Developer BiographySøren started his career as a free-lance artist in 1991. By 1993 he had started his own studio called Brain Bug where he did graphics and programming as well as producing and designing.
In 1995 He joined Softgold / Rainbow (later Funsoft) Arts as a producer and worked on several PlayStation titles as well as some PC and one SNES title.
By 1998 Funsoft had been bought by THQ International where Søren continued as a producer on PlayStation and PC titles but primarily Gameboy Color titles.
In 2000, Søren returned to Denmark founding Hokus Pokus producing titles for PC, Xbox, Gameboy Advance and Game Cube. Unfortunately Hokus Pokus had to close when Swing! Entertainment declared bankruptcy in 2003.
Søren now worked as a producer and game director at Deadline Games in Copenhagen which he joined in October 2003, until 2010 where he moved to Firebrand Games.
In 2014 he joined Io-Interactive working on Hitman (2016). He continued working on Hitman 2 (2018) until moving to Unity in 2018. He worked there for less than a year before passing away in late 2018.
Contributed by SÃ¸ren Lund (1) on Sep 12, 2006. [revised by : Peter Ølsted (2)].
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