Matthew Smith

"There is not enough land. True communists are people who live in communes, villages, tribes. I'd like to live like that, but always with the communications we've got. There should be an end to cities. Cities should have walls around them to keep the city in." -- Matthew Smith, Sinclair User, December 1984.
TitlePublisherPlatformYear
Manic Miner 2Software ProjectsAmstrad CPC
Birds and the Bees, TheBug-Byte Software LtdSinclair ZX Spectrum1983
Manic MinerSoftware ProjectsSinclair ZX Spectrum1983
StyxBug-Byte Software LtdSinclair ZX Spectrum1983
Andres Night OffC&VGSinclair ZX Spectrum1984
Jet Set WillySoftware ProjectsSinclair ZX Spectrum1984
Jet Set Willy 2: The Final FrontierSoftware ProjectsCommodore 641985
ApacheDigital IntegrationIBM PC1995


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Added: 27 May 2011
He was born in London, but his family moved around a great deal, finally ending up in Wallasey.

Added: 27 May 2011
Matthew Smith (born 1966) is a British computer game programmer. He is best known for his games Manic Miner and Jet Set Willy for the ZX Spectrum, released in 1983 and 1984 respectively. He is also a playable character in the 2005 mobile game, Jet Set Racing.


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