Alex Trowers: the Bullfrog story

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 4 June 2008 12:32 GMT

There’s a rather interesting article over at Gamingverdict (part two here) where Alex Trowers looks back at life at Bullfrog.

The article charts Alex’s beginnings with the company, how an already balding Peter Molyneux used to balance cigarette butts on people’s keyboards and how they sent a joystick into space, thus becoming the Kings of Everything.

A good read we thought. Full thing through the link.

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