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Lee    (?? - November 1988)

Ex member of :
Formby Cracking Group ( -> 2-1988), Laser, Pulsar [web], Scouse Cracking Group (8-1987 -> 10-1988)
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Trivia :
Lee is credited as being a coder in some releases, but it's not true. He could not code.

Lee was active in the C64, Atari ST & Amiga trading scenes. Additionally he was very active in VHS too. Lee was the only modem trader I personally met.

Lee was an apprentice (electrician I think) in the late 1980's and earned a 'wage', we were all still at school so generally could not afford to buy many games - but he could. We would often hang about in computer shops in Central station & Lime Street in Liverpool. Lee was well known there by all the staff, and often had a "special arrangement" with the staff whereby games were removed from the store and returned the same day often without payment. They would be distributed later with SCG intros on.

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Trans X(Currently used handle)

Country :
United Kingdom

Credits :
DownloadBody Slam by Hellraiser, Mayhem, Scouse Cracking Group ...  1988 Crack  (Crack)
DownloadBody Slam by Mayhem, Scouse Cracking Group ...  1988 Crack  (Crack)
DownloadBody Slam by Scouse Cracking Group ...  1988 Crack  (Crack)
DownloadRygar by Scouse Cracking Group ...  1987 Crack  (Crack)
DownloadAction Force by Scouse Cracking Group ...  1987 Crack  (Crack)

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