Mark J. Lovegrove

Also Known As

  • m0ds
  • Mark Lovegrove

Game Credits


Night of the Testicle (2011)   (Design by)


Night of the Testicle (2011)   (Programming by)


Night of the Testicle (2011)   (Artwork by)


The Cat Lady (2012)   (Voice Casting by)
Night of the Testicle (2011)   (Original Music by)
Back Door Man (2009)   (Music)
Little Girl in Underland (2008)   (In-game music by)
6 Days a Sacrifice (2007)   (Original Soundtrack)
Nelly Cootalot: Spoonbeaks Ahoy! (2007)   (Original Music by)
Trilby: The Art of Theft (2007)   (Music by)
Infinite Monkeys (2006)   (Using M0ds' free music pack by)
Trilby's Notes (2006)   (Original soundtrack)
007 3/4: Disappearance Time (2003)   (Music - RON Theme by)
The Adventures of Fatman: Toxic Revenge (2003)   (Music)
Dead Man's Political Party (2003)   (Song "Reality-on-the-Norm theme" by)
Gatitos: The Paws of Fate (2003)   ("Dark RoN" Theme by)
The Purity of the Surf (2003)   (Music - "RON Theme" written by)
Robert Redford Saves the Day: Episode 3: Who Frame... (2003)   (With the voice talents of (in order of who can boil more eggs in 2 minutes))
Rode Quest 2: The Sweet Smell of Stenchie (2003)   (Music by)
ROTN Quiz Game (2003)   (Music composed by)
Shadows of RON (2003)   (Music - RON theme by)
Invasion Of The Space Aliens Who Are Not From Eart... (2002)   (Music - Titles - RON theme by)
Rode Quest (2002)   (Theme by)
The Tapestry: Prologue - The First Stitch (2002)   (Music - ROTN Theme)
Blast Off (2001)   (RON Intro Theme)
I Spy (2001)   (Music)
Monty on the Norm (2001)   (Music - Reality on the Norm Theme by)
Robert Redford Saves the Day: Episode 2: The Pit a... (2001)   (Spooky Redford theme by)
The Soviet Union Strikes Again (2001)   (Music (In order of appearance))

Quality Assurance

Nelly Cootalot: Spoonbeaks Ahoy! (2007)   (Beta Testers)

Creative Services

The Cat Lady (2012)   (Manual and Package Design)


Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today (2015)   (Special Thanks)
Primordia (2012)   (Victor Pflug Thanks)
Resonance (2012)   (Special Thanks)

Developer Biography

Mark started composing music for video-games in 1997, working on small projects in school he then moved onto write music for point & click adventures, many of which are freeware. He also dabbles in game-design & film production.

Last updated: Mar 16, 2006