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Doug Smith

A Game Designer for Square, Brøderbund, and Ariolasoft

Doug Smith

Doug Smith developed the original prototype of the classic platformer Lode Runner, programed in Fortran and released in 1983 for the Apple II series, the Commodore 64, and the MSX computer. During the 1990s he acted as executive producer of the English-language version of Secret of Mana and contributed to the localization of Chrono Trigger. He was also the executive producer of Secret of Evermore.

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Secret of Mana
Super NES
Chrono Trigger
Super NES
Secret of Evermore
Super NES

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