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Founded by :
Firefox, Snoky & Exin in 1998

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Group Types :
Demo Group, Cracker Group, Magazine Staff

Base Country :

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

All Members :
Brainsmasher   (ex) .... Graphician
Checky   (ex) .... Coder
Exin   (ex) (1998 -> 1998) .... Graphician
Firefox   (ex) .... Coder, Diskmag Editor, Swapper, Organizer
Mr. Tec   (ex) .... Coder
Rhobaq   (ex) .... Logo Graphician, Swapper
Snoky   (ex) (1998 -> 1998) .... Coder
Taxim   (ex) (1998 -> 1999) .... Graphician, Swapper, Musician

Releases : (18)
DownloadFirst Strike +2 ... 1998 Crack
DownloadPassing Shot ... 1998 Crack
Download10th Frame ... ??? Crack
DownloadHyper Biker ... ??? Crack
DownloadSuper Sports ... ??? Crack
DownloadAxicon Intro ... ??? Crack intro
DownloadAxiconie ... 1998 Dentro
DownloadPremium #3 ... 1999 Diskmag
DownloadPremium #2 ... 1999 Diskmag
DownloadPremium #1 ... 1999 Diskmag
DownloadDissector ... 1998 Graphics(#12 C64 Graphics at Mekka & Symposium 1998)
DownloadPsychedelion ... 1999 Graphics Collection
DownloadJoin Us ... 1998 Misc.
DownloadTekknodome ... 1998 Music
DownloadDeinonychus #4 - Remake ... 1998 Music Collection
DownloadDeinonychus #3 - Remake ... 1998 Music Collection
DownloadBurst Nibbler V1.7+ ... 1999 Tool
DownloadOctanoter V2.2 (Premium Version) ... ??? Tool

User Comment
Submitted by Exin64 on 28 April 2008
Hmmm...This was the group i made up and which i'm ashamed of. Thats why i never said the group name ever again, so the story for some people to read.

In the beginning, I think one year after i got told about the demoscene by Creb/Excess (Maybe he was in Dytec still as well).
My entrance to the scene was the usual. I wanted to do gfx since i didnt have the patience to start learning Assembler in 1996 being 14 and such. I think it all began after The Party 1997 and before Mekka & Symposium 1998.
I sent out some disks with examples of my gfx and mostly got rejected/no answer.
Then i got in contact with Ronny (Snoky, mainly of Civitas) and Firefox.
They both mostly just argued whether one can code or not. I decided to visit Firefox since his own releases were more promising for a quickly made demo.
Actually i already made up the name "Axicon" which was the name of a planed in a comic that i made back then.

They both agreed to form a group with me and that name.
So me and Snoky did make a demo over the weekend with his noter routines as "effects". Ripped charset and music. (Both stated wrong in the credits what i found out later!)
And ofcourse, graphics by me, using Interpaint with mouse. I also brought my PC with me to archive that one on Harddisk. (That didnt work, because the PC didnt boot up properly and Snoky didnt have a PC back then).
Also some rasterbars were included! Woohoo!
I heard Q-Man wants to Join.

Well, we made that demo then i went home.
After a week, i heard from snoky that Taxim wants to join too and already has some sampletrack.

Again one week later i called Firefox and he told me that i got kicked out by Snoky. (When i contacted Snoky i heard the other thing and that he got kicked out as well.) I never contacted them again, cursed a spell onto them and that one worked.

As i read now, noone of them (Except for Taxim(Sorry, dude!)) is still active.

...which doesnt surprise me.
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