Two earlier games, Adventure in the 5th Dimension (1983) and Crash Dive! (1984), were published in the pages of ANALOG Computing, a magazine for Atari home computer enthusiasts. Screenshots of a third game, Tachyon, were previewed, but the game was never published in the magazine.
Moriarty now lectures as a Professor of Interactive Media and Game Development at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. On occasion, he delivers public lectures, one of which has been turned into an amateur dramatics production.
^Amy Cooke (24 May 2011). "Open Drama Night". Nouse: University of York's Student Website. Archived from the original on 3 June 2011. Retrieved 9 June 2011. "A Brechtian style piece, based on a lecture Todd received by Brian Moriarty, the play explores the history or rather the historiography surrounding the issue of the authorship of Shakespeare’s plays."
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