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The Bob Jacob interview on Gamasutra talks with the cofounder of Cinemaware, the highly regarded Amiga developer from back in the day. They go into details about a number of specific games, as well as the state of movie, TV, and sports tie-ins, both then and now. He has a cheery outlook about the company's run: "Look, I've got to tell you something here. I had a five-year rush. Imagine being in a position where you could put any game you wanted into development. At that time in the industry, if you were an innovator, you were gold. It was a great time, probably the most fun five years I've ever had in my life. I wouldn't trade it for anything."
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