Danielle founded Ozark Softscape, an early Little Rock based producer of computer games, including M.U.L.E., which helped define the field of multi-player games. Berry initially programmed for NSF and began game programming in 1974 and continued until death from cancer in 1998. Danielle received the Lifetime Achievement Award from Computer Game Developer’s Association and was named to the American Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences Hall of Fame in 2007.
Berry attended High School in Little Rock and graduate with industrial engineering degree from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.
* Post humous award