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Mark Androvich

Mark stumbled across The 2600 Connection while he was a law school student in the early 1990s and was excited to connect with Tim Duarte, Russ Perry Jr., and others who shared his love for Atari's woodgrain-paneled machine. His first contribution was the logo for the letter column (issue #6), and he became a regular contributor of articles starting from issue #8. He contributed to a number of other gaming fanzines before becoming a freelance reviewer for PS Extreme magazine in 1998. From 1998 until 2006, he wrote articles, reviews, and official game strategy guides. He recently taught middle school mathematics, and resides in California.


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