staff at the Dragon's Lair Project
would like to thank the following people for their various contributions to the site.
Brian Jones -
Brian has brought excellent features to the Dragon's Lair Project such as the redesigned
Laserdisc Game Message Board. Officially brought online on 01.01.05,
the Message Board continues to be the focal point of the Dragon's Lair Project website. Brian also added
many key features to the Laserdisc Game Collectors page.
Carlo Angelicola -
Carlo has developed several applications for the site. His first was the
Laserdisc Game Registry, which allowed us to keep track of who owns which laserdisc games. Carlo's
other projects were the D-L-P Quick-Vote, the
Laserdisc Game Classifieds page, and most recently, the total redesign of the
Laserdisc Game Collectors page, which allows users to showcase
their laserdisc game collection and serves as THE database for all laserdisc games and corresponding parts.
Joe Ross -
Joe provided instrumental features such as the original D-L-P Guest book and the original
Laserdisc Game Message Board. Joe's message board went online on 03.14.99 and was decommissioned on 12.31.04 when the new
message board went live. The Message Board has been the most popular page on the Dragon's Lair Project.
Matt Ownby -
Matt is the creator of the DAPHNE emulator. His dedication to the
emulator has brought Dragon's Lair and many other rare laserdisc games into the homes of many people who probably would have never
been able to see these games again. Matt's work on the Dragon's Lair Project includes the
Cliff Hanger Unlimited Lives hack, and co-authoring the
Hacking Around The Lair page.
Robert DiNapoli -
Rob can be referred to as "Lair Hacker Extraordinaire". Rob's work includes pages like the
Dragon's Lair LD Conversion, the
Cliff Hanger LD Conversion, the
Dragon's Lair II LD Conversion, and the
Dragon's Lair II PC Conversion. Rob also created the
Hacking Around the Lair II page, co-authored the
Hacking Around The Lair page, and was instrumental in the creation of the
Andrew Hepburn -
Andrew took Rob DiNapoli's Dragon's Lair II PC Conversion one step further by making it
compatible with the first pressing of the Dragon's Lair II laserdisc. Andrew has also put together some info on command sets for
different laserdisc players and was a major contributor to the D-L-P's Virtual Library. Andrew's last project, the
PR-8210A Conversion, is a document that allows a person to convert a common
Pioneer PR-8210 laserdisc player into the 8210A, which is required for Star Rider.
Jim Bickmann -
Jim has been one of the largest contributors. He has brought countless amounts of pictures and information
to the site. Some of the pages that Jim has worked on are the
Laserdisc Merchandise page, and the individual pages for
Cube Quest, Cops,
Fire Fox, and Star Rider.
Jim was a writer for GameRoom Magazine and has some of his articles showcased on the D-L-P, like
Starcade and Dragon's Lair: Laserdisc Legend.
Jim was also instrumental in the creation of the
Dragon's Lair Prototype page.
Tony Dailey -
Tony has supplied an extensive amount of documentation to the Dragon's Lair Project, such as manuals, schematics, dip switch settings,
flyers, and cabinet pictures. Tony created the Laserdisc Game Virtual Library pages which can be linked to from within most
of the D-L-P Tech Pages for each game in the drop down list. These Virtual Library pages have information
and pictures of all hardware items for any given laserdisc game. Tony's flyers and cabinet pictures can be seen in the
Laser Games section.
Dawn & Mike Appolo
Don the ArcadeGuy
Eric J. Katowitz
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