Has a big brain, made some nice games.
Cuts his own hair. Probably shy about going to the hairdressers. This bit isn’t supposed to rhyme, it’s avant garde.
filed in PROMOTIONAL IMAGES on Aug.03, 2010
Posted on the wrong site again?
Come on, Zorg, give me at least some credit for it…
And as a sign of my good will, here’s a bonus image of Dave’s role model:
The word “Paedophile” sprang to mind when I saw that picture… and then his title “Little Computer People” started to make much more sense.
“I’m getting the word . . . nonce.”
and this picture is because?????? any reason? or just because he looks like a child molester? what a fucking joke this guy is…
He made Ghostbusters and for that I am eternally grateful. One of my favourite SMS games ever. Thanks David.
I know its the internet but maybe we could all try to go a day without calling a guy who made some great games a pedophile just because he looks a bit goofy. I mean the fact that any of us our on this board pretty much gaurantees we were all bullied at school. HAVE WE LEARNED NOTHING PEOPLE!
Oh and boy and his blob was great if possibly the oddest game I had as a kid. Ghostbusters on the master system is great if impossible.
its a sad fact that you never notice spelling mistakes until its too late… it should be are on this board not our on this board in my last message …
I got pretty close to beating “Gorza” once. One day… One day… I never give up hope.
A Boy and his Blob was fucking ace on the GameBoy. I even managed to finish it a few times, although I think I had to resort to the Action Replay for infinite lives…
TV’s best ever pyskik.
Loved his work on Fun House.
Wait, that was hosted by Pat Sharp, not Andy Crane – the two having become the same person in my mind.
Let’s pretend this never happened.
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