Justin Scharvona is a musician most well known as the former audio manager for Argonaut Games.

Justin was hired by the company sometime in the late 1980’s, and he worked as the lead sound designer and composer for more than a decade. During his time at Argonaut Games, he composed the soundtracks for dozens of published video games. He was laid-off in 2004, shortly before Argonaut Games dissolved and went out of business, in 2006.

After being laid-off from Argonaut Games, Justin went to work for Nintendo and composed the soundtracks for “Battalion Wars” (2005), and “BWii: Battalion Wars 2” (2007).

Justin Scharvona is currently a small-time music producer and composer, working from his studio in East London.

Recently, due to the Internet, Justin Scharvona’s early music has received some renewed interest by underground fans. The main theme for the video game “Buck Bumble” (composed by Justin Scharvona in 1998) has garnered over 200,000 views on YouTube, along with several remixes.

Justin Scharvona is most frequently mentioned on the web for his work on “Croc: Legend of the Gobbos” (1997), “Croc 2” (1999), “Buck Bumble” (1998), “Disney’s The Emperor’s New Groove (Video Game)” (2000), and “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Video Game)” (2002).

Edited by PuffLump on 22 Feb 2015, 01:43

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