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Tronix   (TRX)


AKA:
Tronix 2099

Founded by :
Spirit, Mad Madoc & Wardog in 1987

Group Types :
Demo Group, Cracker Group

Base Country :
Sweden

Website :
http://surf.to/tronix

Trivia :
A couple of the members founded Mocean.
Some members founded Alto-brows with people from Life/Riffs. Nothing released. Life/Riffs members joined Fairlight and old Tronix members quit coding...

Re-founded on Amiga during 1992(?). New members Olle and some more.. Some releases were done.


User rating:********__  8.2/10 (5 votes)   See votestatistics

All Members :
Acazia   (ex) (1988 -> ) .... Coder
Albatross   (ex) .... Coder
Alligon   (ex) .... (unknown function)
Coyote   (ex) ( -> 1989) .... Coder
Dan   (ex) .... (unknown function)
Diode   (ex) (1987 -> ) .... Coder, Cracker
Dredd   (ex) .... Swapper
El Diablo   (ex) .... (unknown function)
Fanzy   (ex) .... Coder
Fonzie   (ex) .... Coder
Franzy   (ex) .... (unknown function)
Geggin   (ex) ( -> 1989) .... Swapper
Goblin   (ex) (1987 -> 10/3-1988) .... Graphician, Swapper
Goose   (ex) .... Coder, Cracker
H.O   (ex) (2/8-1987 -> 23/8-1987) .... (unknown function)
Iron   (ex) (2-1988 -> ) .... Coder, Graphician, Swapper
Mad Madoc   (ex) (1987 -> 1988) .... Coder
Madmax   (ex) ( -> 1989) .... Coder, Swapper
Merlin   (ex) .... Coder
Mr. Crowley   (ex) (1988 -> 1989) .... Graphician, Coder, Swapper, Musician
Overmind   (ex) .... Graphician
Phoenix   (ex) .... Graphician, Musician
Powerslave   (ex) (1988 -> 1989) .... Coder, Graphician, Swapper
Psycho   (ex) .... Musician
Runway   (ex) (1989 -> 1989) .... Coder, Graphician, Swapper
Shape   (ex) ( -> 1989) .... Coder, Logo Graphician
Spirit   (ex) (1987 -> 1988) .... Coder
The Hawk   (ex) .... Coder
The Wraith   (ex) .... Coder
Tony   (ex) .... (unknown function)
Treax   (ex) (1-1989 -> 1989) .... Coder, Graphician
Wardog   (ex) (1987 -> ) .... Coder, Graphician, Swapper
Xaim   (ex) (1989 -> 1989) .... Coder, Graphician, Swapper
Zonzo   (ex) .... Musician
Zyron   (ex) .... (unknown function)
Zzmash   (ex) .... (unknown function)

Releases : (60)
DownloadOldschool 3 ... 2011 One-File Demo
DownloadOldschool 1 ... 2011 One-File Demo
DownloadOldschool 2 ... 2011 One-File Demo
DownloadTomorrows Mirror ... 1989 Demo(#4 C64 Demo at Horizon & Equinoxe 1989)
DownloadWeird Limits ... 1989 Demo
DownloadCo(Yote)Sinus ... 1989 Tool
DownloadLimits of Tomorrow ... 1989 Demo(Released at Tronix Tibro Meeting 2)
DownloadIt Just Doesn't Make Sense ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadMega Blast ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadBlasting Power ... 1989 Demo
DownloadCarlsberg ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadIkari dmo1 ... 1989 Fake Demo
DownloadIkari dmo2 ... 1989 Fake Demo
DownloadNo Limits at All ... 1989 Demo
DownloadThe Lost One ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadUtopia ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadThe Day After Tomorrow ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadNice Pussy ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadHotshot ... 1988 Demo(Released at Tronix Tibro Meeting)
DownloadRape Her ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadGo Ahead ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadSmashing Down ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadGo to Fuck ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadOverload ... 1988 Demo
DownloadTomorrow Was Here ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadTomorrow Is Here ... 1988 One-File Demo(Released at Rebels/Agile Copy Party 1988)
DownloadMetal Face ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadHeros of To-morrow ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadThe Judgement ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadCool Salutes ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadOver the Top ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadTask-F ... 1988 Crack
DownloadMetal Demo 1 ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadTwice Cool ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadAmazing Times ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadI'm Still Alive ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadAlice Cooper ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadCo-op Demo ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadFucking ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadLocal! ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadLogos of 88 ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadMagnificent ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadMega Tractor ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadOverpower ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadProud ... 1988 Music
DownloadSpecial! ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadStryper ... 1988 Music
DownloadTopshit ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadTraz Professional +H ... 1988 Crack
DownloadWithout Name ... 1988 One-File Demo
DownloadGarfield ... 1987 Crack
DownloadCosmic Causeway ... 1987 Crack
DownloadThe Real Crew ... 1987 One-File Demo
DownloadSuper Sprint ... 1987 Crack
DownloadMega Demo ... 1987 One-File Demo
Download14 ... 1987 One-File Demo
DownloadAce 2 ... 1987 Crack
DownloadThe Dark Shadow ... 1987 One-File Demo
DownloadMagicians ... 1987 One-File Demo
DownloadNightmares ... 1987 One-File Demo

Organizer of :
Tronix Tibro Meeting 2 ... 1989  (Sweden)
Tronix Tibro Meeting ... 1988  (Sweden)

User Comment
Submitted by Powerslave on 5 December 2006
I and Mr Crowley joined 1988. Released 'Hotshot' - a breakthrough. Tronix was started up on Amiga again around -92. Some releases was done. New member "Olle" was awesome. I have a lot to tell about Tronix...

User Comment
Submitted by mad madoc on 3 December 2006
One more thing, I think El Diablo and Acacia was in from the start. Wardog was definitely with as well, maybe Diode as well, but the rest probably came after I left. The Kalix guys were really good, not the average coder, but something extra.

The reasons I left was 1. Girls 2. Girls 3. Girls. Probably school played it's part as well, but these reasons were really important... :)

User Comment
Submitted by mad madoc on 3 December 2006
I was in Tronix from 1987. I was in the startup of this group together with the guys from Kalix, Sweden, and remained for maybe a year or so. There were some other guys in from the start as well, from Blekinge in Sweden, but for some stupid reason we kicked them out. I don't know why because they were good guys. It was just a plain stupid teeange thing.
I made a couple of demos together will Albatross, who was also a coder/graphic artist.
I took a couple of names, Mad Madoc was one, Spin and Lynx were other names. I went on to the Atarti ST scene and joinded TLT.
Just called Albatross and he said he kept all the C64 floppies, I'll add our stuff when I get the chance.

User Comment
Submitted by rix on 22 August 2005
He,he... Those were the days when the group was founded. ;)
Does anyone have the full history?
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