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Ikari [fake rebuild]   

Founded in :
November 1993

Dissolved in :
February 1994

Trivia :
This was a fake rebuild by Hunter of Octagon and Master S of Equinoxe in 1993, trying to ride on Ikari's legacy.

The cracks credited to Just Ice, of real Ikari fame, should not be credited to him as he was most certainly NOT member of the fake Ikari rebuild. His name was only used to create some kind of fake credibility to the group. Bigfoot created a lot of fake stuff before leaving the scene. Excell is another example.

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All Members :
Bigfoot   (ex) (11-1993 -> 2-1994) .... Cracker
Excell   (ex) (1993 -> ) .... Cracker
Hunter   (ex) (10-1993 -> 2-1994) .... (unknown function)
Just Ice   (ex) (1993 -> ) .... Cracker
Master S   (ex) (11-1993 -> 1-1994) .... (unknown function)

Releases : (13)
DownloadExplosiv #3 ... 1994 DiskmagN/A
DownloadExplosiv #3 ... 1994 DiskmagN/A
DownloadOstfriesland Games ... 1993 CrackN/A
DownloadCorruption #15 ... 1993 DiskmagN/A
DownloadDisc-o-Very ... 1993 CrackN/A
Django ... 1993 CrackN/A
DownloadDjango ... 1993 Crack (Import)N/A
Firepit ... 1993 CrackN/A
DownloadFirepit ... 1993 Crack (NTSC fixed)N/A
DownloadBall Land ... 1993 CrackN/A
DownloadBattleship ... 1993 CrackN/A
DownloadMamba Returns ... 1993 Misc.N/A
DownloadSaliva Kid Preview ... 1993 CrackN/A

User Comment
Submitted by Rough on 13 October 2010
Recently read that Corruption edition. What a load of crap. I heard they convinced Just Ice to join in that fake Ikari. Or was this just propaganda?

User Comment
Submitted by Stainless Steel on 25 June 2009
Geez, this Hunter guy must have been really desperate.
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