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Anarchy Subsystems Unlimited   (ASU)

- Can we go home now?

AKA:
Abbreviations are Stupid and Unnecessary

Founded by :
Brozzmo & Scanner in 1991

Group Type :
Demo Group

Base Country :
United States

Trivia :
The group went through various names before settling on ASU. There were jokes that it stood for backwards America, or "Abbreviations are Stupid and Unnecessary," but it didn't actually stand for anything. Evidently, the group backronym'ed it as "Anarchy Subsystems Unlimited" somewhere around 1995.

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

All Members :
Grubby   (inactive) .... Coder, Graphician, Musician
Scanner   (inactive) .... Graphician
Brozzmo   (ex) .... Coder, Graphician, Organizer
Bruce Travers   (ex) (1994 -> ) .... Sysop
Dreamweaver   (ex) (9-1992 -> 2-1993) .... Swapper, Sysop, Modem Trader
Kenny   (ex) (1993 -> 1996) .... Graphician
Rebel   (ex) (1993 -> 1996) .... Coder
Uzzy   (ex) (1-1992 -> 3-1993) .... Graphician

BBS's :
Trinity (HQ)
NorthLink (Support)

Releases : (7)
DownloadLame ... 1995 Misc.
DownloadRest ... 1994 Misc.
Codestrike ... 1993 Demo
Don't Eat the Snow ... 1993 One-File Demo
Back Atcha ... 1993 One-File Demo
Retaliation ... 1993 One-File Demo
Again ... 1991 Intro

User Comment
Submitted by Matt on 17 January 2016
Could somebody upload those missing demos please?

User Comment
Submitted by Rough on 17 January 2008
Reminds me of a favourite band of mine SFA (Stands For Anything)
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