Roberta Williams (born February 16, 1953) is an American video game designer. She is most famous for her pioneering work in graphical adventure games, particularly the King's Quest series.
In the eighties and nineties, Roberta and her husband, Ken Williams, were leading figures in the development of graphical adventure games. They founded the company On-Line Systems, which later became Sierra Entertainment.
Williams was instrumental in writing and designing several popular games for Sierra, including the entire King's Quest series, The Colonel's Bequest, Mixed-Up Mother Goose, and Phantasmagoria. Though Sierra was sold in 1996, Williams' production credits date to 1998.
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