Sensible Software Book by Gary Penn

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I think I spoke to Jon Hare many moons ago about that, and he said similar iirc, that Chris is one of those folks who doesn't really want to speak about his past dev history. Maybe he'll change his mind one day.
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Last time I chatted to Jon (admittedly a few years ago now), he also said it'd been a LONG time since he'd spoken to Chris anyway. I guess for him it's just part of the past. At least we can still get the stories from others, unlike the 3D Deathchases or Hunters Moons of this world.
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Or Mercenary heh. ANYONE ever gets a chat with Paul Woakes, will be a hero to so many people...
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The closest I got there was finding someone who knew him and who passed on a message. The same goes for Paul Shirley, which would have led to a couple of Spindizzy pieces. Alas…
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I got the Sensible Software book recently, I liked it. Pity about Chris Yates indeed - it remains sort of an incomplete story. Shame.
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