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(slightly more info, just from what's elsewhere on the wiki.)
(Al Lowe absolutely had nothing to do with Softporn Adventure.)
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==Author Credits==
 
==Author Credits==
* ''[[Softporn Adventure]]'' (with [[Chuck Benton]], publisher: [[On-Line Systems]]; 1981; Apple II).
 
** ''Double-check this. Softporn may be just Benton's work, and Lowe may have contributed later? And it eventually became the basis for the first Leisure Suit Larry game, which we also need info on.''
 
 
* ''[[The Dark Crystal]]'' (with [[Rae Lynn Macchesney]] and [[Mike Macchesney]], publisher: [[Sierra]]; 1982; Apple II).
 
* ''[[The Dark Crystal]]'' (with [[Rae Lynn Macchesney]] and [[Mike Macchesney]], publisher: [[Sierra]]; 1982; Apple II).
 
* ''[[Dragon's Keep]]'' (with [[Mike Macchesney]], [[Rae Lynn Macchesney]], and [[Margaret Lowe]], publisher: Sierra; 1982 or 1983; Apple II).
 
* ''[[Dragon's Keep]]'' (with [[Mike Macchesney]], [[Rae Lynn Macchesney]], and [[Margaret Lowe]], publisher: Sierra; 1982 or 1983; Apple II).

Revision as of 12:41, 6 October 2008

Al Lowe is the creator of the Leisure Suit Larry series for Sierra On-Line.

Author Credits

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TODO: more info, especially a list of IF games, including his early games (Softporn, etc.)