Soeren started his venture into the industry working on programming and graphics in 1984 when he received his very first C64.
He then joined InterActivision in 1991 as a trainee, but never got hired as he walked out with five other guys at the time.
After setting up Brain Bug in 1992 with five other guys from InterActivision, he got their first contract with Rainbow Arts to do LollyPop.
In 1995 he moved to Germany to work as a producer for Rainbow Arts/Softgold where he’s been ever since. Softgold was then bought by THQ in 1999 and since then Soeran’s mainly been working on Game Boy Color projects.
Soeren Lund's first video game work that SPOnG is aware of is the 1993 title, "Micro Machines" (Game Boy) as Project Leader/Producer.
Soeren's most recent involvement was as Project Leader/Producer on the 2001 release "Colin McRae Rally" (Game Boy Color).
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