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Bill Williams

Who is Bill Williams?

Bill Williams was a pioneering game designer known for his innovative work in the early days of video game development. He gained prominence in the 1980s for his unique and creative approach to game design. One of his most notable creations is the game Alley Cat, released in 1983 for various home computer platforms.

Williams was also known for his contributions to the Atari 2600 platform, creating several games for the system. He was admired for his ability to push the boundaries of game design within the technological limitations of the time.

Tragically, Bill Williams passed away in 1998 at the age of 38 due to cancer. Despite his relatively short career, his impact on the early video game industry is significant, and his games continue to be remembered fondly by gamers and developers alike.

Bill Williams
Born on:
Game designer, programmer
Known for:
Alley Cat, Necromancer
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Games by Bill Williams

This is a chronological list of games designed by Bill Williams from 1984 to 1988 on Abandonware DOS for DOS, Windows, Linux or Mac.

Alley Cat


Sinbad and the Throne of the Falcon