As an old-school gamer who has been playing the Intellivision since 1980, when some of my friends got the system, I find it incredibly cool that David Warhol, one of the console's original programmers, agreed to write stories for the SNES Omnibus project. My 13-year-old self is high-fiving me right now. David, a great guy who I've met at various Classic Gaming Expos, wrote about some of the Super Nintendo games he worked on, including Beavis and Butt-Head. Great insider info!
The SNES Omnibus: The Super Nintendo and Its Games, Vol. 1(A-M), a full-color hardcover book with more than 2,000 photos and tons of in-depth info, is heading to the printer soon. Click HERE to get your pre-order in with early bird bonuses while you can.
Here's David's bio as it will appear in the book:
David Warhol is a 35-year veteran game designer/programmer/producer. One of the original Mattel Intellivision “Blue Sky Rangers,” David is also recognized for creating the soundtracks for dozens of video and computer games in the ’80s before founding Realtime Associates, Inc., developer of over 100 games to date. David remains active in game development and is currently using his early industry experience to pioneer new technical entertainment markets.