by Chester of Brainstorm
From the hardwarehouse CITIZEN will come a new 3.5" diskdrive and disks with 20 MB (!). But the prices for the disks will be of course high.
OVERDRIVE new Swiss team founded out of members of the DIAL COMPUTER CLUB BASLE. (BRS was also founded out of members of this Club in Switzerland).
AQUIN, a new Swiss team who is formed out of members of the DIAL COMPUTER CLUB BASLE, too. They are coding a game.
A new formed group is called SYNERGY.
AMIGA 90 in Cologne / WEST-GERMANY from 9th to 11th of November'90, halls 10 and 12.
TMA left SLIMEBYTE to join PIRANHAS.
SLIMEBYTE (a Swiss group) is now dead.
The CRITTERS are back in business. Ex-members of STAR, TRILOGY and BLACK MONKS joined them: Amiga Freak of TRILOGY, Shadow and Spirit of BLACK MONKS joined them. CRITTERS will soon open a board in Sweden.
ATARI has finnished their TT. At the moment he is not compatible with the ST. Some dates: 640 * 480 until 1280 * 960 pixles, Motorola 68030 (16MHz), 3.5" Diskdrive (1.44MB), 2MB RAM, $3500.- (buuuaaaaargh!)
3 members of TOP and 2 members of TEUTONICS joined The SPECIAL BROTHERS.
X-LARGE joined the swiss crew called The PERFECTS.
CRITTERS Sweden left the CRITTERS. They called now SCANEX. (Look for the interview in this ZINE issue).
CRACKER Journal has stopped cracking!
Rumours pass around that Drucer and Dr. DMA are working on a Mega Demo. Others say that they left SCOOPEX and quit their activities in scene. (Drucer should sold his AMIGA and Dr. Dma should work on a "Good-bye"-demo.)
NEWS-Party in Germany. A legal Party as they say. Date: 8-10 June 1990. Entance: DM 5.- Start: 2:00 PM (till Sunday). Place: JBS (Jugendbildungsstaette), Schoember/Germany. Call Carsten Bob for info: 0 - 7433 - 5950
SETROX canceled their AmiExpo-Party in Basle/Switzerland.
Defjam Germany are now SUPREME.
DOXOS is the new name of ZIGAG. After lot of probs with cops (they organized a party in france which was interrupted by cops...).
HELLASOFT and DGSA are two new french groups.
SUBWAY and SCOOPEX in trainer-cooperation.
This article originally appeared in the Amiga diskmagazine "Zine #5" by Brainstorm 1990.
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