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  1. 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.

  2. 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

  3. 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".

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › AnimEigoAnimEigo - Wikipedia

    Founded in 1988 by Robert Woodhead and Roe R. Adams III, the company was one of the first in North America dedicated to licensing anime and helped give anime a noticeable following in the

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    • Entertainment (anime)
  5. Robert Woodhead, entrepreneur, software engineer and former game programmer Simon Woodhead (born 1962), English footballer Thomas William Woodhead (1863-1940), English plant ecologist.

  6. Wizardry. Wizardry is a series of computer role-playing games that were popular in the 1980s. First, made for the Apple II, they were later moved to other platforms. The latest game in the series, Wizardry 8, is only for Windows . Wizardry began as a simple dungeon crawl by Andrew C. Greenberg and Robert Woodhead.

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Sir-TechSir-Tech - Wikipedia

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    In fall 1979, Sirotech Software was founded by Norman Sirotek, Robert 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.

    Developed and published

    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'...

    Developed only

    1. Jagged Alliance 2(1999) 2. Jagged Alliance 2: Unfinished Business(2000)

    Published only

    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 MobyGames
    A history of Sir-Tech role-playing games at Bitmob via Internet Archive
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