Armin Gessert

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Armin Gessert (June 13, 1963 – November 8, 2009) was a computer game developer from Germany. Along with Manfred Trenz and Chris Hülsbeck, he was one of the developers behind the computer game The Great Giana Sisters for Commodore 64. His previous employers included the labels Rainbow Arts and Blue Byte.

In 1994 he established his own company, Spellbound Entertainment, which has released several titles, among them Desperados, Desperados 2 and Airline Tycoon. Gessert's last title, Great Giana Sisters DS was released in 2009 in Germany and Australia.

Gessert died of a heart attack on November 8, 2009.[1] He had been working in the video game industry for 25 years.


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