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'''Christopher [[Quentin]] Jones''' is the creator of [[Adventure Game Studio]]. Thought of as "a god" by [[:Category:People_Who_Believe_CJ_Is_A_God|certain members]] of the [[AGS community]], he has allegedly gained a somewhat cultlike following.
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'''Christopher [[Quentin]] Jones''' is the creator of [[Adventure Game Studio]]. Thought of as a god by certain members of the [[AGS community]], he has allegedly gained a somewhat cultlike following.
  
 
Chris Jones goes by many names. Most commonly referred to as ''CJ'' (Sea-Jay), he also goes by the alias ''Pumaman'' on the [[AGS Forums]], based on the main character of a cult low-budget superhero film from the '80s. In the past, he used to go under the name ''DOSUser'', when he used to be an evangelist and a programmer of {{Wikipedia|MS-DOS}}.
 
Chris Jones goes by many names. Most commonly referred to as ''CJ'' (Sea-Jay), he also goes by the alias ''Pumaman'' on the [[AGS Forums]], based on the main character of a cult low-budget superhero film from the '80s. In the past, he used to go under the name ''DOSUser'', when he used to be an evangelist and a programmer of {{Wikipedia|MS-DOS}}.

Revision as of 18:59, 2 December 2005

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Christopher Quentin Jones is the creator of Adventure Game Studio. Thought of as a god by certain members of the AGS community, he has allegedly gained a somewhat cultlike following.

Chris Jones goes by many names. Most commonly referred to as CJ (Sea-Jay), he also goes by the alias Pumaman on the AGS Forums, based on the main character of a cult low-budget superhero film from the '80s. In the past, he used to go under the name DOSUser, when he used to be an evangelist and a programmer of MS-DOS.

During his DOSUser years, he created many applications for MS-DOS, including the RoomMake for Adventure Creator and RoomEdit for earlier versions of Adventure Game Studio.

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