Brian Green (game developer)

Brian Green (game developer)

Brian "Psychochild" Green is a game developer currently working on the online 3D graphical RPG, "Meridian 59". He had worked on the game for 3DO , but co-founded Near Death Studios [] in 2001. He also is a frequent gaming conference speaker and writes for a number of game design websites, including [] .

"Meridian 59" was originally released in 1996 by the 3DO company and was one of the first commercial online games available for sale in retail stores in the US. The game was purchased by Near Death Studios, Inc. in 2001 and relaunched commercially.

Green is also co-editor with S. Gregory Boyd of the book "Business & Legal Primer for Game Development", published by Charles River Media (2007) ISBN 1584504927.

(Brian Edward Green, aka "The Colonel", is another game developer.)

External links

* [ Psychochild's Blog]
* [ Meridian 59]
* [ Near Death Studios]
* [ Stratics interview] with Green, discussing Meridan 59: Resurrection

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