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Róbert Stein helped Hungarian developers from England
Reward Stein, father of Hungarian game development at eighty years old, writes Index .
Róbert Stein was disbanded in England in 1956 and in the 1980s he helped foreign developers develop Hungarian developers. Thanks to him, organizing the game development in Hungary started his collaboration with Novotrade when he started the official import of commodore 64. Through his intervention, the Tetris developed in Hungary in the Soviet Union was also known to him by the West.
Róbert Stein's life tells about the life of Vakonds in a three-year interview, which can be seen here:
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