by Orlando of Brainstorm
Here is a riddle for you computer freaks. The solution of it is on the disk. (file is called 'solution')
1.) You certainly know some slogans from famous (?) groups. Find out which slogan is from which group. ??? Stands for the name, you have to fill in.
-???, when words are not enough.
-The fucking best ???
-The sacred ???
-Cracked by the very best...???
-???, generations ahead.
-Don't stop at the top, feel the power, feel ??? before you drop.
-Competition is none!
2.) Are you a demo freak. Well if yes, then you should know from which group the following demos are :
-Vector beast demo
-Bobs in space
-The wooow demo
3.) Do you like music on the amiga. If yes, then you should know from which guys the following tunes are
-Rtype - Title song
4.) You also know something about games, then decide, from which firms the following games are.
-Ghouls and ghosts
-It came from the desert
-Chaos strikes back
5.) If you are a very well informated Amiga user, then you should know from which countries the following magazines are :
-Computer and video games
6.) Now some questions about some record names from music groups : You should know a few of them, if you read the record tests in the last issues.
a) Heavy metal
-Killing is my business, and business is good
-Master of Puppets
-So far, so good, so what
-The number of the beast
-If you want blood
-Peace sells, but who's buying...
-Brothers in arms
-Delicate sound of thunder
7.) Brainstorm internal questions
-Where do we live (country) ?
-What are the names of the founders of this crew ?
-who coded the 3 bootmenus for the brainstorm compiles?
-Who coded this magazine?
-What is the name of our vector gfx coder?
-What is the name of our one and only german member?
-Can you write in the WOM of the A1000?
-Where is the Kickstart placed ?
-How many hardware sprites has the Amiga?
-Is there a final KickV1.4 version?
-How many bytes takes the sourcecode of the Zine?
-What address has the bplcon0 register?
Thanks for beeing so interrested...
This article originally appeared in the Amiga diskmagazine "Zine #4" by Brainstorm 1990.
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