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The Scanners   (TSC)


Group Types :
Demo Group, Cracker Group

Base Country :
Austria

Trivia :
Memberlist from TSC Partydemo:
Heathcliff, Smash, Alfred H, Curser, Defender, Mike Moreen.

They got local "fame" for stealing an Amiga 500 (and getting cought) on the Lazer & Weird Science Copy Party.


User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

All Members :
Curser   (ex) .... Coder
Dr.Strange   (ex) .... (unknown function)
Heathcliff   (ex) .... Coder, Graphician
Mike Moreen   (ex) .... Coder, Cracker, Graphician
Moskito   (ex) .... (unknown function)

Releases : (8)
DownloadTSC Partydemo ... 1989 One-File Demo(#7 C64 Demo at Lazer & Weird Science Copy Party)
DownloadHeathcliff's August Rankings ... 1989 Charts
DownloadTiger Road +4 ... 1989 Crack
DownloadDesire ... 1989 Demo
DownloadJuly Rankings ... 1989 Charts
DownloadLeaders Logo ... 1989 Graphics
DownloadMenace +3 ... 1988 Crack
DownloadSkate Rock ... ??? Crack

User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 30 September 2018
Only mention of The Scanners in any Sex'n'Crime is in Sex'n'Crime #05 where it is stated that The Scanners ripped demoparts from the LEVEL 99 demo Still - Ruling, only exchanging the logos. Check out their demo TSC Partydemo to see this. The Scanners tries to explain this in Desire.

User Comment
Submitted by Rough on 14 February 2014
The got even more fame by doing a misspelling in a logo, this is mentioned in a Sex 'n' Crime issue.
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