Talk:Michel Ancel

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Anyone know when "Mechanic Warriors", "The Intruder", and "The Teller" were released? The list I added is probably quite incomplete. I don't know if there any other games he worked on, either. Spiraldoor 15:33, 30 April 2009 (UTC)Spiraldoor

UPDATE: I found a French website about Lankhor (the studio Ancel used to work for). It may have useful information, but I can't understand it and I don't trust Google Translator. http://www.lankhor.net/ Spiraldoor 22:32, 2 May 2009 (UTC)Spiraldoor

It says Mechanic Warriors was never released, and there's nothing about the two others. Michel Ancel isn't even in the Lankhor team section. Are you looking for anything in particular? --Hunchman801 13:41, 3 May 2009 (UTC)

I'm looking for the years the games were released, and what role Ancel had in their development. We know that Mechanic Warriors was never released, so that's "Cancelled" (but we don't know what Ancel did on the project). And we know he worked on the graphics of the other two, but we don't know what year they were released. Spiraldoor 15:20, 3 May 2009 (UTC)Spiraldoor

New info

I found an interview with Ancel which seems to have some information about him (including some stuff about his family) that isn't on the wiki, but it's in French.

http://www.ecrans.fr/Michel-Ancel-pique-au-jeu,4213.html

Hunch? --Spiraldoor 18:24, 20 July 2009 (UTC)Spiraldoor

There's a lot of interesting stuff about his state of mind and his political opinions, but here's about his family:
He has four children, two with a former partner and two with a certain Alexandra, whom he has married. He's also the father-in-law of the first four children of the latter. He left home and had his first child, Claire, at the age of 16. That's about it.
Hunchman801 22:26, 21 July 2009 (UTC)

Wikipedia cross-over

Reading this article through, and comparing it to the one on Wikipedia, it's clear that the copy and paste I just reverted isn't the only one that's gotten through. The Wikipedia stuff seems reasonable, but we shouldn't be copying directly due to its articles being under license. With that in mind, do you folks feel we ought to do a more thorough rewrite? --Sig5 2TEST.png 00:31, 1 October 2014 (CEST)