What An EA Video Game Contract Looked Like In 1986

What An EA Video Game Contract Looked Like In 1986
To sign up for our daily newsletter covering the latest news, features and reviews, head HERE. For a running feed of all our stories, follow us on Twitter HERE. Or you can bookmark the Kotaku Australia homepage to visit whenever you need a news fix.

Here’s a fun little relic from the earliest days of game development: The original contract for the IBM port of Wasteland, made by Interplay, which cost EA just $US28,000 ($37,301).

Interplay founder Brian Fargo posted one section of the old contract today on Twitter, and it’s an interesting look at ’80s game development life:

Add a few zeroes and this would fit in nicely today. Only thing missing is the Metacritic bonus.

Comments

Show more comments

Comments are closed.

Log in to comment on this story!