Mann of WIZZCAT has been interviewed by Brainstorm.
A few words about Wizzcat?
-Wizzcat is mainly a finnish group founded in the mid 80's. I however joined the crew only a couple of months ago. There are about ten members and our main activity at the moment is to make own productions (Like demos etc.). Also possibility of starting to code game(s) has been considered, too.
What are your future plans?
-To make it short: To grow even bigger and better.
What do you think about swapping?
-It's an inevitable part of the Amiga scene. That's why c64 became the most successful home computer here and that's why Amiga is doing the same.
What do you think about your local scene?
-Well, I think the Finnish scene is actually very active. There are many really good groups here like X-Men, Accession, Byterapers, Deathstar, Wizzcat!, Freedom Force and so on. The police doesn't really tease us, so the business is getting better all the time. only really bad thing here is the price of long distance calls, which has efficently destroyed most of the attempts to get the modem trading going on.
Does the modem scene affect you?
-Not at the moment, but in the near future, it'll almost certainly do...
Your opinion about copy parties?
-I haven't been cruising around the copy parties that much, but you can't beat the good party can you?
This article originally appeared in the Amiga diskmagazine "Zine #1" by Brainstorm 1989.
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Addresses and other contact information were only valid when this magazine was originally published, in october of 1989.
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