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The Boys of Buddha   (BOB)

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1 January 1986

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Cracker Group

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Members: Silver Surfer and Graf Dracula
This was the first cracking group I`ve heard about, when I was very young. The 2 guys, Silver Surfer and Graf Dracula, lived next to me in a village called 49681 Garrel. Silver Surfer was the leader and cracked/coded for BOB. He programmed a very famous Intro-Maker, which have been used by several groups at that time from wellknown groups.

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Graf Dracula   (ex) .... (unknown function)
Silver Surfer   (ex) .... Coder, Cracker, Organizer

Releases : (8)
DownloadScooby Doo ... 1986 Crack
DownloadInternational Karate ... 1986 Crack
DownloadMermaid Madness ... 1986 Crack
DownloadNinja ... 1986 Crack
DownloadSaboteur ... 1986 Crack
DownloadUchi Mata ... 1986 Crack
DownloadSkateRock + ... ??? Crack
DownloadSuperstar Ping-Pong ... ??? Crack
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