Thomas Egeskov Petersen

Also Known As

  • Laxity
  • Thomas Petersen
  • Thomas E. Petersen
  • Thomas Egeskov Peterson

Game Credits

Programming/Engineering

Hitman: The Complete First Season (2017)   (Gameplay Programmers)
Terminator Revenge (2006)   (Programming)
Log!cal (1999)   (Sound Player)
 

Writers

The Marbians (2011)   (Written and Edited by)
 

Audio

The Marbians (2011)   (Original Music by)
Jupiter Lander (2008)   (Sound)
X³: Terran Conflict (2008)   (Music)
Joe Gunn (2007)   (Music by)
SolaRola (2007)   (Music)
Terminator Revenge (2006)   (Music)
X³: Reunion 2.0 - Game of the Year Edition (2006)   (Music)
X³: Reunion (2005)   (Music)
X³: Reunion (Collector's Edition) (2005)   (Music)
X²: The Threat (2003)   (Music)
Player Manager 2001 (2001)   (Music by)
X-Gold (2001)   (Music)
Micro Machines 1 and 2: Twin Turbo (2000)   (Sound)
X-Tension (2000)   (Music)
Log!cal (1999)   (Sound Effects)
X: Beyond the Frontier (1999)   (Music)
DragonHeart: Fire & Steel (1996)   (Music Composed by)
 

Thanks

Explosive Racing (1997)   (Thanks to)
onEscapee (1997)   (Special Thanks To)
Earthworm Jim 1 & 2: The Whole Can 'O Worms (1996)   (Hello to:)
 


Developer Biography

Thomas started composing on the C64 in 1986-87. He was proficient at it right from the beginning, and he made his own player and editor for a few years. At exactly 9 September 1990 he joined Vibrants, although he was already a member of the Dutch group Maniacs of Noise.

During the 90's, Thomas went on composing music in trackers as well as MIDI. In 2005 he was bitten by a C64 bug and created a new player for JCH's Music Editor, as well as a brand-new music editor called SID Factory.

Last updated: Aug 12, 2008