Mel Croucher is a true pioneer in the history of video games in the UK. He is the founder of (in)famous software house Automata, whose work throughout the early 1980s is now considered to be pioneering in its use of multimedia and transmedia. The prize of Pimania was a golden sundial, hidden in an English hillside; Deus ex Machina came complete with a game-synchronised soundtrack featuring performances from Ian Dury and Jon Pertwee, among others.
Mel has been a guest of Imperica in the past and we're delighted to welcome him back for a Q&A. Thanks to everyone that submitted a question.