Adrian Stephens

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Adrian Stephens
Place of birth: England, United Kingdom
Employment history:
The Assembly Line[1] (1989-08 – 1993-03)
Sega of America[1] (1993-11 – 1996-12)
Luxoflux[1] (1997-01 – 2002-09)
Activision[1] (2002-10 – 2006-02)
Role(s): Technical Director[1], Programmer
Education: University of Bristol (BSc, Mathematics; 1982-1985)[2]

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Adrian Stephens is a British video game developer and former Sega Technical Institute Technical Director, most known for his work on Comix Zone.


Adrian Stephens joined Sega Technical Institute to help program new, upcoming console hardware, but it was delayed, so he became involved with game programming.[3]

According to a 2005 interview with Roger Hector Adrian contributed to the physics code for Sonic & Knuckles.

In January 1997, Stephens founded a game development studio with Peter Morawiec called Luxoflux. Most known for their well-received Vigilante 8 vehicular combat games, Luxoflux would later be acquired by Activision in October 2002. Later, the two founded another game development company by the name Isopod Labs, which resumed working on the aforementioned series.

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