He's better known for his non-computer games, actually. He's done hundreds of games, including quite a few for young people. I own a game for adults based on the Lord of the Rings (he's done a kids LotR game, too), Tigris & Euphrates, Blue Moon City, and Ingenious, and I know of a few others I'll buy eventually--they're all very clever and all very different from each other. You can find out about them by Googling his name, I'm sure.
(I have no connection to the man except as a fan of his games, btw.)