Arjan Brussee

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Arjan Brussee (born 1972) is a Dutch computer game programmer, the main coder behind both Jazz Jackrabbit games, and the co-founder of Boss Key Productions. His latest work was Killzone 2 at Guerrilla Games as a development director. He is often credited with being the first successful Dutch game developer, sometimes mentioned as "the godfather of Dutch game development".[1]. On 23 February 2012 Arjan announced that he was leaving Guerilla and would be joining the EA Games studio Visceral Games as an executive producer.

Arjan used to be a demoscene coder. As a member of the group Ultra Force, he coded one of the first demo's ever to use 3D imagery on the PC, called Vectordemo.

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