|Game inventor: Don O'Brien|
Don lives in Cupertino, California, with his two cats.
He has been inventing games and puzzles for years. Every once in a while he comes up with something other people find interesting.
Years ago, after becoming frustrated with computer games that had to cheat in order to be competitive, he wrote the shareware game Cloak, Dagger and DNA, which used genetic algorithms to evolve computer opponents that could play well against humans playing by the same rules.
He plays the piano for fun, and occasionally composes music for it. You can see and try some of his Java applets and computer games at SuperMaze. While there, be sure to take a look at his "fake ads", witty and brilliant bits of inspired foolishness.
Kadon is pleased to be publishing Don's elegant and innovative strategy game which we have named Manoover.
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