Okay, so this is extremely old news, but it is still interesting nonetheless. The latest suspect, L.D. Cooper, seems to be the best suspect so far (or at least, recently). His last name and the niece’s story, which was backed up by her mother, seems pretty solid. However, since there is no hard evidence (fingerprints or DNA), it can only be speculation.
So, you are Atari, the biggest computer game manufacturer on the planet. Everything you touch turns to gold. You are backed by a well-funded parent company of Warner Brothers. But, competition is heating up. You have several people who want the business that you have worked so hard to keep. You’ve got to make the games that people want. It’s 1981 and people want a home version of Pac-Man. Especially, now that it is nearing in on the Christmas season, and the people have a choice to make as far what kind of game system that they want to buy. Well, always aimed to please, Atari buys the rights to produce the home version of Pac-Man for their famed Atari 2600. If you’re one of the executives at Atari, how would you choose to handle the development of this prize?
Okay, to the two people that remember me, hello!! I’ve decided that I’m tired of all of the pretenders having fun while I’m stuck with many years of past accolades. That’s why I’ve decided to return. I love to write, and I hope you love to read. I will be spending time over the next couple of weeks working on new content. In the mean time, please fell free to see what my site last looked like seven years ago before it went bankrupt.
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