Patrik Rak (1972) is a programmer known from the late 80's in Czechoslovakia under the nickname Raxoft, he created programs for Sinclair ZX Spectrum computers , which he owned since 1987, later he bought an Amiga computer. The first program he released to the public was the game Podraz 4, but it only became known for Piškworks. The Raxoft logo he used was remarkably similar to the Fuxoft logo used by František Fuka.
In 1990, while working on Star Dragon, he met Milan Matoušek, who created graphics for his games. Together with Milan Matoušek, they formed the Scorpion programming group. After Star Dragon, they created Atomix and Hexagonia together. Their games were published in the Czech Republic by Proxima - Software and by Ultrasoft in the Slovak Republic.
He has worked for several game development studios, since 2015 he has been the Lead Programmer at SCS Software Prague and works on games such as World of Trucks, American Truck Simulator, and Euro Truck Simulator 2.