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Brian Goble developed DOS games for Softdisk Publishing before turning his attention to Windows. He created one of the first games engines for Windows 3.x to support flicker-free graphics, calling it Windows Animation Package (WAP), and created two MicroMan games to demonstrate its capabilities. In 1994 he became one of the seven co-founders of Monolith Productions, where he created a 32-bit version of WAP, called WAP32, which was used as the engine for Claw. In 2002 he co-founded HipSoft with Garrett Price and Bryan Bouwman to develop family-friendly games for the casual games market.


Brian L. Goble
410 Second Ave S, #209
Kirkland, WA 98033


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