The Flexible Arts

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The Flexible Arts
Born 1988-0?-??
Birth Place Denmark
Nationality Danish   Denmark.svg
Died 1989-??-??

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

They sent a demo disk to several developers, which led to DNA Warrior (C64).

In 1989, Petersen wanted to join another music group, eventually Maniacs of Noise. Years later, he allowed old friends to name their unrelated company Flexible Arts.

Audio Development

Commodore 64

Both arranged in Petersen's TFA Editor.


Petersen scored Alliance (C64) in 1988, but whether he did on behalf of the group is unknown.

Released Title Sample
1988-09-?? Hopper Copper (C64)
1989-02-2? DNA Warrior (C64)