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Friday, November 17, 2000
 
Duane Johnson Joins 3dfx
3:45 PM | Toby Allen | Comment on this story

While 3dfx has currently left the 3D card business and now will concentrate on developing 3D chips, they have taken on some new staff, someone well known in the Mac gaming community. We asked 3dfx's rave driver developer, Ray Swartz for more info. He told us that Duane Johnson, the man behind Descent and Elite Force on Mac has joined 3dfx. Here's the word:

New guy is Duane Johnson. Yes, the former NASA engineer who also brought us the Mac versions of Descent 3 and Elite Force. We're very excited to have him aboard.
Duane will work on fixing bugs, then later he will be working on the OS X drivers once Apple releases the DDKs. 3dfx are still planning many suprises.

3dfx web site


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