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Claims he was the first to open the side border in Sodan's Letter I although 1001 Crew has also been credited for this historic event in Border Letter I

Claims he was the first to open the upper/lower border. Sodan's border sprites appeared in the intro to his game Crackers Revenge from 1985, but it was already done by Flash Cracking Group a few weeks earlier in the Flash XI demo.
He has apparently only made one demo - "Tech Tech" for Amiga from 1987, which he claims was the first mega demo (multiple parts) ever. Among other things the tech-tech effect was invented in this demo.

He programmed the games Cyborg and The Vikings on the C64 and also designed Sword of Sodan and Datastorm for the Amiga.

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DownloadSin(X) ... 1986 One-File Demo

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DownloadSin(X) by Freakomaniac ...  1986 One-File Demo  (Code, Text)
DownloadOmikron #1 by Omikron ...  1986 One-File Demo  (Code, Text)

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