Nicky Robinson (game programmer)

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Nicky Robinson is a computer game programmer, one of the earliest women to enter the field. Her career spans over twenty years, and extends back into the classic gaming era with such recognized titles as Star Control and Mail Order Monsters, on which she worked with Evan Robinson and renowned game designer Paul Reiche III.

She later worked at 3DO as a game programmer.

Robinson's work has been published by Electronic Arts, Activision, Accolade, 3DO and Atari.

She has been active in the organization and leadership of Women in Games International, a group dedicated to involving more women in professional game development and to advancing their careers. She is also a past board member of the Game Developers Conference.

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