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Matt Chat 244: Robert Sirotek on the Origins of Sir-Tech

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Matt Chat 244: Robert Sirotek on the Origins of Sir-Tech

Interview - posted by Infinitron on Mon 9 June 2014, 23:08:00

Tags: Matt Barton; Robert Sirotek; Sir-Tech; Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord

The latest guest to be interviewed on Matt Barton's show is none other than Robert Sirotek, co-founder of Sir-Tech Software. In the first episode of the interview, Robert tells the story of Sir-Tech's founding, and how his family's chance acquaintance with a wunderkind by the name of Robert Woodhead (who was the son of his father's partner in the industrial resin business) led to the development of a database program called InfoTree, a real-time space game called Galactic Attack, and eventually, the first Wizardry.


Robert claims that Wizardry was the first boxed game ever. I wonder if that's really true. And sorry guys, no Stones of Arnhem stuff here yet. That's still more than a decade off.

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