Mike's first venture into games was no small project, as he produced the soundtrack accompanying the Amiga version of System 3's "The Last Ninja 2". Following further work for System 3, Mike went on to work on Psygnosis' puzzler "Bill's Tomato Game". Later, he went on to work full time for Psygnosis, producing soundtracks for games such as "Wip3out" and "Formula 1 '99", but was unfortunately a casualty of the company's major cutbacks.
Mike now works on a freelance basis primarily creating music for the games industry.
Mike Clarke's first video game work that SPOnG is aware of is the 1992 title, "Bram Stoker's Dracula" (Sega MegaCD) as Musician/Sound Effects. Of the titles listing Mike within the credits , "Wipeout 64" (N64), "Music" (PlayStation) and "MTV Music Generator 2" (PS2) have been best selling titles.
Mike's most recent involvement was as Musician/Sound Effects on the 2001 release "MTV Music Generator 2" (PS2).
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