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Toronto Supersoft Express   (TSE)

- Nothing but the very best, from the North, South, East and West.

Group Types :
Cracker Group, Import Group

Base Country :

Trivia :
I have never seen a TSE intro that wasn't written in BASIC!

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

All Members :
Captain Colgate   (ex) .... Sysop
Gerald the Baker   (ex) .... (unknown function)
King Neptune   (ex) .... (unknown function)
Max Webster   (ex) .... (unknown function)

BBS's :
Atlantis ((Unknown))
Creator "The Board" ((Unknown))
Terminal Velocity ((Unknown))

Releases : (9)
DownloadElite ... 1985 Crack
DownloadHardball ... 1985 Crack
DownloadThe Eidolon ... 1985 Crack
DownloadA Fistful of Bucks ... ??? Crack
DownloadBullseye ... ??? Crack
DownloadMoebius ... ??? Crack
DownloadSeas of Blood ... ??? Crack
DownloadSpace-Pilot II ... ??? Crack
DownloadWho Dares Wins II ... ??? Crack

User Comment
Submitted by The Love God on 11 August 2008
A legendary group in Toronto's early scene. They were the subject of a nightly news broadcast story on rampant piracy, complete with a display of a computer screen clearly showing the Toronto Supersoft full screen logo image! (The later two-part intro with the North, South... BASIC scroller, then 2nd part with the map of Toronto carrying their logo). That only made them, and the C64, more popular. Two members of TSE went on to develop the all machine language DarkStar BBS and DarkTerm software as well as the ShareWare ZipCode Utilities. Curious that ZipCode is released since there was nothing in the program to prevent usage of any feature.
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