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Sonki    (May 1987 - ??)

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Currently member of :
C64 Club Berlin (4-2015 -> ) [web], Special Software Service (1987 -> )
Functions :
Coder, Graphician, Musician
Founder of :
Special Software Service

Handlestory :
Zong Hoa (korean name) was too hard to pronounce by the schoolkids, so they called me Sonki. I was born in Berlin-Charlottenburg (West Berlin those days)

Trivia :
At the shop A-Z Elektronik in Berlin I bought my first C64 for 350 DM. Since I was a kid with 16 years, I needed to ask my parents in order to buy my own computer. The 1541 was more expensive, around 400 DM. The Phonemark Datasette (1530 clone) was available for only 30 DM.

Country :
Germany

Credits :
DownloadSYS4000 by C64 Club Berlin ...  2016 Music  (Music)
DownloadWallbreaker ...  1989 One-File Demo  (Music, Graphics, Linking, Concept)
DownloadSpecial Race by Special Software Service ...  1989 Game  (Code, Idea)
DownloadZahlenraten II by Special Software Service ...  1988 Game  (Music, Graphics)
DownloadMaster Mind by Special Software Service ...  1988 Game  (Code, Music)

Attended :
BCC Party #10

User ratings :  
As Coder:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)
As Graphician:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)
As Musician:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)
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