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Alta    (1989 - ??)

Ex member of :
The Electronic Force
Function :

Handlestory :
Created a short unique name, the L and the T are supposed to be copies rotated 180 degrees and the A's are supposed to be mirrored on the vertical axis. Used handle on Favourite #3 before starting coding Amiga demos. This handle could fit in one 8x8 screen character :)

Trivia :
Started programming assembler at age 13 with classmates who founded The Electronic Force, made some demos while in TBLC and Heptagon, was briefly chairman of Kalmar Dator Klubb that organized a demo party in 1987. Moved on to Amiga Scene around 1989/1990 and currently programming videogames.

Other handles used by this scener :(Display all info for all handles)
Zox(1988 - 1988)
Pohlman(1985 - 1989)

Country :
United States

Releases released :
DownloadBDoing + Source ... 2019 Tool
DownloadBDoing Sound Effect Tool ... 2018 Tool
DownloadStep6502 ... 2017 Other Platform C64 Tool

Credits :
DownloadBDoing + Source by Alta ...  2019 Tool  (Code)
DownloadDigital Talk #104 by Digital Talk ...  2018 Diskmag  (Interviewed)
DownloadBDoing Sound Effect Tool by Alta ...  2018 Tool  (Code)
DownloadStep6502 by Alta ...  2017 Other Platform Tool  (Code)
DownloadArvika 1988 by The Electronic Force ...  1988 One-File Demo  (Code, Text)

Attended :
Phenomena & Censor Party 1990
Vortex 42 Computer Meeting

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