This is a small version of the Giant List, containing only the people referenced in Halcyon Days. The small version loads much faster.
Adams, Scott [founder of Adventure International; NOT the Dilbert guy]
   The Scott Adams Adventure series: (engine originally in BASIC for TRS)
     #1 Adventureland (1978)
     #2 Pirate's Adventure, with Alexis Adams
     #3 Mission Impossible (1979)
     #5 The Count (1981)
     #6 Strange Odyssey
     #7 Mystery Fun House
     #8 Pyramid of Doom
     #9 Ghost Town
     #10 Savage Island, part 1
     #11 Savage Island, part 2, with Russ Wetmore
     #12 Golden Voyage
     #13 Sorcerer of Claymorgue Castle (1984)
     #14 Return to Pirate's Island
   [N] S.A.G.E. - Scott Adams' Graphic Editor (1983?, 800, AI)
   The Hulk (1984, many, AI/Questprobe)
   Spiderman (1984, many, AI/Questprobe)
   The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai, with Philip Case and Kern McNair (1985, many, AI)
   Fantastic Four (1985, many, AI/Questprobe)
   Return to Pirate's Island (many, AI)

Averett, Ed
   Take the Money and Run (1979, O2, Magnavox)
   I've Got Your Number (1979, O2, Magnavox)
   Invaders from Hyperspace (1979, O2, Magnavox)
   Showdown in 2100  A.D.(1979,O2, Magnavox)
   War of Nerves (1979, O2, Magnavox)
   Alpine Skiing (1979, O2, Magnavox)
   Hockey/Soccer (1979, O2, Magnavox)
   Volleyball (1980,O2, Magnavox)
   Electronic Table Soccer (1980, O2, Magnavox)
   Pocket Billiards (1980, O2, Magnavox)
   Pachinko (1980, O2, Magnavox)
   Casino Slot Machine (1980, O2, Magnavox)
   Blockout/Breakdown (1980, O2, Magnavox)
   Alien Invaders Plus (1980, O2, Magnavox)
   UFO (1981, O2, Magnavox)
   Monkey Shines (1981, O2, Magnavox)
   Quest for the Rings (1981, O2, Magnavox)
   Conquest of the Worlds (1981, O2, Magnavox)
   Great Wall St. Fortune Hunt (1981, O2, Magnavox)
   K.C. Munchkin (1981, O2, Magnavox)
   Freedom Fighters (1981, O2, Magnavox)
   Pick Axe Pete (1981, O2, Magnavox)
   K.C.'s Crazy Chase (1982, O2, Magnavox)
   Attack of the Time Lord, with Linda Averette (1982, O2, Magnavox) aka "Terrahawks" (1983)
   Power Lords (1983, O2, Magnavox)

Berry, Danielle [formerly Dan Bunten; founder of Ozark Softscape; RIP 1998]
   Wheeler Dealers (1978, AP2, Speakeasy)
   Computer Quarterback (1979, AP2, SSI)
   Cartels & Cutthroats, with Bill Bunten (1981, AP2, SSI)
   Cytron Masters, with Jim Rushing, Bill Bunten, and Alan Watson (1982, AP2, SSI)
   *M.U.L.E., with same (1983, 800, EA)
   *Seven Cities of Gold, with same (1984, 800, EA)
   Heart of Africa, with same (1985, C64, EA)
   Robot Rascals, with Alan Watson (1986, C64, EA)
   [G] Modem Wars (1988, PC, EA)
   [G] Command HQ (1990, PC, Microrose)
   [G] Global Conquest (1992, PC, EA)
   [D] Warsport (1997, PC, TimeSink)

Biggs, Stephen C.
   Slamball (1984, C64, Synapse) originally started for 800 by  Dirk Van Horne

Billyard, Adam Michael
   Bellum (1983, 800, APX)
   Henri (1984, 800, Visions Software Factory) Mr. Do-like
   Chop Suey (1983, 800, English)
   ElectraGlide (1984, 800, English)
   Q-Ball (1985, ST, English)
   [N] RenderWare (1994, PC, Criterion) 3-D graphics library

Boden, Scott [founder of Enerdyne]
   [P] Star Castle (1980, COIN, Cinematronics) designed by Tim Skelly
   Solar Quest (COIN, Cinematronics)
   Upshot (COIN, Taito)
   Complex X (COIN, Taito)
   Trivia Master (1985, COIN)
   Deluxe Music Trivia, with Tim Skelly (1985, COIN)

Braben, David
   *Elite, with Ian Bell (1984, BBCB, Acornsoft) C64 version released in 1985
   Lander (1987, ARC) early demo of Zarch that shipped with Acorn machines
   Zarch (1988, ARC, Superior) later "Virus" for AMI
   Frontier: Elite II (1993, AMI)
   Frontier: First Encounters (1995, PC, GameTek)
   Darxside (1995, GEN, Sega)
   Virus 2000 (1998, PC)

Budge, Bill [founder of California Pacific]
   Penny Arcade (1979, AP2, Apple Computer)
   Trilogy of Games (1980, AP2, California Pacific)
   Space Album (1980, AP2, Calfornia Pacific)
   [N] 3-D Game Tool  (1981, AP2, Callifornia Pacific)
   Tranquility Base (1981, AP2, Stoneware)
   Raster Blaster (1981, AP2, BudgeCo)
   *Pinball Construction Set (1983, AP2, EA) originally from BudgeCo
   [N] MousePaint (1984, AP2, Apple Computer)
   Virtual Pinball (1994, GEN, EA)
   [G] Bladeforce (1995, 3DO, Studio 3DO) wrote 3D engine, parts of game

Christensen, Greg
   Caverns of Mars (1982?, 800, Atari)
   Phobos (1983?, 800, APX)
   Caverns of Mars II (1984?, 800, Antic)
   [G] Battle Chess (1987?, AMI?, Interplay)

Crane, David
   Outlaw (2600, 1979?, Atari) aka Gunslinger
   Slot Machine (2600, 1979?, Atari)
   [P] Canyon Bomber (2600, 1979?, Atari) port from COIN
   [N] Atari 800 Operating System, with Al Miller and Larry Kaplan (1979, 800, Atari)
   Dragster (1981?, 2600, ACT)
   Fishing Derby (1981?, 2600, ACT)
   Laser Blast (1981?, 2600, ACT)
   Freeway (1981?, 2600, ACT)
   Grand Prix (1982?, 2600, ACT)
   *Pitfall (1982?, 2600, ACT)
   Decathalon (1983?, 2600, ACT)
   Pitfall II: Lost Caverns (1984?, 2600, ACT)
   [D] Ghostbusters (1984?, 2600, ACT) programming by Dan Kitchen
   Ghostbusters (1984, C64, ACT)
   Little Computer People (1985, C64, ACT)
   Transformers (1986?, C64, ACT)
   Skateboardin' (1987, 2600, Absolute Entertainment)
   Super Skateboardin' (1987?, 7800, Absolute Entertainment)
   A Boy And His Blob (1989?, Absolute Entertainment)
   The Rescue of Princess Blobette (1990?, GBOY, Absolute Entertainment)
   Amazing Tennis (1992, SNES, Absolute Entertainment)
   [G] Toys (1993, SNES, Absolute Entertainment)

Crawford, Chris [co-founder of the Computer Game Developers Conference]
   Tanktics (1978, PET, self-published)
   Legionnaire (1979, PET, self-published)
   [B] SCRAM (1981, 800, Atari)
   Tanktics (1981, 800) update of 1978 game
   Energy Czar (1981, 800, Atari)
   *"Eastern Front (1941)" (1981, 800, APX) later from Atari; source code and a scenario editor were sold through APX
   Legionnaire (1982, 800, Avalon-Hill) update of 1979 game
   [U] Gossip, with Kim Whitmore and Aric Wilmunder (1983, 800)
   Excalibur, with Larry Summers & Valerie Atkinson (1983, 800, APX)
   Balance of Power (1985, MAC, Mindscape)
   Patton vs. Rommel (1986, MAC, EA)
   Trust & Betrayal:  The Legacy of Siboot (1987, MAC, Mindscape)
   Balance of Power II (1988, MAC, Mindscape)
   The Global Dilemma: Guns & Butter (1990, MAC, Mindscape)
   Balance of the Planet (1990, MAC, Chris Crawford)
   Patton Strikes Back (1991, MAC, BROD)
   [N] Erasmatron (1997-2000, MAC) storytelling system

Decuir, Joe [one of the chip designers for the 2600, 800, and AMI]
   Video Olympics (1977, 2600, Atari)

DeFrisco, Steve
   Tropical Trouble (1982, INTV, Imagic)
   Wing War, co-designed by Alan Smith (1984, 800, Imagic)
   [G] "I, Damiano" (1984, AP2, Imagic)
   [P] Sherlock Holmes II (1986, AP2, Imagic)
   Secret Quest (1987, 2600, Axlon/Atari)
   MotoRodeo (1988, 2600, Atari)
   [UP] Klax (1989, 2600, Atari)
   Styxx and Bones, with Nolan Bushnell (1990, MAC, VENT)
   Baseball Heroes (1991, LNX, Atari)
   Prize Fighter, with Kevin Welsh & Mark Klein (1993, SCD, Digital Pictures)
   Slam City with Scottie Pippen, with Kevin Welsh (1994, SCD, Digital Pictures)
   [G] Maximum Surge (1996, SAT, Digital Pictures)

Dougherty, Brian [co-founder of Imagic & Berkeley Softworks, later Geoworks]
   Swords & Serpents (1983, INT, Imagic)

Fox, David
   [L] Rescue on Fractalus!, with Charlie Kellner and Loren Carpenter (1984, 800, LucasFilm Games)
   [D] Labyrinth  (LucasArts)
   [G] Maniac Mansion (LucasArts)
   [L] Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders (PC, LucasArts)
   [G] Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: The Graphic Adventure  (PC, LucasArts)
   [L] Mirage" (LucasArts) "location-based entertainment project", LucasArts 
   [L] Cadillacs and Dinosaurs: The Second Cataclysm (Rocket Science Games)

Freeman, Jon [co-founder of Automated Simulations, which turned into Epyx, and Free Fall Associates]
   [D] Starfleet Orion, with Jim Connelley (1978, PET, ASIM)
   [D] Invasion Orion, with Jim Connelley (1979, PET, ASIM)
   [D] Temple of Apshai, with Jim Connelley and Jeff Johnson (1979, PET/TRS, ASIM)
   [D] Datestones of Ryn, with Jim Connelley and Jeff Johnson (1979, TRS, ASIM)
   [D] Morloc's Tower, with Jim Connelley and Jeff Johnson (1979, TRS, ASIM)
   [D] Rescue at Rigel, with Jim Connelley (1980, TRS, ASIM)
   [GD] Hellfire Warrior (1980, TRS, ASIM)
   [D] Star Warrior, with Jim Connelley (1981,TRS, ASIM)
   [D] Sorcerer of Siva (1981, TRS, ASIM)
   [D] Keys of Acheron, with Paul Reiche (1981, TRS, ASIM)
   [GD] Upper Reaches of Apshai (1981, TRS, ASIM)
   [D] Crush, Crumble & Chomp!, with Jim Connelley (1981, TRS, ASIM)
   [D] Tax Dodge, with Anne Westfall (1982, 800, Island Graphics)
   *[D] Murder on the Zinderneuf, with Paul Reiche & Robert Leyland (1983, 800, EA)
   *[D] Archon, with Anne Westfall & Paul Reiche (1983, 800, EA)
   *[D] Archon II: Adept, with Anne Westfall & Paul Reiche (1984, 800, EA)
   [D] Swords of Twilight, with Anne Westfall (1989, AMI, EA)
   [UD] Time Tracks, with Anne Westfall (1994, PC/AMI)
   [D] Archon Ultra, with Anne Westfall (1994, PC, EA)
   [D] Simplex, with Anne Westfall (online, Free Fall/GameTV)
   [D] Eureka, with Anne Westfall (online, Free Fall/GameTV)
   [D] Reflection, with Anne Westfall (online, Free Fall/GameTV)
   [D] Stop & Go, with Anne Westfall (online, Free Fall/GameTV)
   [D] Grab, with Anne Westfall (online, Free Fall/GameTV)
   [D] Heartless, with Anne Westfall (online, Free Fall/GameTV)

Frye, Todd
   Touch Me (197x, HAND, Atari)
   [P] Asteroids (1980?, 800, Atari) port from COIN
   [P] Pac-Man (1982, 2600, Atari) port from COIN
   Swordquest Fireworld (1983?, 2600, Atari)
   Swordquest Airworld (1983?, 2600, Atari)

Gebelli, Nasir [founder of Gebelli]
   Star Cruiser (1980, AP2, Sirius) Galaxian-like
   Phantoms Five (1980, AP2, Sirius)
   Both Barrels (1980, AP2, Sirius) two games: High Noon and Duck Hunt
   Gorgon (1981?, AP2, Sirius)
   Space Eggs (1981?, AP2, Sirius)
   Cyber Strike (1981, AP2, Sirius)
   Pulsar II (1981, AP2, Sirius)
   Autobahn (1981, AP2, Sirius)
   Horizon V (1981, AP2, Gebelli)
   Firebird (1981, AP2, Gebelli)
   Neptune (AP2, Gebelli)
   Russki Duck (AP2, Gebelli)
   Zenith (AP2, Gebelli)
   Rad Racer (NES, Squaresoft)
   3D World Runner (NES, Squaresoft)
   Final Fantasy I (1987, NES, Squaresoft)
   Final Fantasy II (1988, NES, Squaresoft) only released in Japan
   The Secret of Mana (1994?, SNES, Squaresoft)

Goodman, Marc
   Asteroid (1980, AP2, AI) aka Planetoids, Asteroids-like
   Space Warrior (1981, AP2, BROD)
   *The Bilestoad (1982, AP2, Datamost)
   [1997: working on The Bilestoad for MAC]

Gorlin, Dan [founder of Ariok Entertainment]
   *Choplifter (1982, AP2, BROD)
   *Airheart (1987, AP2, BROD)
   Typhoon Thompson: Search for the Sea Child (1988, ST/AMI, BROD)

Griner, Tom
   Guardian (1981, VIC, Systems Formulate Corp)
   Meteors (1981, VIC, Systems Formulate Corp)
   Astroblitz (1982, VIC, Creative)
   Videomania (1982, VIC, Creative)
   Black Hole (1982, VIC, Creative)
   Terraguard (1982, VIC, Creative)
   Predator (1982, VIC, HES)
   Mosquito-Infestation (1982, VIC, HES)
   Maze (1983, VIC, HES)
   Satellite Patrol (VIC, HES)
   [P] Shamus (1983, VIC, HES) port from 800
   [P] Choplifter (1983, VIC, Creative) port from AP2
   Astroblitz Deluxe (C64, Creative)
   [P] Robotron (1985, C64, Atarisoft/Williams) port from COIN
   [P] Stargate (1985, C64, Atarisoft/Williams) port from COIN

Hales, Steve
   Slime, with Erich Horn (1982, 800, Synapse)
   Fort Apocalypse (1982, 800, Synapse)
   Suicide Mission (1982, 2600, Starpath)
   Dimension X (1984, 800, Synapse)
   [L] Mindwheel, with Robert Pinsky (1985, Synapse)

Harris, John
   Bomb Blaster (1980, 800, ?)
   Chase (1980, 800, ?)
   Battle Warp (1980, 800, ?)
   Jawbreaker (1981, 800, Sierra)
   Mousekattack (1982, 800, Sierra)
   [P] Frogger (1982, 800, Sierra)
   Jawbreaker (1983, 2600, Tiger)
   [NP] Hansel & Gretel (1984, 800, Blythe Valley) educational
   [NP] Briar Rose (1984, 800, Blythe Valley) educational
   [N] various information display systems (1985-93, 800)

Herrera, Fernando
   [B] Space Chase (1981?, 800, Swifty)
   [N] My first Alphabet (1981?, 800, APX) educational, later from Atari
   Astro Chase (1983, 800, First Star) later from Parker Bros.
   Bristles (1983, 800, First Star)
   Rockford, with Tony Manso and Peter Liepa (1985, AMI/COIN, First Star)
   Superman, with Tony Manso and Jim Nangano (1985, C64, First Star)

Huether, Jim
   Flag Capture (2600, Atari)
   Steeplechase (2600, Sears)
   Sky Diver (2600, Atari)
   Realsports Football (5200, Atari)
   Xevious (5200, Atari)
   [D] Mickey Mouse Castle of Illusion (1991, GEN, Sega
   [D] Joe Montana Football (GEN, Sega)
   [D] Joe Montana Sportstalk Football (GEN, Sega)

Jarvis, Eugene P.
   [P] The Atarians, with Fred Yates (1977, PIN, Atari)
   Time 2000 (1977, PIN, Atari)
   [P] Airborne Avenger (1978, PIN, Atari)
   [P] Space Riders (1978, PIN, Atari)
   [P] Superman (1979, PIN, Atari)
   [P] Lazer Ball (1979, PIN, Williams)
   [P] Firepower (1980, PIN, Williams)
   *Defender, with Larry DeMar, Sam Dicker, and Paul Dussault (1980, COIN, Williams)
   Stargate, with Larry DeMar (1981, COIN, Williams) aka Defender II
   *Robotron: 2084, with Larry DeMar (1982, COIN, Williams)
   Blaster, with Larry DeMar (1983, COIN, Williams)
   [L] F-14 Tomcat, with Ed Boon (1986, PIN, Williams)
   [D] NARC (1989,  COIN, Williams)
   High Impact Football, with Ed Boon & John Newcomer (1991, COIN, Williams)
   [D] Cruis'n USA (1994, COIN, Midway)
   [L] Cruis'n world (1996, COIN, Midway)

Kaplan, Larry
   Bowling (1979, 2600, Atari)
   [N] Atari 800 Operating System, with David Crane and Al Miller (1979, 800, Atari)
   Air-Sea Battle (1980?, 2600, Atari)
   Bridge (1981?, 2600, ACT)
   Kaboom! (1981?, 2600, ACT) Avalanche-like, art by David Crane
   [later worked for SGI]

Kitchen, Dan
   [P] Donkey Kong (1982, 2600, Coleco) port from COIN
   Crystal Caverns (1982, AP2, Hayden)
   Crackpots (1983, 2600, ACT)
   Crime Stopper (1983, AP2, Hayden)
   [P] Ghostbusters (1984?, 2600, ACT) designed by David Crane
   [P] Double Dragon (2600, 1985?, ACT)
   [P] Kung Fu Master (2600, 1985?, ACT) port from COIN

Landrum, Stephen H.
   Viper (AP2, RDA Systems)
   Communist Mutants from Space (1982?, 2600 SuperCharger, StarPath)
   [P] Frogger (2600, 1982?, StarPath) port from COIN
   Dragon Stomper (1983?, 2600 SuperCharger, StarPath)
   Pitstop II, with Dennis Caswell (1984, C64, Epyx)
   [L] Summer Games (1984, C64, Epyx)
   [PG] Temple of Apshai Trilogy (1985, 800, Epyx)
   [PG] Super Cycle (1985, C64, Epyx)
   [P] Temple of Apshai Trilogy (1985, AP2, Epyx) port from 800
   Skate or Die!, with David Bunch (1987, C64, EA)
   Blue Lightning (1989, LNX, Atari)
   [later worked for NTG/3DO on the 3DO operating system]

Lubar, David R.
   Bumper Blocks (1980, AP2, Creative Computing)
   Obstacle Course (1980, AP2, Creative Computing)
   Killing Zone (1981, AP2, Versaware)
   [G] Battlesight (AP2, Versa Computing)
   Worm War I (1982, 2600, Sirius/Fox)
   The Challenge of.....Nexar (2600, Spectravision)
   Fantastic Voyage (1982, 2600, Sirius/Fox)
   Space Master X-7 (1982, 2600, Sirius/Fox) ported to the 800 as Alpha Shield
   Bumper Bash (1982, 2600, Spectravideo)
   [N] Graphics Magician, with Chris Jochumson & Mark Pelczarski (1982? AP2, Penguin)
   Flash Gordon (1983, 2600, Fox)
   Pastfinder (1983, 800, ACT)
   [P] Murder on the Mississippi (AP2, ACT) port from C64?
   [P] Shanghai (1986, AP2, ACT) port from C64?
   River Raid II (1988, 2600, ACT)
   Sentinel (1989, 2600/7800, Atari)
   My Golf (1990, 2600, HES)
   [P] Home Alone (GBOY, 1991, THQ)
   Swamp Thing (NES, Absolute Entertainment)
   [G] Super Battletank II (SNES, Absolute Entertainment)
   [G] Home Improvement (SNES, Absolute Entertainment)

Ludwig, Scott
   Quarxon (1983, 800, APX)
   Caterpiggle (1983, 800, APX)
   [NG] Windows (Microsoft, PC) starting with version 1.0

Mataga, Cathryn [formerly William Mataga]
   Shamus (1982, 800, Synapse)
   Shamus: Case II (1983?, 800, Synapse)
   Zeppelin (1983, 800, Synapse)
   Neverwinter Nights (an AOL online game)
   Gateway to the Savage Frontier (PC)
   Shamus (2000?, GBOY, Junglevision) port from 800

Miller, Alan
   Basketball (1977, 2600, Atari)
   Hangman (1979?, 2600, Atar) aka Spelling
   Surround (1979?, 2600, Atari) aka Chase
   [N] Atari 800 Operating System, with David Crane and Larry Kaplan (1979, 800, Atari)
   Basketball (1979, 800, Atari)
   Checkers (1981?, 2600, ACT)
   Tennis (1981?, 2600, ACT)
   Ice Hockey (1982?, 2600, ACT)
   Starmaster (1982?, 2600, ACT)
   Robot Tank (1983?, 2600, ACT)
   Law of the West (1985, C64, Accolade)

Minter, Jeff (Llamasoft)
   Defenda [Andes Attack] (VIC) later for ST
   Aggressor (1982, VIC, HES)
   Rat Man (VIC)
   Headbanger's Heaven (VIC) later for SPEC
   Abductor (VIC)
   Traxx (VIC)
   Gridrunner (1982?, VIC, HES) later for C64
   Laser Zone (VIC)
   Matrix (VIC) 
   Metagalactic Llamas Battle at the Edge of Time (VIC) later for C64
   [N] Psychedelia (VIC) light sythesizer; later for C64, SPEC, MSX
   ROX-64 (1983, C64)
   Laser Zone (C64)
   Attack of the Mutant Camels (1983, C64)
   Hover Bovver (1983, C64/800, Llamasoft)
   Revenge of the Mutant Camels (1984, C64) later for ST/AMI
   Ancipital (1984, C64, Llamasoft)
   Hell Gate (1984, C64, Llamasoft)
   Sheep in Space (1984, C64, Llamasoft?)
   Mama Llama (1985, C64, Llamasoft)
   Batalyx (1986, C64, Ariolasoft)
   Void Runner (1987, C64, Mastertronic) later for C16
   Iridis Alpha (C64)
   Return of the Mutant Camels (1987, C64, Mastertronic)
   Super Deflex (SPEC)
   Turboflex  (800)
   [N] Colourspace (1985?, 800, Antic)
   [N] Trip-A-Tron (ST/AMI, Llamasoft)
   Super Gridrunner (ST)
   Photon Storm (AMI, Llamasoft)
   Defender II (1990?, ST/AMI, Llamasoft)
   Llamatron (1991, ST, Llamasoft) shareware, Robotron-like
   Hardcore (1992, ST, Llamasoft)
   *Tempest 2000 (1994, JAG, Atari)
   [N] Virtual Light Machine (1995, JAG-CD, Atari)
   Defender 2000 (1996, JAG, Atari)

Moriarty, Brian
   [TB] Adventure in the Fifth Dimension (1983, 800, ANALOG Computing)
   [T] Crash Dive! (1982, 800, ANALOG Computing)
   [also wrote misc non-game programs for ANALOG Computing]
   Wishbringer: The Magick Stone of Dreams (1985, many, Infocom)
   *Trinity (1986, many, Infocom)
   Beyond Zork: The Coconut of Quendor (1987, PC/MAC, Infocom)
   *Loom, with Mark Ferrari (1990, PC, LucasFilm Games)
   [D] Loadstar (1995, PC, RocketScience Games)

Neubauer, Doug
   *Star Raiders (1979, 800, Atari)
   Megaforce (2600, Fox) as Dallas North
   Alien (2600, Fox) as Dallas North
   M*A*S*H (2600, Fox) as Dallas North
   *Solaris (1986, 2600, Atari)
   Super Football (1988, 2600, Atari)
   Radar Lock (1988, 2600, Atari)

Nitchals, Jim L. [co-founder of Cavalier Computer Corp; RIP 1998]
   Bug Attack (1981, AP2/800, Cavalier Computer)
   Asteroid Field (1980, AP2, Cavalier Computer)
   Star Thief (1981, AP2, Cavalier Computer)
   Microwave, with Jay Zimmerman  (1982, AP2, Cavalier Computer)
   Teleport, with Mike Abbott (1982, AP2, Cavalier Computer)
   Ring Raiders (AP2, Cavalier Computer) free promotional game
   [P] Archon (1984, AP2, EA) port from 800; also did Mac port in 1985-6
   [P] Archon II: Adept (1985, AP2, EA) port from 800
   [also see Will Harvey]

Potter, Mike
   [B] Game Pack I (1981, 800, Crystalware)
   [B] Galactic Quest (1981, 800, Crystalware)
   [B] House of Usher (1981, 800, Crystalware)
   [B] Fantasyland 2041 AD (1981, 800, Crystalware)
   [B] Sands of Mars (1981, 800, Crystalware)
   [B] Beneath the Pyramids (1981, 800, Crystalware)
   [B] World War III (1981, 800, Crystalware)
   [B] Little Crystal I & II (1981, 800, Crystalware)
   [B] Laser Wars (1981, 800, Crystalware)
   [B] Waterloo II (1981, 800/AP2, Crystalware)
   Protector (1981, 800, Crystalware) later from Synapse
   Protector II (1982?, 800, Synapse)
   Chicken (1982, 800, Synapse)
   Nautilus (1983, 800, Synapse)
   Shadow World (1983, 800, Synapse)
   PlaqueMan (1983, 800/C64, Home Computer Software)

Price, Philip [music in all games by Gary Gilbertson]
   The Tail of Beta Lyrae (1983, 800, Datamost)
   *Alternate Reality: The City (1984-85, 800, Datasoft)
   Alternate Reality: The Dungeon, with Ken Jordan & Dan Pinal (1985-86, C64, Datasoft)
     designed & started by Price, completed by Jordan & Pinal

Robinett, Warren
   Slot Racers (1978, 2600, Atari)
   [N] BASIC Programming (1979, 2600, Atari)
   *Adventure (1979, 2600, Atari)
   *[N] Rocky's Boots (1982, AP2, Learning Company)

Rotberg, Ed
   Atari Baseball (1979, COIN, Atari)
   *[L] Battlezone (1980, COIN, Atari Games)
   [G] Snake Pit (1984, COIN, Sente)
   [G] Hat Trick (1985, COIN, Sente)
   [G] Goalie Ghost (1986, COIN, Sente)
   [L] Blasteroids (1987?, COIN, Atari Games)
   S.T.U.N. Runner (1989?, COIN, Atari Games)
   Shuuz (1990, COIN, Atari Games)
   Steel Talons, with Ed Logg (1991, COIN, Atari Games)

Schwader, Warren
   Hi-Res Cribbage (1980, AP2, On-Line Systems)
   Thrilogy (1981, AP2, Sierra)
   Threshold, with Ken Williams (1982, AP2, Sierra)
   [N] The Artist (1982, AP2, Sierra)
   Sammy Lightfoot (1983, AP2, Sierra)
   Hoyle's Book of Games Volumes 1-4 (1989-93, PC, Sierra)
   Jones in the Fast Lane (199x, PC, Sierra)

Shirley, Paul
   Confuzion (1984, CPC/C64, Incentive) some design collaboration with Ian Andrew
   *Spindizzy (1986, CPC/C64, ACT/Electric Dreams)
   Mission Genocide/ZTB (1987, CPC/C64/ST, Firebird)
   Quartz (1989, AMI/ST, Firebird/Microprose)
   Spindizzy Worlds (1991, ST/AMI, ACT)

Skelly, Tim
   Starhawk (1978, COIN, Cinematronics)
   Sundance (1978, COIN, Cinematronics)
   Warrior (1979, COIN, Cinematronics/Vectorbeam)
   *Rip-Off (1980, COIN, Cinematronics)
   [D] Star Castle (1980, COIN, Cinematronics) programmed by Scott Boden
   Armor Attack (1981, COIN, Cinematronics)
   Reactor (1982, COIN, Gottlieb)
   Deluxe Music Trivia, with Scott Boden (1985, COIN)

MacLean, Archer [note:  did all versions of games himself]
   Dropzone (1984, 800/C64, Arena Graphics/US Gold) distributed by Microdaft in the US
   *International Karate (1986, 800/C64, System 3)
   International Karate+ (1988, C64) later ported to ST/AMI
   Jimmy White's Whirlwind Snooker (1991, ST/AMI/PC) wrote GEN version in 1995
   Archer MacLean's Pool (1992, ST/AMI/PC)
   Dropzone (1993-4, NES/GEAR/GBOY/SMS)

Suzuki, Tony
   Alien Rain (1981, AP2)
   Alien Typhoon (1981?, AP2, Starcraft) formerly Galaxian?
   *Star Blazer (1981, AP2, Starcraft) renamed Sky Blazer for 800

Westfall, Anne [co-founder of Free Fall Associates]
   [PB] Hellfire Warrior (1980, PET, ASIM) port from TRS
   [B] Tuesday Morning Quarterback (1981, TRS) ASIM)
   [PB] Temple of Apshai (1981, 800, ASIM) port from TRS
   [P] Tax Dodge, with Jon Freeman (1982, 800, Island Graphics)
   *[P] Archon, with Jon Freeman & Paul Reiche III (1983, 800, EA)
   *[P] Archon II: Adept, with Jon Freeman & Paul Reiche III (1984, 800, EA)
   [P] Swords of Twilight, with Jon Freeman (1989, AMI, EA)
   [P] Gin King/Cribbage King (1989, AMI, Software Toolworks)
   [P] Chessmaster 2100 (1990, AMI, Software Toolworks)
   [P] Archon Ultra (1994, PC, SSI) 
   [P] Simplex, with Jon Freeman (online, Free Fall/GameTV)
   [P] Eureka, with Jon Freeman (online, Free Fall/GameTV)
   [P] Reflection, with Jon Freeman (online, Free Fall/GameTV)
   [P] Stop & Go, with Jon Freeman (online, Free Fall/GameTV)
   [P] Grab, with Jon Freeman (online, Free Fall/GameTV)
   [P] Heartless, with Jon Freeman (online, Free Fall/GameTV)

Whitehead, Bob
   Star Ship (1977, 2600, Atari)
   Homerun (1978?, 2600, Atari)
   Football (1979, 2600, Atari)
   Casino (1979, 2600, Atari)
   Blackjack (1979?, 2600, Atari)
   Video Chess, with Larry Wagner (1980?, 2600, Atari)
   Boxing (1981?, 2600, ACT)
   Skiing (1981?, 2600, ACT)
   Stampede (1981, 2600, ACT)
   Chopper Command (1982?, 2600, ACT)
   Sky Jinks (1982?, 2600, ACT)
   Private Eye (1983?, 2600, ACT)
   Hardball (1985, C64, Accolade)
   4th & Inches (198x, C64, Accolade)

Williams, Bill [RIP 1998]
   Salmon Run (1982, 800, APX)
   *Necromancer (1983, 800, Synapse)
   *Alley Cat (1984, 800, Synapse) also did PC port
   Balloon Float (1984, 800, Synapse) part of the Relax package
   *Mind Walker (1986, AMI, Commodore)
   Sinbad and the Throne of the Falcon, with Steve Quinn & John Cutter (1987, AMI)
   Pioneer Plague (1988, AMI, Terrific)
   Knights of the Crystallion (1991, AMI, U.S. Gold)
   [P] Monopoly (1991, NES, Parker Bros.)
   Bart's Nightmare (SNES, Acclaim, 1992)

Woakes, Paul
   Encounter (1984, 800, Novagen/Synapse) also did C64 port
   *Mercenary: Escape from Targ (1985, 800, Novagen) also did C64 port
   Mercenary II: The Second City (1986?, C64, Novagen)
   Mercenary Compendium (1986, AMI, Novagen) ports of the two Mercenary games
   Battle Island (1988, C64/AMI, Novagen)
   Backlash (1988?, ST)
   Damocles (1990?, AMI, Novagen)
   Amiga Encounter (1991, AMI, Novagen)
   Mercenary 3 (1992, ST/AMI)