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Quartet   (QRT)


AKA:
The Quartet

Founded by :
Polonus, Jemasoft, Hi-Man & Mr.Raf in June 1988

Group Types :
Demo Group, Cracker Group

Base Country :
Poland

Website :
http://www.quartet.org.pl

User rating:*********_  8.5/10 (18 votes)   See votestatistics
********__  7.8/10 (5 votes) - Public votes only.

All Members :
Duddie   (inactive) (1989 -> ) .... Coder
Hi-Man   (inactive) (6-1988 -> ) .... Graphician, Coder, Swapper
Jemasoft   (inactive) (6-1988 -> ) .... Hardware-Guru, Coder, Cracker
Mr.Raf   (inactive) (6-1988 -> ) .... Graphician, Coder, Cracker, Swapper
Polonus   (inactive) (6-1988 -> ) .... Coder, Musician, Organizer, Logo Graphician, Graphician, Swapper
Ged   (ex) .... Graphician

Releases : (62)
DownloadSiurpryza ... 2015 One-File Demo(#6 Mixed Demo at RetroKomp/LOAD ERROR 2015)
DownloadSpoonwalker ... 1990 Tool
DownloadSpoonwalker 2 ... 1990 Tool
DownloadStuntmon 1.4 ... 1990 Tool
DownloadThe Amiga-Scroll Demo ... 1990 One-File Demo
DownloadBye Commy Demo ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadILove ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadInnerspace ... 1989 Demo
DownloadLogo-Painter V3 (Original) ... 1989 Tool
DownloadBest Shoot ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadHappy Bug ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadUmba, Umbaaa... ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadMiniature Demo ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadPaul's Nightmare ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadBwana Kubwa ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadSin Star II ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadPosh Demo ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadSinus-Show 2 ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadQuartet Chip ... 1989 One-File Demo
Download25x Turbo ... 1989 Tool
DownloadAll Music Of The Last Ninja 2 ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadChar Editor.2.2 ... 1989 Tool
DownloadChristmas Gift ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadLogo-Painter V3 ... 1989 Tool
DownloadLogo-Painter V3+ ... 1989 Tool
DownloadNew Style of Intros ... 1989 One-File Demo
Quartet Protector ... 1989 Tool
DownloadRevenge One ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadSinus Editor V2 ... 1989 Tool
DownloadStuff Disk ... 1989 Intro
DownloadStunt Car Racer ... 1989 Crack
DownloadCheat Magazine #2 ... 1988 Diskmag
DownloadVideobox ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadBill Gilbert Fucking Boy ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadRhythm King ... 1988 Crack
DownloadChamonix Challenge [german] ... 1988 Crack
DownloadNonterraqueous ... 1988 Crack
DownloadThe Secret Diary of Adrian Mole ... 1988 Crack
DownloadNo Problems ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadNo Name ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadQuartet Intro ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadBop'n Rumble +2 ... 1988 Crack(Released at First Quartet Copy Party)
DownloadIron Maiden ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadBlackwyche ... 1988 Crack
DownloadFuture Composer V2.1++ ... 1988 Tool
DownloadQuartet Intro ... 1988 Crack intro
DownloadSaboteur 2 ... 1988 Crack
DownloadSinus Editor V1 ... 1988 Tool
Download2x2 Sprite Editor ... ??? Tool
DownloadAdvanced Art Studio V1.2b ... ??? Crack
DownloadBasic Packer ... ??? Tool
DownloadColossus Chess 4 ... ??? Crack
DownloadDrum Mach C.T. ... ??? Crack
DownloadEqual Code Cruncher V3.0 [all cartridges] ... ??? Tool
DownloadEqual Code Cruncher V3.0 [tfc 2] ... ??? Tool
DownloadFuckings ... ??? One-File Demo
DownloadGem Show 1 ... ??? Graphics Collection
DownloadJemasoft Show 1 ... ??? One-File Demo
DownloadJemasoft Show 2 ... ??? One-File Demo
DownloadMouse Magazine Page Editor ... ??? Tool
DownloadNonstopcolor ... ??? Intro
DownloadWhat's This ... ??? One-File Demo

Organizer of :
First Quartet Copy Party ... 1988  (Poland)

User Comment
Submitted by Jemasoft on 17 January 2014
Yeah. Finally I've made it. - www.quartet.org.pl

..and it's the beginning. (to be continued)

User Comment
Submitted by Jemasoft on 24 August 2013
Yes you are right but all things are a little bit much complicated. Kebab was invented and created by Quartet members as an separate activity. Our goal was to activate, educate and cooperate with polish scene so almost anyone could write his article in Kebab. Polonus did C64 version of magazine called at the beginning Eastem Mag and meanwhile moved to S451, so that is the reason.

User Comment
Submitted by The MeatBall on 24 August 2013
@Trond Brenna: It seems that Kebab and Easten Magazine is credited to Science 451 here on CSDb.
Kebab #4 [polish]
Easten Magazine 2
Also, on mags.c64.com the 4 issues of Kebab is credited to S451.

User Comment
Submitted by Jemasoft on 23 August 2013
Yes we did Amiga stuff. Duddie was the main coder. We did also the first polish disk magazine called Kebab. Few days ago we have made web version of Kebab www.kebab64.pl . Look also for kebab amiga. On C64 it was called Easten Mag and later Kebab. We are looking for these our C64 magazines, now. Can anyone help us?

User Comment
Submitted by sebalozlepsi on 6 August 2012
http://arabuusimiehet.com/break/amiga/index.php?mode=group&grou..

User Comment
Submitted by Cresh on 6 August 2012
Yes, they did.
Not easy to find, I guess (I do not follow Amiga demoscene databases). PM Pajda - he should have some.

They also made some productions for 8bit Atari.

User Comment
Submitted by Factor6 on 6 August 2012
Did they something for Amiga later on? They're talking about quitting C64 scene in Bye Commy demo and others... I'd like to see some Amiga stuff then by them.

User Comment
Submitted by wacek on 9 October 2010
Cleaned up this entry (lot of incorrect release types), uploaded 2 missing entries.

Lotsa love & respects to Quartet, being a milestone in Polish demoscene history.

User Comment
Submitted by Jemasoft on 27 December 2007
It is funny to read all this comments after 17 years. This downvoting means nothing to me, man can not downvote history. Greetings to all our fans and friends.

User Comment
Submitted by Raf on 18 December 2007
wonder why ppl downvoted this group with 1, but that's not secret CSDb voting among many ppl juststinks

User Comment
Submitted by CenTraX on 10 February 2006
Most of their demos not working on EMUs with inserted cards like AR or F3

User Comment
Submitted by H.O on 11 May 2005
I never had much contact with Quartet, but I know that Glerc swapped with Polonus for years so he might know more.

You can reach Glerc at glerc@science451.org

User Comment
Submitted by V-12 on 10 May 2005
According to the first scrolltext in the last Quartet demo called "Bye Commy Demo", this group has 9 members at the end of 1989 year:
Duddie - code,gfx
Ged - gfx
Hi-Man - code,gfx,swap
Jemasoft - code
K.K. - code
Mike - msx
Mr.Raf - gfx,swap
Polonus - code,gfx,swap
Quant - supplier

Other Quartet members was just from Amiga section created somewhere around 1989 year.

About Quartet group - I was addicted to theirs demos and watched them 10 years ago :) always wanted to meet those guys in real life especially b'coz they are from the same town like me. And still they are my favourite group of the 80's :) 0ldsk00l 4ever!

User Comment
Submitted by Odyn on 4 January 2005
Yeach! Quartet, the pioneers in scene-makin' in my country, besides Taboo, Elysium, the first one group that made the polish scene so real. Greetz to all 'fathers', like Jemasoft and others :)

User Comment
Submitted by Raf on 3 January 2005
no more no less - first real demo group in Poland. I think Pawel was great coder at that time :)
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