Glenn Wichman

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Glenn R. Wichman (born in 1960 in Bay City, Michigan) is a software developer who is best known as one of the original authors of the computer game Rogue, along with Michael Toy, Ken Arnold and Jon Lane. Wichman has also contributed to many other commercial software programs, including Microsoft Bookshelf, Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing and Quicken. He is the creator of the Macintosh shareware games Toxic Ravine and Mombasa.


  • Montfort, Nick (2003). Twisty Little Passages. MIT Press. p. 224. ISBN 0-262-63318-3.
  • Barton, Matt (2008). Dungeons and Desktops: The History of Computer Role-playing Games. A K Peters Ltd. p. 451. ISBN 1-56881-411-9.

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