ANTIC Interview 166 – Michael Crick, Frogmaster

Michael Crick,
Frogmaster

Michael Crick created the game
Frogmaster, which was published for the Atari computers by Atari
Program Exchange. It first appeared in the summer 1982 APX catalog,
where it won first prize in the entertainment category. Michael
later made a version of Frogmaster for the Commodore 64. He created
two other C64 games: Break Street (a break dancing game), and Go
For the Gold (an Olympics style game) as well as TERSE, a
programming language for the C64.

Frogmaster cost $22.95 and was APX
catalog number 20131. A Spanish version of Frogmaster was also
released by APX, Amansarranas – APX catalog number
20252.

This interview took place on
February 3, 2016.

Teaser quote:

“The truth was, it wasn’t really a
very fun game. I mean, it was an interesting scientific
exercise.”

Michael’s web site: http://crick.com/gamemaster.html

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