Centuri coder Lee Feuling – The Arcade Blogger

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Lee Feuling is a retired United States Airforce and American Airlines pilot who, once upon a time, was a coder for Centuri Video Games in Hialeah, Florida. Centuri was best known for its hugely popular licensed releases of Japanese titles such as Track & Field and Phoenix, but of far more interest to TDE listeners is Tim Stryker’s vector shooter, Aztarac, and for an even deeper cut, the unreleased Grabber Goose (another Stryker vector title); not to mention Feuling’s very own, also unreleased, Freddy Flames. Lee reminisces at length about his close relationship with the visionary Tim Stryker, Centuri’s productive but under-utilised in-house R&D department and flying fast jets over Saudi Arabia.

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