Robert J. Woodhead is an entrepreneur, software engineer and former game programmer. He claims that a common thread in his career is "doing weird things with computers". He claims that a common thread in his career is "doing weird things with computers".
Robert J. Woodhead is an entrepreneur, software engineer and former game programmer. He claims that a common thread in his career is "doing weird things with computers".
Robert J. Woodhead is an entrepreneur, software engineer and former game programmer. He claims that a common thread in his career is doing weird things with computers. Robert Woodhead - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia
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Wizardry began as a simple dungeon crawl by Andrew C. Greenberg and Robert Woodhead. It was written when they were students at Cornell University and published by Sir-Tech. The game was influenced by earlier games from the PLATO system, most notably Oubliette.
Woodhead is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Abraham Woodhead (1609–1678), English writer. Chris Woodhead (1946–2015), British educationalist. Cynthia Woodhead (born 1964), American Olympic swimmer.
According to co-author Robert Woodhead, these cheats were actually a bug caused by the game's lack of bounds-checking, which was disabled to fit within 48K of RAM. When the IBM PC version of the game was released, the bug was declared to be a feature and deliberately included.
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In fall 1979, Sirotech Software was founded by Norman Sirotek and Robert Woodhead. Sirotech Software published Info Tree, a database management program, Galactic Attack and a beta version of Wizardry: Dungeons of Despair which was later renamed Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord and formally released in fall 1981. It was the first game in the Wizardryseries. In spring 1981, Sir-Tech Software, Inc was incorporated as a video game developer and publisher in the United States. In 1998, Sir-Tech USA closed. The Canadiancounterpart, Sirtech Canada Limited, continued to operate until late 2003. Sir-Tech is best known for Wizardry, the role-playing video game series. The Jagged Alliance series, first published by Sir-Tech in 1994, became a popular franchise. The third game in the series, Jagged Alliance 2, was still available from its current publisher 15 years after its initial release.
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1. Info Tree(1979) (as Sirotech) 2. Galactic Attack(1980) (as Sirotech) 3. Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord(1981) 4. Wizardry II: The Knight of Diamonds(1982) 5. Wizardry III: Legacy of Llylgamyn(1983) 6. Crypt of Medea(1984) 7. Rescue Raiders(1984) 8. Deep Space: Operation Copernicus(1986) 9. Wizardry IV: The Return of Werdna(1987) 10. Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom(1988) 11. The Usurper: The Mines of Qyntarr(1989) 12. Wizardry VI: Bane of the Cosmic Forge(1990) 13. Freakin'...
1. Jagged Alliance 2(1999) 2. Jagged Alliance 2: Unfinished Business(2000)
1. Star Maze(1982) 2. The Seven Spirits of Ra(1987) 3. Realms of Arkania: Blade of Destiny(1993) 4. Realms of Arkania: Star Trail(1994) 5. Druid: Daemons of the Mind(1995) 6. Jagged Alliance(1995) 7. Fable(1996) 8. Armed & Delirious(1997) 9. Excalibur 2555 AD(1997) 10. Virus: The Game(1997) 11. Realms of Arkania: Shadows over Riva(1997)Sir-Tech at MobyGamesA history of Sir-Tech role-playing games at Bitmob via Internet Archive
Wizardry is a series of role-playing video games, developed by Sir-Tech, that were highly influential in the evolution of modern role-playing video games. The original Wizardry was a significant influence on early console role-playing games such as Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest.