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Andrew G. Sega

Also Known As

  • Andrew Gregory Sega
  • Necros (Demoscene handle)
  • Andy Sega
  • Andrew Sega

Game Credits


Dragon Age: Legends (2011)   (Additional Platform Support)
Dragon Age Journeys: The Deep Roads (2009)   (Additional Programming)
Freelancer (2003)   (Game Programming)
Wing Commander: Prophecy (1997)   (Additional Programming (Vision Engine))
Wing Commander: Prophecy (Deluxe) (1997)   (Additional Programming)


Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Zombie Ninja Pro-Am (2007)   (Music Composer)
Enigma (2003)   (Music)
Freelancer (2003)   (Music )
Ultimate Steroids (2001)   (Music: "Point of Departure" by)
Unreal Tournament (1999)   (Music)
Unreal (1998)   (Music)
Crusader: No Regret (1996)   (Gameplay Music)
In Pursuit of Greed (1996)   (Music)
Crusader: No Remorse (1995)   (Music)
Xixit (1995)   (Music)
Ironseed (1994)   (Soundtrack)


Conquest: Frontier Wars (2001)   (More Special Thanks to)

Developer Biography

Andrew G. Sega, a.k.a Necros, is a living legend in the tracking scene. One of the more skilled and reknowned musicians in the scene, Andrew has been writing music since around 1992 and had become particularly active with Epidemic, a scene music disk released in 1995 and featuring talents such as Purple Motion (Jonne Valtonen) and Skaven (Peter Hajba).

Andrew later helped form the legendary tracking group Five Musicians, which is active even today and features equally legendary talents such as Jeroen Tel, Basehead and Hunz. He is also responsible for several demoscene productions (such as Assembly '95 demo Eden) and later in his amazingly versatile career started making music for games, beginning with little known ones such as Greed, through guest appearances in Unreal and Unreal Tournament and finally the amazing music for Origin's Crusader: No Regret.

(contributed by Tomer Gabel)

Last updated: Nov 28, 1999

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