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Oskar Burman has had a lifelong vision of creating virtual worlds. In 2016, he made this dream come true by starting his own VR exclusive game company Fast Travel Games. Since February 2018 their first release, called Apex Construct, is available to the public. Before his endeavours with virtual reality goggles, Oskar Burman was head of Rovio studios where he was responsible for Angry Birds 2. He has played an important role in the creation of games like Just Cause 2, Battlefield : Heroes and Ignition, to name a few. But it is the very beginning of this man's carreer that is of most interest to us Atari ST fans. You see, Oskar was a member of Unique Developments Sweden, where he created the very first FPS game for the Atari ST ... Substation!
August 31, 2018 by ST GraveyardRead interview of Oskar Burman
In the mid 80's Atari was approached by a company called Nintendo. They asked if Atari was interested in distributing their new 8 bit system. At that time, Jack Tramiel was head of the Atari company. He declined the offer, saying Atari wanted to stop releasing consoles and focus on personal computers instead! So in the end, Nintendo had to distribute the consoles themselves ... In just a few months, they wiped Atari from the throne!
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