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". Career. In 1979 he co-founded Sirotech (later known as Sir-Tech) with Norman Sirotek.
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".
Explore genealogy for Robert Woodhead born 1752 Derbyshire including parents + more in the free family tree community. login . Robert Woodhead (1752) Robert. Woodhead.
Also For Apple II, FM-7, PC-88, PC-98, Sharp X1 Developed by Andrew Greenberg, Inc., Robert Woodhead, Inc. Published by Sir-tech Software, Inc. Released Jun, 1988 Genre Role-Playing (RPG) Pacing Turn-based Perspective 1st-person Setting Fantasy Description The fourth game in the Wizardry series, The Return of Werdna takes a decidedly different ...
Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord is the first game in the Wizardry series of role-playing video games. It was developed by Andrew Greenberg and Robert Woodhead. In 1980, Norman Sirotek formed Sir-Tech Software, Inc. and launched a Beta version of the product at the 1980 Boston Computer Convention.
"Wizardry III: Legacy of Llylgamyn" is a 1983 roleplaying game developed by Andrew Greenberg and Robert Woodhead, and published by Sir-Tech Software. This is version 4, 20-Aug-1983 update. It requires a 64K Apple ][+ or later. favorite favorite favorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: apple2, wozaday
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.