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An interview with Michael Ware
Michael Ware
04/01/2018

Power Drift: The Butler does it again!
Power Drift: The Butler does it again!
04/01/2018

Robin Hogg interviews Chris Butler just prior to finishing the Power Drift conversion on the C64, reproduced from Zzap issue 54.Robin Hogg interviews Chris Butler just prior to finishing the Power Drift conversion on the C64, reproduced from Zzap issue 54 from October 1989. The game received a 94% rating and a Zzap Sizzler award the in following issue.

The Butler did it!
The Butler did it!
04/01/2018

Gary Penn interviews Chris Butler after finishing the Ghosts 'n Goblins conversion on the C64, reproduced from Zzap issue 17.Gary Penn interviews Chris Butler after finishing the Ghosts 'n Goblins conversion on the C64, and just before he began work on Space Harrier. Reproduced from Zzap issue 17 from September 1986..

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