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'''Ben Croshaw''' often uses the name [[Yahtzee]], or more frequently just Yahtzee. Arthur Yahtzee is also the name of the protagonist in several of his Ben Croshaw's games as well as in Ben Croshaw's webcomic Yahtzee Takes On The World. He has other webcomics and a homepage with humorous articles. He was born and raised in England and lives in Australia.
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'''Ben Croshaw''' often uses the name Arthur Yahtzee, or more frequently just Yahtzee. Arthur Yahtzee is also the name of the protagonist in several of his Ben Croshaw's games as well as in Ben Croshaw's webcomic Yahtzee Takes On The World. He has other webcomics and a homepage with humorous articles. He was born and raised in England and lives in Australia.
  
 
==Author Credits==
 
==Author Credits==

Revision as of 21:44, 12 May 2005

Ben Croshaw often uses the name Arthur Yahtzee, or more frequently just Yahtzee. Arthur Yahtzee is also the name of the protagonist in several of his Ben Croshaw's games as well as in Ben Croshaw's webcomic Yahtzee Takes On The World. He has other webcomics and a homepage with humorous articles. He was born and raised in England and lives in Australia.

Author Credits

  • Offensive Probing (1999).
  • Arthur Yahtzee: The Curse of Hell's Cheesecake (2000).

Other Credits

  • Friday: Death to Arthur Yahtzee (Year unknown.) Graphical point-and-click game. First of the Arthur Yahtzee Trilogy.
  • Saturday: Arthur's Odyssey (Year unknown.) Graphical point-and-click game. Second of the Arthur Yahtzee Trilogy.
  • Yesterday: The D-Gate (Year unknown.) Graphical point-and-click game. Third of the Arthur Yahtzee Trilogy.
  • Lunchtime of The Damned (2000). Graphical point-and-click game. First game of Reality on The Norm.
  • Rob Blanc I - Better Days of a Defender of the Universe (Year unknown) Graphical point-and-click game. First of the Rob Blanc Trilogy.
  • Rob Blanc II - Planet of the Pasteurised Pestilence (Year unknown) Graphical point-and-click game. Second of the Rob Blanc Trilogy.
  • Rob Blanc III: The Temporal Terrorists (2001). Graphical point-and-click game. Third of the Rob Blanc Trilogy. Nominated for the following AGS Awards: Best Gameplay in an AGS Game, Best Dialogue Scripting in an AGS Game, Best Player Character in an AGS Game (Rob Blanc), Best Supporting Character in an AGS Game (Paul).
  • The Trials of Odysseus Kent (2002) Graphical point-and-click game. Winner of the following AGS Award: Best Dialogue Scripting in an AGS Game. Also nominated for: Best Game Created with AGS for 2002, Best Gameplay in an AGS Game, Best Story in an AGS Game, Best Puzzles in an AGS Game, Best Player Character in an AGS Game (Odysseus Kent), Best Supporting Character in an AGS Game (the priest).
  • Fight of Flight (2002). Brief silly Choose Your Own Adventure. Playable on the web.
  • 5 Days A Stranger (2003). Graphical point-and-click game. Winner of the following AGS Awards: Best Game Created with AGS for 2003, Best Gameplay in an AGS Game, Best Dialogue Scripting in an AGS Game, Best Puzzles in an AGS Game, Best Scripting in an AGS Game. Also nominated for: Best Story in an AGS Game, Best Player Character in an AGS Game (Trilby), Best Room Art in an AGS Game, Best Character Art in an AGS Game, Best Animation in an AGS Game, Best Sound Effects in an AGS Game. A special edition of the game with commentary exists.
  • 7 Days A Skeptic (2004) Graphical point-and-click game. Winner of the following AGS Award: Best Sound Effects in an AGS Game. Also nominated for: Best Game Created with AGS for 2004, Best Gameplay in an AGS Game, Best Story in an AGS Game, Best Dialogue Scripting in an AGS Game, Best Puzzles in an AGS Game, Best Character Art in an AGS Game, Best Animation in an AGS Game. A special edition of the game with commentary exists.
  • Writes articles for Adventure Gamers, a webzine about adventure games.

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