Andrew Braybrook

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Andrew Braybrook (*1960) is one of the most famous game developers of the 1980's. He was a programmer at a company in Chelmsford, UK. During his time with the company, he also programmed COBOL games. He started programming in BASIC on a ZX Spectrum. After that he programmed games for the Dragon 32.

Together with Steve Turner, he developed some programs for the Dragon home computer. In 1984, they founded the company Graftgold.

Andrew loves programming for the C64 and Amiga. After the PC-boom he refused to program the PC. Since 1996 has been working for an insurance company.

Awards[edit | edit source]

  • In 1986 Andrew Braybrook received the British Golden Joystick Award in the category Programmer of the Year.

Games[edit | edit source]

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