Alan R. Moon

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Alan R. Moon
Alan Richard Moon (born November 18, 1951 in Southampton) is a British game designer living in the USA. It received 
the Game of the Year award twice. After White Wind was dissolved in 1997, Amigo asked Moon if he could develop a simplified version of the 1992 White
Wind game Elfenroads. The result Elfenland was Game of the Year in 1998 and that marked the beginning
of Moon's breakthrough as a game designer. He has been a full-time game inventor since 2000. In 2004, a game of
Moon became game of the year for a second time. From 2003 to 2005, Moon was the first chairman of the game designers guild.

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