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Contrary to his significance for the scene, relatively little is known about his personal life. He wrote Soundtracker for his work at ReLINE and Rainbow Arts , where he was responsible for the creation of game music (see the list below). He left the scene somewhere in the mid-90s and is now working in the electronics business. He still does music in his free time and is planning to release a CD.
The song links all point to their appropriate Nectarine pages, where you can download most of them.
Composed And Arranged By Karsten Obarski
- Amegas (Amiga 1987)
- Crystal Hammer (Amiga 1987)
- Rallye Master (Amiga 1987)
- Future Tank (Amiga 1988)
- Sarcophaser (Amiga 1988)
- Oil Imperium (C64/Amiga 1989)
- Dyter 07 (Amiga 1990)
- Black Gold (C64 1991)
- Snavely (MacIntosh 1995)
- Megaforce (Amiga)
- Tennis (Amiga)
Arranged By Karsten Obarski
- Defender Of The Crown (1986)
Composed By Karsten Obarski
Other Pieces By Karsten Obarski
- 7 - it's controversial whether this one is from Karsten Obarski
- End Theme
The author of this article was not able to find out which role Karsten Obarski had in the development of these games. It can be assumed that he did either coding or composing. "Rotator" is a special case: when asked about his own compositions, Obarski said he liked track 3 from "Rotator" very much - but the author of this article was unable to find any music from this game created by him. It can be assumed it was never released, as stated on EAGER.
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