Christopher Wroth is a game designer from Forestville, California.
He invented Supercheckers (aka King's Court), in 1979. Wroth sold the game to Western Publishing in Racine, Wisconsin. Western sold a quarter million copies of the game during the first 2 years, then sold the game to Hasbro. Wroth had a dispute with Hasbro, and the game was not published by them. Supercheckers was returned to Wroth, and remained unpublished. Used King's Court games may be found on ebay. Three software versions of King's Court have been created since the game went out of production. For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org