The Flexible Arts

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The Flexible Arts
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Born 1988-??-??
Birth Place Denmark
Nationality Danish   Denmark.svg
Died 1990-02-??

The Flexible Arts was an informal Commodore 64 game music company of teenagers Thomas Petersen and Kim Christensen.

They sent a demo disk to several developers.

The Flexible Arts folded when Petersen joined Maniacs of Noise. Much later, old friends of his named their company Flexible Arts with his permission.

Music Development

Commodore 64

Both used Petersen's driver and arranged in hex.

Gameography

Hopper Copper (C64) and Alliance (C64) were scored in 1988 by members, but whether they did on behalf of the group is unknown.

Released Title Sample Notes
1989-02-2? DNA Warrior (C64)

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