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November 10th, 2012, 02:49
Originally Posted by CraigCWB View Post
There was a lot of bullshittiness about the title of "producer" in the computer game industry in the late 1990s and early 2000s, and it's a but troubling at least for me that this is the title he held for most the game projects he was involved in, then. Also, looking at his bio he's kinda all over the place as far as his career which either means he's a real renaissance man who excels at everything or he lacks commitment. Anyway. Whatever. The Realms of Arkania games were pretty good. Not great, but worth playing. And there were some interesting ideas in there that weren't present in other games of that era. Even if he did no more than update those to modern standards, I'd be interested in playing them.
Henkel started much earlier. His first shipped title is from 1985 (not 1987 as MobyGames says). In that day games were made by single devs or very small teams.
It's clear he has a lot of experience as writer - his job for the last decade -, as coder, game designer and project lead. He also composed music for some of Attic's games.
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