Nicholas Kingsley

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Nicholas Kingsley was a Commodore 64 programmer, who developed several games which appeared on the Binary Zone PD disks. He also wrote various other pieces of software including a puzzle type of game, a mathematical educational game (with ducks), and a music generator (the editor being written in BASIC and the player written in assembler). Unfortunately, only one copy was ever sold.

After Commodore finished with the C64, he briefly flirted with the Amiga 600, developing several games that are not available, one of which was a sequel to his C64 Walker game.

After the demise of Commodore, he moved first to an Acorn Archimedes A3010 and then a RiscPC. When Acorn went bust, he moved onto the PC, then occasionally developing Android software too.

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