|Christian H. Oberth|
Chris Oberth was an American video game developer. He was noted for programming many Apple II games. Among his famous works are for the arcade game Anteater and his Apple II conversion Ardy the Aardvark. Because of the similarity to his last name, he sometimes went by the name of the iconic Star Wars character, "Obi-Wan".
Unfortunately, Oberth passed away from unknown causes on July 14, 2012.
Oberth most likely wrote the sound and music for the games he programmed, as he was the sole developer. He most likely wrote the music in 6502 assembly.
|1978-??-??||3-D Docking (A2)|
|1978-??-??||Depth Charge (A2)|
|1979-??-??||Cycle Jump (A2)|
|1979-??-??||Dart Room (A2)|
|1979-??-??||Phasor Zap (A2)|
|1981-??-??||Armored Car (ARC)||With Gunars Licitis.|
|1982-??-??||Taz-Mania (ARC)||With Gunars Licitis.|
|1983-??-??||Ardy the Aardvark (A2)|
|1984-12-??||Boulder Dash (CV)|
|Unreleased||Days of Thunder: Mindscape (NES)||
||With Lou Haehn.|
- mobygames.com/developer/sheet/view/developerId,122221/ - MobyGames.
- facebook.com/chris.oberth - Facebook.