For me, if someone wrote a game that I really loved, they're one of my Gods. For instance, John D. Ferrari (now sadly deceased) wrote Mastertronic budget game The Human Race. I can't even remember seeing a review of it in any magazines. But I loved that game when I bought it, and I still love it now. OK, the fact it contained five amazing Rob Hubbard tunes helped. But it remains a fond memory of mine, which makes JD Ferrari one of my Gods.
|Proof that apes are more intelligent than man?|
I couldn't negotiate that moving pathway through molten lava!
So you see what I'm getting at here. I've got a decent list of names of people that you might not expect to see in a publication such as this, and I'll be aiming to include them if it's at all possible. But who are your minor Gods, the unsung heroes of the past that you would love to see in my book?