For the co-creator of the Wizardry series of role-playing video games, see Andrew C. Greenberg
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Andrew Greenberg is a game designer of tabletop role-playing games and role-playing video games.
Greenberg was one of White Wolf Publishing's original developers on Vampire: The Masquerade (1991). He was the line editor for Vampire, and as one of the early "World of Darkness" developers, he helped define the look and feel of that series. He authored the supplement Chicago by Night. After years with White Wolf, he joined Holistic Design, Inc. (HDI), where he co-created Fading Suns (1996) with Bill Bridges. Greenberg directed video game development at Holistic and worked on computer games like Emperor of the Fading Suns and Mall Tycoon. He was a co-writer of Dracula Unleashed. Greenberg produced a new d20 edition of an old roleplaying game called Rapture: The Second Coming (2002).
Greenberg helped found the Mythic Imagination Institute and is co-chair of the Mythic Journeys convention. In 2007, he began teaching video game design classes at the Art Institute of Atlanta.
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