Born in Denmark in 1969, Søren Grønbech became a legend in the C64 world (where he went by the name of Sodan) when he invented the "bordersprite" (tricking the hardware to show sprites in the screen border area). On the Amiga, he developed several big hits, such as the eponymous Sword of Sodan
, but left the game developing world with the Amiga. He now works as a web developer and runs a café with his friends.
- Sodan.dk -- Søren Grønbech's personal homepage, with information about his games.