schoolboy. His first computer was an Exidy Sorceror, but friendship networks exposed him to a range of different Z80 computers, and these were a source of interest to him. He started […]  Read More »

Veronika Megler

Veronika Megler entered the electronic games industry without any particular interest in games. A Science Valedictorian from MacRobertson High School she went on to study Science at The University of Melbourne. While planning to major in statistics, she took a […]  Read More »

William Tang

Best known as the author of the Horace games William Tang was Beam Software’s first employee. He was studying commerce and computer science at the University of Melbourne when Alfred Milgrom hired him in December 1980 to work during his […]  Read More »

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