Al Escudero

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Al Escudero (born c. 1966)[1] is a video game designer for computer games.


Escudero is mostly self-taught in computers and gaming. He ran a bulletin board system, Castle Amber, beginning in 1986.[1] In the early 1990s he and Kris Hatlelid co-wrote The Majic Realm, a game played primarily through a bulletin board system that they owned, ICE Online, based in Burnaby, Canada.[1][2]

Other games to his credit include:


  1. ^ a b c (December 18, 1997). "ICE didn't crack", The Province, p. A50.
  2. ^ Taylor, Terry (December 18, 1994). "Majic beasts stalk bulletin board: And sometimes gang wars break out, too", The Province, p. B12.
  3. ^ Al Escudero at MobyGames