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BIGGEST JIM posted 15-08-2002 08:06 AM GMT   Click Here to See the Profile for BIGGEST JIM   Click Here to Email BIGGEST JIM  
..anyone of you out there who did some penn& rignall stalking?
Someone has a list of their activities after they left zzap?
I know Julian did 'mean machines'later on.
Gary went to 'games machine'? I can remember that he even worked for CU?? If so: TRAITOR! :)
What about Steve Jarrat (zpelling..)he did Cformat & edge later on?
Is there anyone who 's registering ex-zzap careers? Would be great to have a complete list.
Let us hear something if you know more!
leet posted 16-08-2002 05:10 PM GMT     Click Here to See the Profile for leet  Click Here to Email leet     
If you have a look on Gordo's site, there is a 'Where are they now' page for most of the ZZAP! crew...

Seems like JR and GP are not interested in looking back on the ZZAP! days, as I havent seen an interview with them anywhere!

Gordon posted 16-08-2002 11:00 PM GMT     Click Here to See the Profile for Gordon  Click Here to Email Gordon     
Just one interview with Jaz, as far as I'm aware:



Gordon posted 16-08-2002 11:03 PM GMT     Click Here to See the Profile for Gordon  Click Here to Email Gordon     
...and wouldn't you know it, that link no longer works. Pity I didn't cut and paste the damn thing when I read it... Sorry guys -- it was an interesting interview, if that's any help :)


PGTips posted 18-08-2002 10:17 AM GMT     Click Here to See the Profile for PGTips  Click Here to Email PGTips     
Just FYI...

I spent some time with Jaz in February over in San Francisco. He was just chilling over there, looking for a new job in the games biz and playing a lot of Asheron's Call. He was keen on getting into online gaming, I think, but I haven't heard much from him lately.

I occasionally run into Mr Penn at trade shows. He was working at DMA but now he's a game designer/big cheese at Denki in Dundee(http://www.denki.co.uk) and I think I'm right in saying he designed Denki Blocks.

I do occasionally run into Mr Liddon. He's a director at Climax (http://www.climax.co.uk), a major development company based on the south coast.

Hope that helps.


CraigG posted 20-08-2002 06:24 PM GMT     Click Here to See the Profile for CraigG  Click Here to Email CraigG     
Steve J's now a managing editor at Future, who I write for on a regular basis.

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