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Metal Force #2   [1995]

Metal Force #2 Released by :
Airwolf-Team

Release Date :
14 January 1995

Type :
C64 Diskmag

AKA :
MF 2, MF2, MF #2

User rating:**********  9.8/10 (8 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Courage of Airwolf-Team
  LightSide of Airwolf-Team
  Mr. Lee of Airwolf-Team
  ThunderBlade of Airwolf-Team
Music .... Andy
  Arne of Alpha Flight
  Bart of Collision
  Bleed Into One
  Brian of Graffity, The Imperium Arts
  Eye
  Guy Shavitt
  Hayes of Quality, Sidbusters
  Jens Blidon
  MHD of Airwolf-Team
  Michael Hendriks
  Quasi of Nipson
  Shogoon of Agony Design, Taboo
  Slide of House Designs
  Yaemon
Graphics .... LightSide of Airwolf-Team
  Manfred Trenz
  Steve Rowlands
  Zeldin of Airwolf-Team
Idea .... Courage of Airwolf-Team
  LightSide of Airwolf-Team
  Mr. Lee of Airwolf-Team
  ThunderBlade of Airwolf-Team
Text .... Gonzo of Airwolf-Team, Digital Talk
  Ironfist
  LightSide of Airwolf-Team
  Mr. Lee of Airwolf-Team
  Simple of Raiders of the Lost Empire
  ThunderBlade of Airwolf-Team
Charset .... LightSide of Airwolf-Team
  ThunderBlade of Airwolf-Team
Linking .... ThunderBlade of Airwolf-Team
Concept .... ThunderBlade of Airwolf-Team


SIDs used in this release :
3D Message Maker (tune 07)(/MUSICIANS/F/FAME/Hendriks_Michael/3D_Message_Maker_tune_07.sid)
Ammargedon(/MUSICIANS/M/MHD/Ammargedon.sid)
Animo (tune 2)(/MUSICIANS/S/Slide_Gorissen_Udo/Animo_tune_2.sid)
Attack(/MUSICIANS/K/Kochan_Maciej/Attack.sid)
Coco Intro(/MUSICIANS/M/Mueller_Markus/Coco_Intro.sid)
Digital Sound 1(/MUSICIANS/M/MHD/Digital_Sound_1.sid)
Digital Sound 2(/MUSICIANS/M/MHD/Digital_Sound_2.sid)
Don't Cry(/MUSICIANS/B/Bart/Dont_Cry.sid)
Drop the Pilot!(/MUSICIANS/B/Bleed_Into_One/Drop_the_Pilot.sid)
Echo Hawk(/MUSICIANS/Y/Yaemon/Echo_Hawk.sid)
Galways Music Style(/MUSICIANS/B/Brian/Galways_Music_Style.sid)
Hexagone 6(/MUSICIANS/S/Shavitt_Guy/Hexagone_6.sid)
Intro Zak(/MUSICIANS/B/Brian/Intro_Zak.sid)
It's Done(/MUSICIANS/T/The_Blue_Ninja/Its_Done.sid)
Metal Force(/MUSICIANS/B/Blidon_Jens/Metal_Force.sid)
Network(/MUSICIANS/E/Eye/Network.sid)
Rockzak +1(/MUSICIANS/B/Brian/Rockzak_plus_1.sid)
Shogoon-Rave(/MUSICIANS/S/Shogoon/Shogoon-Rave.sid)
Think Now...(/MUSICIANS/M/Mueller_Markus/Think_Now.sid)
Timeout (loader)(/MUSICIANS/T/The_Blue_Ninja/Timeout_loader.sid)
Xenox's Intro Tune(/MUSICIANS/A/Arne/Xenoxs_Intro_Tune.sid)


Contains information on the following event(s) :
Tribute 1994  Party report in the chapter "Tribute '94 - a report".

Download :
ftp://ftp.scs-trc.net/pub/c64/Magazines/Metal_Force/Metal_Force_02.zip (downloads: 969)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/30231/Metal_Force_02.zip (downloads: 292)

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User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 9 April 2015
Though it's hard to judge a mag released at a time just a few years after I gave all my 8 bit hw away and a decade before I bought extremely much 8 bit stuff again, I think this one's much more than old news. What LightSide says about cracking scene is exactly what the more reasonable sceners would state today.

Stable and reasonably fast performance, clearly designed writer which clearly shows thunderblade being the father of ultra flash and the like tools. Not every single logo might be everybody's favorite, but I didn't detect any real gfx crime. Cool and cuuute intros. Loads of excellent music. All on one disk. What more couldy anybody have asked for in 1995?
User Comment
Submitted by Jak T Rip on 2 August 2013
The three issues of Metal Force are so powerful and carefully crafted that I just have to adore them. The intros are all good fun and the chapters are kind of special, it really feels like a magazine with its own writing style and focus. What I don't like about many other mags is that they are merely a medium where anything from anyone can pour in, which makes them interchangeable. Not so Metal Force!
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 23 January 2011
Sidlist completed
User Comment
Submitted by Jazzcat on 14 January 2009
Yeh, love these animated intros...

one that is similar, but more scene related, is Vandalism News #18. :)
User Comment
Submitted by ThunderBlade on 14 January 2009
I don't see anything bad about the logo. The intro just rules! :-)
User Comment
Submitted by Zeldin on 8 September 2007
I know the guy, who painted the logo... he's a big, big lamer ;-P

Danzig is right... this is one of the worst logos I have ever done. Could tell you how that happened, but I better leave it secret...
User Comment
Submitted by Danzig on 8 September 2007
not the logo *ugly*
User Comment
Submitted by Sledge on 8 September 2007
They sure did it with style...
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