Andrew Trott

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Andrew Trott
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Birth Year: 1963
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Andrew Trott is a programmer, game designer, musician and hardware developer. His work includes computer games for the C64, C16, VIC-20 and Commodore PET, as well as several applications published by the British game company Supersoft. One of his most famous games is the Qix clone of the hit arcade game of the same name. He wrote Stix as a 20-year-old student and it was reviewed in numerous British computer magazines.

He later developed music hardware, which has also been used successfully.

C64 programs (selection)[edit | edit source]

Games[edit | edit source]

An animation from the game Stix.

Applications[edit | edit source]

  • 1983/84: MIKRO - 6502/6510 assembler
  • 1985: MicroVox Music Sampler
  • 1987: Studiomaster IDP1 (incl. Hardware)
  • 1989: Studiomaster MA36 (incl. Hardware)
  • 1989: Studiomaster IMP1 (incl.Hardware)

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