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Infocom founders to be honored at D.I.C.E. Awards

Dave Lebling and Marc Blank, co-founders of 1980s Zork studio Infocom, will be honored with the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences Pioneer Award at the D.I.C.E. Awards in February.
Newsbrief: Dave Lebling and Marc Blank, co-founders of 1980s Zork studio Infocom, will be honored with the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences Pioneer Award at the D.I.C.E. Awards in February. The award aims to highlight those individuals who have helped shape the games industry, perhaps having a hand in the creation of a new technology, or birthing a new video game genre. Lebling (pictured) and Blank are to be honored as a result of their work on titles like Zork and Enchanter, and are the first pair to receive the award together. Previous receipients have included Activision co-founder David Crane, Raster Blaster creator Bill Budge, and Atari's Ed Logg.

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