Her name is Van Mai, and the Video Game History Foundation has found her Video game historians Kate Willaert and Kevin Bunch have been searching for Van Mai for years.
Willaert and Bunch had been looking for Mai because of her involvement in Wabbit, the first video game for home consoles with a human female protagonist.
After a few months working on an Atari 5200 port of Solar Fox, she left the video game industry, making for a short but impactful career.
After Apollo closed, Mai went on to work with former colleagues at MicroGraphic Image, Willaert and Bunch wrote.
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