Andrew C. Greenberg
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Andrew C. Greenberg (born 1957) co-created Wizardry with Robert Woodhead, which was one of the first role-playing video games for a personal computer. He was also involved with the production of the game Q-Bert and several of the later Wizardry games in the 1980s. He is a graduate of Cornell University, where he did his first work on role-playing video games. He also is a proficient tuba player.
With Rick Dutton, Walter Freitag, and Michael Massimilla he created Star Saga: One - Beyond The Boundary & Star Saga: Two - The Clathran Menace, in 1988 and 1989 respectively. Both were released by Masterplay Publishing.
After working as a patent attorney with Carlton Fields, a law firm in Florida, Andrew moved to California where he serves as an executive and general counsel for a renewable energy company. Greenberg is a past Chairman of the Intellectual Property Committee for the IEEE, and has received the Institute's National Citation of Honor.
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