Andrew Bradfield

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Andrew "Andy" Bradfield
Born 1966
Died September 21, 2001
Nationality New Zealand
Occupation Stainless Steel fabricator tradesman / qualified welder
Known for Laser Hawk

Andrew "Andy" Bradfield (1966—September 21, 2001) was a video game programmer from New Zealand best known for his work on games for the Atari 8-bit family of home computers. He created Laser Hawk (1986) and its sequel Hawkquest (1989).[1] He teamed with artist Harvey Kong Tin on both titles.

He died on September 21, 2001, aged 35, following a two-year battle with leukemia.


External links[edit]

  • For a Hawkquest screenshot, see: [1])
  • For a Laser Hawk screenshot, see: [2]).
  • For a detailed obituary, see: [3]