I left school in 1987 and started work as a C64 programmer on a government training scheme in the UK. This led to full full time job coding Commodore 64 games, mainly for Domark but also the terrible Wanderer game for Elite.
I've spent the rest of my career programming but for the last 10 years or so less and less of my coding is video games which are my first love.
I now work in iOS apps and have self published a couple of games on the App Store but have made no money out of it. So I thought I may as well spend that spare time writing for the computer where it all started, there's no money in it but coding for the Commodore 64 is great fun and an interesting challenge.
In the past couple of years I've completed two new games for the C64, both of which are puzzle games. My next project is a much more arcade like affair which I hope to complete toward the middle of the year. For now I hope you can support this development by buying and enjoying Millie and Molly, a game I and others have put a lot of effort into. I hope you enjoy it, it's the best thing I've ever done for the bread bin.