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Venlo Meeting March 1989

Event Type :
Copy Party

Dates :
18 March 1989

Place :
Netherlands

Productions released outside compos :
Air Dance 99% by The Ancient Temple (One-File Demo)
Argon Grew Up by Argon (One-File Demo)
Audial Revolution Music Editor by Audial Revolution (Tool)
Blob '89 by Squadron (One-File Demo)
Eliminator by Druids/The Devils (Crack)
Espionage by Aidon (Crack)
First Demo on Little C64 by Starlight (One-File Demo)
Game Pics by Actual Trading Generation (Graphics Collection)
Intro Preview no.2 by Genesis Project (Intro)
Occasion by Falcon (One-File Demo)
Out by Frantic (Crack)
Party Vector by The Ancient Temple (One-File Demo)
Safety First by Actual Trading Generation (One-File Demo)
Suck It by The Ruling Company (One-File Demo)
Synoptic by Dust (Demo)
What You by Aidon (One-File Demo)
Where's the Border by Array (One-File Demo)
Yolk 100% by Level 99 (Demo)

Attendants : (11)
Derek B., Marching, RSS, Scorpie, Sky, Stringfellow, The Flying Dutchman, The Human Code Machine, The Mysterious Fighter, TJ Lazer, Zeron

Releases containing information on this event :
Venlo News  Describes the Array-members attending the party

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