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      You won’t remember me, but I’ll never forget you and the company that
      changed my life.  My main tour of duty was with Coktel Vision in
      France.  My first project was Gobliiins, I joined the team
      sometime in late 1990, and I helped with the in-game musical
      arrangements.  From there, I went on to help with Gobliins
      2.  At some point, around 1992-1993, I was able to make a
      short-lived move to the US Oakhurst facility, I was only there for a
      few months.  I did background musical work on a few games at that
      time.  I remember my excitment when I was able to seek a seat in
      on one of the late King’s Quest planning sessions, although I was not
      on the team, and listen to some of Roberta’s amazing concepts. 
      After my short stay in the US, I moved back home and stayed with Coktel
      Vision for a short while longer.

      Although my time at Oakhurst was brief, I was able to meet dozens of
      amazing people.  A small handful of these  I have kept in
      touch with through the years, but sadly, I have lost touch with
      most.  I am still in ‘the industry’, and I will never forget the
      time I spent and the lessons I learned during my Sierra days. 
      Glad to hear that you and Roberta are doing well, and enjoying your
      well-deserved retirement.  

      God bless,

      Darren Krane

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      Unknown,Unknown
      Participant

      You won’t remember me, but I’ll never forget you and the company that
      changed my life.  My main tour of duty was with Coktel Vision in
      France.  My first project was Gobliiins, I joined the team
      sometime in late 1990, and I helped with the in-game musical
      arrangements.  From there, I went on to help with Gobliins
      2.  At some point, around 1992-1993, I was able to make a
      short-lived move to the US Oakhurst facility, I was only there for a
      few months.  I did background musical work on a few games at that
      time.  I remember my excitment when I was able to seek a seat in
      on one of the late King’s Quest planning sessions, although I was not
      on the team, and listen to some of Roberta’s amazing concepts. 
      After my short stay in the US, I moved back home and stayed with Coktel
      Vision for a short while longer.

      Although my time at Oakhurst was brief, I was able to meet dozens of
      amazing people.  A small handful of these  I have kept in
      touch with through the years, but sadly, I have lost touch with
      most.  I am still in ‘the industry’, and I will never forget the
      time I spent and the lessons I learned during my Sierra days. 
      Glad to hear that you and Roberta are doing well, and enjoying your
      well-deserved retirement.  

      God bless,
      Darren Krane

    • #25595 Reply
      Unknown,Unknown
      Participant

      Darren, welcome here! Thanks so much for dropping in to say hello! It’s always cool for us here to hear from people who used to work at Sierra, no matter what they did or how long they were with the company. I will send you an email regarding some archival work we are doing with former employees.

      Brandon Klassen, Sierra Archivist
      SierraGamers.com admin/dev team

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