[2.3] Early Games By Apogee's Executives
Before joining Scott and Apogee in 1990, George Broussard had several projects
of his own. The most notable were marketed under the name Micro F/X; some of
these later became the property of Apogee (such as "Pharaoh's Tomb" and
"Arctic Adventure"). Broussard also made a game for the Amiga, "The Rings
of ZON," which was like a more intellectual Boulderdash.
Other games written by George Broussard and others were written for Softdisk;
details for these projects are given in the section on Apogee's relationship
[2.4] Working Titles of Apogee Games
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