Obituary: Game programmer, designer, and interactive fiction author Stu Galley

Celebrated sport programmer, clothier, and interactive fiction writer Stu Galley has kicked the bucket. 

Information of Galley’s passing has been circulating on social media, the place fanatics and co-workers were paying tribute to his existence and paintings. 

Galley was once most likely easiest identified for developing some notable interactive fiction titles all the way through his time as a senior sport clothier at Infocom. 

He was once the motive force in the back of fashionable video games like Moonmist, Seastalker, and The Witness, the latter of which received more than one awards together with the ‘easiest pc sport of the yr’ accolade from Digital Video games mag. 

After Infocom was once bought and in the end close down via Activision, Galley left the corporate for pastures new, and started operating as a gross sales gadget analyst for Considering Machines Company ahead of in the end becoming a member of MIT as a methods engineer. 

When requested whether or not or now not he loved his task in a 1986 interview with Zzap! mag, Galley spoke back with a memorable quote that highlights the pioneering paintings he was once doing on the time.  

“Sure, sure I do,” he spoke back. “It is humorous, it is virtually like a dream fulfilled however up till a couple of years in the past, I had no concept that this was once what my dream was once as a result of I had no examples to move via.”

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