Seumas McNally

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Seumas McNally (February 10, 1979 – March 21, 2000), was a computer game programmer, the founder, president and lead programmer of independent game development company, Longbow Digital Arts. Being credited for graphic design in the cult classic computer game DX-Ball, he was the founder of its sequel, DX-Ball 2, and the 2000 Independent Games Festival Grand Prize winner, Tread Marks. McNally died of Hodgkin's lymphoma shortly after winning the Grand Prize, which was subsequently named in his honor. His family members included Jim McNally (father), Philippe McNally (brother), and Wendy McNally (mother).


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