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John D. Price?[edit]

Who was this individual? A brief session of Google-search style research indicates this was his only game ever. Other than 3-Demon I can't find any other indication of this man working in the computer science industry. Was it a pen name, perhaps? After all, this game was designed rather well for someone with only one title under his belt. -- 20:16, 5 May 2006 (UTC)

Check MobyGames ( for his other titles. For example,,7072/ --Trixter 02:59, 6 May 2006 (UTC)

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I seem to recall this being shareware or freeware (I fondly remember playing it as a kid in the mid-80s :) I'm actually quite surprised to see it has an article. Wondering if this should be in Category:Shareware or Category:Public domain software or something similar.. -- œ 05:42, 11 March 2011 (UTC)