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Invasion road (Book, 1980) [WorldCat.org]


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David Lubar (born March 16, 1954) is an author of numerous books for teens. He is also an electronic game programmer, who programmed Super Breakout for the Nintendo Game Boy , and Frogger for both the SNES and Game Boy. As a game designer, he designed the game Frogger 2: Swampy's Revenge for the Nintendo Game Boy Color . His mother was a school librarian. Lubar was born and raised in Morristown, New Jersey , and loves humor. [ citation needed ]

David Lubar was born and raised in Morristown, New Jersey . As a boy he frequented the school library where his mother worked, as well as the town library and county library. [2] He attended Rutgers University and received a degree in philosophy . After graduating, he tried to write full-time, but a low income forced him to pursue more lucrative options. David married his wife around this time in 1977. He began writing for Creative Computing in 1980.

In 1982, David was offered a job designing and programming video games in California. There he designed and translated video games for Atari , Nintendo Game Boy , Apple 2 and the Nintendo Entertainment System .

After realizing he still wanted to write, David returned to writing in 1994 while still working as a developer. By 1995 he had sold six books, and the company he worked for had gone out of business. During 1998 and 1999 David started programming for the Nintendo Game Boy while putting writing to the side, but he returned to writing shortly after. From 2000 to 2005 David wrote short stories for various collections such as Ribbiting Tales , Lost and Found , and Shattered .

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David Lubar (born March 16, 1954) is an author of numerous books for teens. He is also an electronic game programmer, who programmed Super Breakout for the Nintendo Game Boy , and Frogger for both the SNES and Game Boy. As a game designer, he designed the game Frogger 2: Swampy's Revenge for the Nintendo Game Boy Color . His mother was a school librarian. Lubar was born and raised in Morristown, New Jersey , and loves humor. [ citation needed ]

David Lubar was born and raised in Morristown, New Jersey . As a boy he frequented the school library where his mother worked, as well as the town library and county library. [2] He attended Rutgers University and received a degree in philosophy . After graduating, he tried to write full-time, but a low income forced him to pursue more lucrative options. David married his wife around this time in 1977. He began writing for Creative Computing in 1980.

In 1982, David was offered a job designing and programming video games in California. There he designed and translated video games for Atari , Nintendo Game Boy , Apple 2 and the Nintendo Entertainment System .

After realizing he still wanted to write, David returned to writing in 1994 while still working as a developer. By 1995 he had sold six books, and the company he worked for had gone out of business. During 1998 and 1999 David started programming for the Nintendo Game Boy while putting writing to the side, but he returned to writing shortly after. From 2000 to 2005 David wrote short stories for various collections such as Ribbiting Tales , Lost and Found , and Shattered .

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