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Thomas Regin delivers music in most any style and format for your video game, TV-commercial, radio-spot, presentation or writes your artist's next hit song.


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February 2009: Thomas lands major fulltime gig with SomaTone!

Thomas has just secured a major fulltime gig with Somatone Interactive Audio, one of the largest audio houses in the world. SomaTone Interactive Audio is an exclusively trained audio production team specializing in interactive media including games and online marketing. Having worked on hundreds of games divided between the console, casual, downloadable, handheld & online industry the composers, sound designers and VO directors on their team are experienced, professional, service oriented and in demand.

Thomas will be joining the team of in-house composers on March 1st 2009.

Visit SomaTone's website

February 2009: Emerald City Confidential official trailer

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January 2009: New demo-reel

A new year and a new demo-reel. The talented Nonie Craige will guide you through this 4-minute musical potpourri.

Listen to the demo-reel (mp3-format - 4mb).

December 2008: Thomas is attending GDC 09

.. And it's official. Thomas will be attending the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco in March 2009.

If you'd like to schedule a meeting or just pop by for a quick "hello" while he's there, please use the email-address on the contact page to discuss the details.

More on the GDC

November 2008: Thomas signs with Casual Game Systems A/S.

Thomas will be delivering original music for an exciting new game-project.

Casual Game Systems A/S located in the outskirts of Copenhagen specializes in online entertainment.

Visit their website

October 2008: Got a blog

Thomas felt the urge to express himself on something else than sheet music

The blog will probably be updated as often as this website, but you never know, so check it out once in a while! :-)

Visit my blog

August 2008: Thomas signs with Mean Hamster Software Inc.

Thomas signs a deal with award-winning game developer, Mean Hamster Software. Thomas will deliver the music for their new, top-secret game for the casual market.

Mean Hamster Software, Inc. Located in Deer Park, Washington, Mean Hamster Software was started by John Swiderski as a development house focused on custom software development, product conversion and distribution for existing and specialized projects. Focus is directed toward portable/hand held devices and Windows PCs. Known for its faithful development and support of the Atari and Amiga communities, Mean Hamster continues to release new and never-before-published titles for these platforms.

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August 2008: Thomas signed by Wadjet Eye Games and PlayFirst Inc.

Once again Thomas joins forces with game-developer legend Dave Gilbert after Wadjet Eye Games signs major publishing deal with San Francico-based PlayFirst Inc.

Thomas will be providing the full orchestral score for a new, exciting title soon to be revealed.

Visit Wadjet Eye Games and Playfirst

February 2008: Playfirst signs Wadjet Eye Games.

PlayFirst, Inc., the leading publisher focused exclusively on casual games, today announced a publishing deal with Wadjet Eye Games, an independent game developer that was nominated for "Best New Studio" at the 2007 Game Developer's Conference. Under the terms of the agreement, Wadjet Eye will develop a new casual adventure title to be published by PlayFirst.

Read press release

February 2008: Thomas wins AGS Award 2007.

Thomas wins AGS Award 2007 for best music in an AGS game - for Blackwell Unbound
Thanks to the commitee and the people who voted for Blackwell Unbound!

December 2007: Started scoring the next installment in the Blackwell series - The Blackwell Convergence.

A new film opens to rave reviews, despite its bloody history. A beautiful uptown office remains unoccupied, despite its prime location. A downtown artist berates himself for selling out, while a Wall Street investor congratulates himself on a job well done. Just normal life in the big city? Or is somthing more sinister binding these events together?

Visit the official Convergence website

September 2007: Blackwell Unbound released.

A few reviews:
AGS Ezine
Yesterday's Salad
Four Fat Chicks
Gamer.no (Norwegian)
English translation of Gamer.no review

Visit the official Unbound website