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Jon Ritman (* 196? in ?) is a British game developer for computer games. At the age of 13, he started programming on a Sinclair ZX81,teaching himself everything. His first published game was the shooter Namtir Raiders. Other games followed, which were converted to other home computer platforms. Later he programmed games for PC and Gameboy.
Awards[edit | edit source]
In 1988 he won the British Golden Joystick Award in the category Programmer of the Year.
Games (Selection)[edit | edit source]
- 1981: Namtir Raiders (his first game on ZX81)
- 1983: Bear Bovver, Cosmic Debris
- 1986: Batman (only ZX Spectrum and Amstrad)
- 1987: Match Day II, Head over Heels
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