Steve Bak

Steve Bak, a former miner, who started programming at the age of 31 (after an industrial accident cost him the tip of a finger) is well known as being a skilled programmer and having released dozens of games in the 1980s.

Mainly associated with Microdeal, Steve Bak wrote the series of Cuthbert games and is well known for producing games for the Dragon 32 and Atari ST computers, as well as the QL.

With hits such as Goldrunner and Karate Kid 2 (for the ST), Steve went on to create James Pond for Millennium. It spawned a series of games which can be seen as his biggest successes.

Today, Bak works for the British console developer Eurocom.

He wrote three games for the Sinclair QL:

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