Jeff Lee (video game artist)
He also produced the video graphics for Cave Man (a video-pinball hybrid), Mad Planets, Krull, Q*Bert's Qubes, The Three Stooges, Quizimodo, M.A.C.H. 3 and Us vs Them. He also developed graphics for a number of video games that were never manufactured, such as Protector, Tylz and Wiz Warz. For independent arcade producers he created artwork for Lotto Fun and Double Cheese. During this period he also produced game graphics for the Sega Genesis system Home Alone, Premier Technology (Exterminator) and Maze Wars+ for Macromind.
In print, Lee illustrated the playing cards of the 1986 publication of OD by the Avalon Hill Game Company. Lee illustrated an article by Marc Canter, "The New Workstation", which appeared in "CD ROM: The New Papyrus" (Microsoft Press, 1986).  In 1993 Lee illustrated Bob Rumba's Standup Comix featuring Emo Philips and Judy Tenuta. His work also appeared in "A Cook's Guide To Chicago" (Lake Claremont Press, 2002) by Marilyn Pocius.  Most recently, in 2012, Lee illustrated the children's book The Train to Christmas Town, written by Peggy Ellis and published by Iowa Pacific Holdings.
- Klein, Joshua. "Q*Bert co-creator Jeff Lee". A.V. Club. Retrieved 10 November 2012.
- "Interview: Jeff Lee". Good Deal Games. Good Deal Games. Retrieved 18 April 2013.
- "OD". BoardGameGeek. Retrieved 18 January 2010.
- Lambert, Steve; Ropiequet, Suzanne, eds. (1986). "CD ROM - The New Papyrus: The current and future state of the art". Microsoft Press. ISBN 0-914845-74-8.
- Pocius, Marilyn. ""A Cook's Guide to Chicago"". Google. Retrieved 12 June 2013.
- Graham, Jim. ""Train to Christmas Town" Coming to Santa Cruz for the Holiday Season". Yahoo Finance. Retrieved 10 November 2012.
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