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King R.A.T    (?? - 1990)

Ex member of :
Rubidium (1988 -> 1990), Skull Posse Developments (1989 -> 1990), The Mosh Masters (1988 -> 1990)
Functions :
Co-Organizer, Coder, Graphician, Logo Graphician
Founder of :
Skull Posse Developments, Rubidium

Trivia :
Me and Russ were also members of Airwolf-Team (remember the Airwolf intro Russ/Ironfist made?). We used the nicks Cloak & Dagger and made a few releases - then the guys from the group shifted from cracks. It was only something we did whilst waiting for EBES to take off.

Currently I'm leeching off all the C64 sites and sorting through them - so if you run a FTP/HTTP site and see someones raping your bandwidth - that'll more than likely be me.

Last year I found out I had Aspergers Syndrome which will - if you Google the symptoms - explain why I was completely nuts. I still am. Ah well.

Lastly, to my knowledge, i'm the only person to have ever written a demo using all 3 interrupts. People claim that impossible, but if you end an NMI with "and #$00, tay, tax, brk" - work it out ;)

Yup - forgot the TeKLord of PoWerAge too - some of the files for that nick are found at https://web.archive.org/web/20091027033635/http://geocities.com.. ... including the incomplete "Penguin Towers" and Level Editor I knocked up for it.
When I wrote the "I got bored" demo, I made the plasma part first as i'd seen many and coded it different (cant remember THAT far back - it's like nearly 10 years or something!). Then I made that Picture (from Paul Kubiszyn) with music by Wanderer as the depacker thingy to show off more. The LevelCruncher thingy - set the steps to $ff and pack with it - a few times it's beaten AB level Cruncher and I'm still waiting for FXJ to pay up ;)

In 1994 he was part of a debacle described in About Warlock, where it is stated that he had stolen a loader game from Ocean or Mastertronic, and delivered it to Laser who release it as Mini Munch +. Uzzy of Entropy, a friend of the coder of the game, was obviously furious.

In 1995 ASL/Ewen stated that he was in/had taken over Genesis Project UK, and some releases exist where he borrowed old G*P graphics from Scope. He even states in A Lesson in Psychology that he is the only coder left in G*P, and that he "also have to run the archives, design projects and finance the network". He was however never a member of G*P. See reference in G*P:s production We Are Dead from 1995.

According to The C64 Powerdisk #3 he quit the scene in 1995.

Other handles used by this scener :(Display all info for all handles)
Warlock Arkhinos Ratazmus(Currently used handle)
The Diamond Studd
Ewen Gillies

Country :
United Kingdom

Credits :
DownloadRB Util Disk #2 by Rubidium ...  1990 Tool Collection  (Code, Idea)
DownloadMicrowraith V1.2 by The Mosh Masters ...  1990 Tool  (Code, Idea)
DownloadRubidium Intro Maker 2 by Rubidium, Skull Posse Developments ...  1990 Tool  (Code)
DownloadFarewell Life by Rubidium ...  1990 One-File Demo  (Code, Music, Graphics, Text)
DownloadThe Romaon Sample by Rubidium ...  1990 Music  (Code, Text, Sampling)
DownloadMission Is Go Sample 2 by Skull Posse Developments ...  1990 Music  (Sampling)
DownloadMission Is Go Sample by Skull Posse Developments ...  1990 Music  (Sampling)
DownloadLoud Zax #02 by Rubidium ...  1989 Music  (Ripping)
DownloadSpeak English or Die! by Rubidium ...  1989 Demo  (Code, Graphics, Text, Ripping)
DownloadSimplistic by Rubidium ...  1989 One-File Demo  (Code)
DownloadPower Demo by The Mosh Masters ...  1989 One-File Demo  (Code, Graphics, Ripping)
DownloadOn Me Todd by Rubidium ...  1989 One-File Demo  (Code, Music, Graphics, Idea, Text)
DownloadStar-Cruncher V1.2 by Rubidium ...  1989 Tool  (Code, Idea)
DownloadRat-Pack V1 by Skull Posse Developments ...  1989 Tool  (Code, Idea)
DownloadRubidium Intro Maker 1 by Rubidium, Skull Posse Developments ...  1989 Tool  (Code, Design, Text, Charset)
DownloadArmalyte Level-Packer 1 by Skull Posse Developments ...  1989 Tool  (Code)
DownloadFast Disk Scratcher V1 by Rubidium ...  1989 Tool  (Code)
DownloadRB Mega-Packer V1.0 by Rubidium ...  1989 Tool  (Code)
DownloadLoud Zax #01 by Rubidium ...  1989 Music  (Ripping)
DownloadLoud Zax #03 by Rubidium ...  1989 Music  (Ripping)
DownloadA&B Intro by The Mosh Masters ...  1988 Intro  (Code)
DownloadF.L.I.X by The Mosh Masters ...  1988 Misc.  (Code)
DownloadSavage Rip Demo by The Mosh Masters ...  1988 Music  (Code, Text, Ripping)
DownloadMy Death by The Mosh Masters ...  1988 One-File Demo  (Code, Graphics, Idea, Text, Ripping)
DownloadThe Curse of Sherwood + by Rubidium ...  ???? Crack  (Crack, Trainer)
DownloadThe Derbyshire-Ram 3 Second Disk Wiper by Skull Posse Developments ...  ???? Tool  (Code)

Attended :
PCW Show 1989

User ratings :  
As Co-Organizer:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)
As Coder:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)
As Graphician:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)
As Logo Graphician:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)
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