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Adrian Stephens was a British born Technical Director & Programmer for Comix Zone. Despite not being listed as a developer of Sonic & Knuckles in the credits for the game, he was interviewed on the MTV Inside Sonic & Knuckles Special as such. According to a interview with Roger Hector Adrian did contribute to the physics code for Knuckles. He was working in the capacity of Technical Director of the game.
In January 1997, Stephens set up a game development studio called Luxoflux with Peter Morawiec. This company developed the well-received Vigilante 8 before being acquired by Activision in October 2002. Since then the company has gone on to develop the True Crime video game series.
In January 2007, Adrian Stephens and Peter Morawiec founded Isopod Labs, another game development studio. The first release was another game in the Vigilante 8 series, called Vigilante 8 Arcade. It received a Xbox Live Arcade release in November 2008.
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