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Metaloid   (MTL)


Founded in :
February 1988

Dissolved in :
20 February 1988

Base Country :
United Kingdom

Trivia :
Metaloid dissolved in 1988 over some internal disagreement and renamed to Pulsar. /Hex

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

All Members :
Ian   (ex) ( -> 20/2-1988) .... Coder
Mik   (ex) ( -> 20/2-1988) .... Cracker
Mike/MTL   (ex) ( -> 20/2-1988) .... Cracker, Swapper

Releases : (6)
DownloadBattle Valley +2 ... 1988 Crack
DownloadDan Dare II ... 1988 Crack
DownloadFirefly ... 1988 Crack
DownloadFrightmare ... 1988 Crack
DownloadRockford +2 ... 1988 Crack
DownloadTime Cruncher V3.1 ... 1988 Tool

User Comment
Submitted by Knight Rider on 13 April 2018
See Frightmare

this is the last time you will here from us because of a dispute over the nomenclature of our newly founded group so now all metaloid fans turn yer greets to 'pulsar'

User Comment
Submitted by Knight Rider on 13 April 2018
I am not so sure about the 'trivia'. See my scrolltext from 21st Feb 1988 Battle Valley +2

all metaloid contacts ... change your greets to 'pulsar' as i presumed that metaloid was a good name & the others could not decide on a name so i made their decision for them !!
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