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Tone
16 years ago

loki, i think dr. mabuse from d.o.c. and dr. mabuse from afl/cracker journal were two persons. maybe that’s the mistake

Loki
16 years ago

: This piece was coded by DOC
and I had it in front of Popolus which is
dated late 89s …

newton
newton
16 years ago

.. i don’t think this intro is as early as you date it. Having the sinusscroller rotate too was something i think i saw for the first time in a silents or rebels product from Alta. Way later than 1989, and certainly later than when D.O.C stopped.

Subzero
16 years ago

yeah, and i was often by him, to give originals, or just having fun, therefor iam sure he comes from cologne, so do i!..

Loki
16 years ago

hhmm i was quite sure .. but as said :crazy
we have never dealt with VF guys in person …
but sure I remember that our main coder admired Marco’s Cracks 😉

Subzero
16 years ago

Loki: Marco polo doesnt came from kiel…he comes from cologne… just to get that right! …

janer 1
janer 1
16 years ago

love this sine scroller.. and also this "sound" 🙂

Tone
16 years ago

mnemotron was in silicon league in 1987/1988. afterwards he joined black division/black monks.

for silicon league he coded intros (mission andromeda, shit game, nice sinescrole intro with dave whittaker music). i remember ram hunter, who was their spreader and organizer.

i think twoflower is right and there is a mistake in exotica with mnemos membership in d.o.c.

Loki
16 years ago

Hey Twoflower Nice someone remembers the old days 😉 Haha … AFL, Sabine & co … lol My AFL comment was related to the Cracker Journal, as Docter Mabuse was one of its (or its) main editor at that time … Mnemotron was a member of Black Monks in 1989 before he joined Spreadpoint. (But as far as i know, he have been in several groups also at the same time) With Kiel you probably mean Marco Polo (one of the greatest crackers at that time) … It s a pitty to have such less sources to relate on …… Read more »

Subzero (SSR/SR)
Subzero (SSR/SR)
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5 years ago

StingRay
StingRay
16 years ago

Hmm, yeah, for some reason it just gives me white screen only as well now. M9 what have you done? You has stealed the intro. 🙁 😛

eddy
16 years ago

blank screen here 🙁

twoflower
twoflower
16 years ago

Dear Loki, D.O.C became inactive after P.E.N.I.S 3 – They have not been active after 1989. Unknown started professional work (Dynablaster) after his Suundtracker expierience and he released later a Demo for D-Tect (very similar style to the D.O.C. Muzakdisk with the Vector analyser). Mnemotron is offically listed in the History of Exotica: http://www.exotica.org.uk/info/scenery/online/d.html as Member of DOC, but I think he was from Spreadpoint. For sure, I can?t remember what they did in Kiel with the guys from Vision Factory, who lived in Kiel as well (Kevin and ???). At least, I don?t think that anyone from DOC joint… Read more »

joblack
joblack
16 years ago

doesn?t seem to work on my machine

axis_cascade
axis_cascade
16 years ago

sinus is hard to read !

MacGyver
16 years ago

I remember this intro (with another font?) from Bullsfrohs Populous! Discreet style with an famous soundeffect (1 sample, 2 tracks, playerd in parallel with millisec. distance) – RULEZ! :yes

StingRay
StingRay
16 years ago

So do I. 🙂

mr.spiv
16 years ago

Love the sinus scroller :love

Loki
16 years ago

The first VF intro which used a sine scrolly …
Many would follow … Must be also one of their first cracktros at all
Probably middle 1989 when D.O.C (Doctor Mabuse Crackings) was still alive as they soon left the scene afterwards or joined Alpha Flight …
(hope I remember right)

Vision Factory … One of the greatest Teams
always liked them a lot

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