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Advanced Software Piracy   (ASP)


Founded by :
Streetkiller in 1989

Group Type :
Demo Group

Base Country :
United States

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

All Members :
Craxmaster   (ex) .... (unknown function)
His Majesty   (ex) .... Coder
Ironman   (ex) .... (unknown function)
Mustang   (ex) .... Swapper, Sysop
Phantom Lord   (ex) .... (unknown function)
Radd Maxx   (ex) ( -> 12-1989) .... Graphician, Swapper
Streetkiller   (ex) (1989 -> ) .... Coder, Graphician

BBS's :
Warez Assault ((Unknown))
Atomic Cafe (Support)
Radio-Active (Support)

Releases : (5)
DownloadEnigma ... 1990 One-File Demo
DownloadPrestiege! ... 1990 One-File Demo
DownloadHigh-tech Enterprise ... 1989 One-File Demo
DownloadCCGMS V10.0 ... 1989 BBS software
DownloadAlcon III [seuck] ... 1989 Game

User Comment
Submitted by Radd Maxx on 14 November 2019
I have such vague memories of this time in my life, it wasnt pleasant, so take this with a grain of salt:

Streets created this group with myself, The Hellion and maybe one other guy he met while calling BBSs or who called Street's BBS (Warez Assault I believe was its' name, ran off of a single 1581). That might have been Mustang, who I'm pretty sure I did some modem swapping with. I cant remember anyone else.

Hellion changed his handle but I dont remember to what, he must be one of the other guys up there. He was an excellent coder but not really the creative type.

Streets wanted to kick UltraSoft Pirating Inc. to the curb for good as we were a super-lame "local" freezecracking (mostly) outfit and he was ready to get serious, was meeting higher-ups in the scene, and so forth.

ASP had a rocky start with some shitty releases done out of desperation. I migrated over to the Amiga pretty quickly and that's when Streets started getting serious with demo making, etc. I missed that stuff happening so there are probably other ASP demos out there that are decent but they're going to be damn hard to find. Who knows though, I found that stupid Alcon III thing I did without even trying so anything's possible!

User Comment
Submitted by The Phantom on 29 July 2010
I created 4 of the members to this group, but have no idea on the exact details or functions of these added members.

According to the demo I added, member listing should be...
Streetkiller, Ironman, Craxmaster, His Majesty and Phantom Lord.

2 Phantom Lords are in the base already (1 from Poland and 1 from Germany). So I created a new account, not sure if either were in this group, only Streetkiller knows (or maybe Moloch does since his knowledge is extensive on these things).
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