Garry Kitchen

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Garry Kitchen
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Kitchen in 2013
Born (1958-08-18) August 18, 1958 (age 57)
Washington D.C., United States
Known for Garry Kitchen's GameMaker, Donkey Kong, Keystone Kapers

Garry Kitchen (born August 18th, 1958 in Washington D.C., United States) is a programmer and game designer known for Garry Kitchen's GameMaker for the Commodore 64, the Atari 2600 version of Donkey Kong published by Coleco, and the Activision title Keystone Kapers.

He was also the president of Absolute Entertainment throughout the company's life, and then pulled the plug and became the founding president of Skyworks Technologies in 1995. Kitchen left Skyworks in September 2009 and is currently the President/CEO of AppStar Games, which he founded with his long-time business partner, David Crane.

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