a-gremlin-in-the-works-by-mark-hardisty-features-interviews-of-the-meteoric-rise-of-the-gaming-scene-in-the-80s-and-90s

The new book “A Gremlin In The Works” by Mark Hardisty features interviews and anecdotes from all of its key members, including Chris Kerry, Ben Daglish and Greg Holmes, along with stalwarts of the UK gaming scene: Rod Cousens, Tim Chaney, Jeremy Heath-Smith, Geoff Brown and Infogrames founder Bruno Bonnell among many others. Filled with game imagery, memorabilia and archive material such as old letters, business cards, staff photos and game design documents, this is an exhaustive and comprehensive chronicle of one of Britain’s best-loved developers, and a fascinating exploration of the meteoric rise of the gaming scene in the ’80s and ’90s. The finished book is 572 pages long which is spilt into two volumes. Both volumes are housed within a heavy board full-colour slipcase. You can order this book for £29.99 on www.bitmapbooks.co.uk

watchvideo

More news: Generation Amiga magazine