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Born to Win   [1987]

Born to Win Released by :
Euratom, New Edition

Release Date :
June 1987

Type :
C64 One-File Demo

Euratomintro 1

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Credits :
Code .... Gaddafi
  Harold of Euratom
Music .... Extermer of Euratom
Graphics .... Gordon of Euratom
Linking .... Gordon of Euratom

SIDs used in this release :
Amiga Sound(/MUSICIANS/V/Vaca_Ramiro/Amiga_Sound.sid)
Euratom Intro(/MUSICIANS/V/Vaca_Ramiro/Euratom_Intro.sid)
Hear It!(/MUSICIANS/V/Vaca_Ramiro/Hear_It.sid)

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http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/10275/new_edition_-_born_to_win.d64.gz (downloads: 735)

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User Comment
Submitted by Zyron on 2 July 2006
Judging from the way credits are written in most of the Euratom-demos I've seen I'd say it was 3 persons; A coder called Harold, a grafician called Gordon & the musician Extermer.
User Comment
Submitted by H.O on 30 October 2005
I'm fairly certain that Euratom was only one person, at least at the time when MCG split up (and some of the members forming Paramount instead). There is a note detailing what happened with its members, and from the text in this note it sounds like Euratom was one person.

I havent been able to find the note yet though; I am fairly certain I have it on one of my disks, but I havent been able to locate it.
User Comment
Submitted by tlr on 28 October 2005
The scroll text of the last part implies that Euratom is really a group that consists of several people. Euratom is then a subgroup of New Edition.
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