Gaming Peter Molyneux awarded OBE for services to gaming industry


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Leading British computer games maker Peter Molyneux has been made an OBE [Order of the British Empire] in the New Year Honours list.
The head of Surrey's Lionhead Studios was granted the honour for services to the computer games industry.

Mr Molyneux has been behind many of the ground-breaking games of the last 15 years such as Populous, Theme Park, Dungeon Keeper and Black and White.

He is widely credited with helping to create and popularise the so-called god-game genre.

This is probably very surprising for everyone, and I guess it goes to show that computer gaming is finally becoming accepted as a genuine entertainment industry rather than just a fad adopted by "geeks".
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