Franz started his career in game programming with Atari, Inc. where he worked on the arcade game Crystal Castles, his first game. It was also a video game player himself, Franz even held the world record for the arcade version of Centipede for six months in 1981.
In 1989, Franz was hired at Tengen for developing some Nintendo NES home conversions from popular arcade games (Toobin', Ms. Pac-Man, Rampart, Super Sprint...)
Beside video games, Franz has a degree in mathematics and plays piano in 20 concerts per year for the Valley Chorale.
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