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David P. Grenewetzki,
an American engineer, software and game developer, CEO, general purpose board member and company advisor [1]. He was affiliated with The Software Toolworks, Mindscape, Accolade, and Palladium Interactive, and served as Sierra's president from June 1998 to May 2001.
David Grenewetzki [2]

Software Toolworks

At Software Toolworks, David Grenewetzki was member of the programming team of the Chessmaster 3000 in 1991 [3], and further did additional programming for the Chessmaster 4000 Turbo in 1993 [4], the first version incorporating The King engine by Johan de Koning. He played a central role in the $462 million sale of The Software Toolworks to Pearson PLC in 1994 [5] [6] [7].

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References

  1. ^ David Grenewetzki - CEO, general purpose board member & company advisor | about.me
  2. ^ David Grenewetzki - CEO, general purpose board member & company advisor | about.me
  3. ^ The Chessmaster 3000 for DOS (1991) - MobyGames
  4. ^ The Chessmaster 4000 Turbo for Windows 3.x (1993) - MobyGames
  5. ^ Grenewetzki mentions Mai 1993, David Grenewetzki - LinkedIn
  6. ^ Michael E. Duffy mentions April 1994, Michael E. Duffy & Associates
  7. ^ Mindscape from Wikipedia mentions: Mindscape sold to Pearson PLC for $503 million in 1994

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