Howard Scott Warshaw was a video game programmer in the classic Atari 2600 days. He produced games under the Atari and Sears labels. Below is a list of games credited to this programmer. Unfortunately, some of his games were never released. (Please /msg with any additions).
This was an unreleased prototype title based on the television series of the same name. You got to control the floating head of Mr. T in a mission to save Hannibal. This game was largely based on the code to Saboteur.
- E. T. the Extra-Terrestrial
This was a horrid adventure game based on the movie of the same name. This title is notable because there were more copies of this game made, then there were Atari 2600's around to play it on. Over a million copies were buried out in the desert, just so Atari could write them off on their taxes.
- Raiders of the Lost Ark
This is a rather uncommon adventure title. It is also based on a movie, and is a bit more fun than E.T. was. This is also one of the first games to have an Easter Egg in it (not the first, but a very early example), as Warshaw hid his intials as an inventory item.
This was another unreleased title. It had nothing to do with the Spectrum game of the same name.
- Yars' Revenge
This is a classic title. You control a bug like spaceship, and attempt to blast away at a cannon located inside a force field. This is very similar to the arcade title Star Castle, but the controls feel very different.