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Influx #2   [1989]

Influx #2 Released by :
Influx Staff

Release Date :
July 1989

Type :
C64 Diskmag

AKA :
Influx 7/89, Influx July 1989

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)

Credits :
Music .... Jeroen Tel of Maniacs of Noise
Text .... ><-Man
  Candyman of Fucked Beyond Repair, Intense
  Colormage of North East Crackers, Rage for Order
  Jimmy Z! of Exodus, Rage for Order
  Oahawhool of Fucked Beyond Repair
  Ouija
  Pudwerx of A Touch of Class
  Reverb
  Ronski of Fucked Beyond Repair, Intense
  Speed Demon of The Seventh Sector
  The Hell Hacker of Eagle Soft Incorporated, The Shaolin Monastery
  The Shark of International Network of Chaos, The Eternal Force


SIDs used in this release :
Kinetix(/MUSICIANS/T/Tel_Jeroen/Kinetix.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/34481/Influx - July 1989.zip (downloads: 918)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/100565/Influx_Reader.zip (downloads: 123)

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User Comment
Submitted by Jazzcat on 23 November 2011
Added screenshot and added the Sequential Reader file.
User Comment
Submitted by Tristan on 13 October 2010
This magazine use to contain an "Elite List Of Sceners". When you used the FBR seq reader on certain issues, it would display your color scheme/petscii the way you had it on the boards. I was so proud to have my name on the list.
User Comment
Submitted by Moloch on 16 December 2006
CreaMD - Use a SEQ file viewer.
User Comment
Submitted by CreaMD on 15 December 2006
How to run the magazine,plz? I've switched to NTSC, but it still loads whole file to memory and eventually overwrites vic registers etc. Should I first "unlynx" it or something?
User Comment
Submitted by The Shark-INC on 20 November 2006
This was probably the first NTSC scene disk magazine, and to my suprise I cannot find anyone else out there that has any issues. This comes from my collection, and I likely kept it around because I wrote an article for this issue. I may have more. Influx is a long read but has a treasure of information in there for you scene historians. As you can see, I was part of the Influx staff, but eventually, due to Influx's vote-based rankings and my issues with some FBR members, I quit the magazine. One issue with the voting was that I felt they were "rigged" as Candyman and his staff would poll all FBR members but only ask a few members from other groups. Maybe this was laziness on their part, but they did little to correct the issue after I pointed it out. I think I quit when FBR finished 1st or 2nd when they had 0-1 games released in one month. I think other than the poll system, it was an interesting read each time it came out.
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