Originally Posted by gklinger
If memory serves, there was an article in Amiga World once that described Jez San as the best 68K machine language programmer in the world. I took that with a grain of salt. Clearly a sharp cookie but "best" is an awfully vague moniker.
He was clearly very good, but in terms of getting decent games to the market, Afterburner?
And I accept that Birds of Prey may be a great game (I don't know) but that must have been one of the biggest project over-runs ever given the era, and have you ever tried running it on a 68000 cpu, which was what pretty well everybody had at the time?