Sierra Adventure Games

From: Paul Berger <>
Date: Tue Feb 4 23:40:00 2003

On Sun, 2003-02-02 at 14:46, Tomer Gabel wrote:
> Regardless the phenomenon was indeed not widespread in the US; the major
> demo groups were Hornet (Jim Leonard a.k.a Trixter of Hornet later went on
> to form, and and
> Reinnaisance (sp? some members went on to program or do music for games).

I was too old to get involved much with the "demo scene" although the
local computer club we did do stuff like demos back in the late 70's
early 80's before computers became mainstream.

Kenny Chow (CC Catch) of Renissance went on to make game music for Epic
Mega games. I don't know of any recent projects he has done though.
Several better trackers from the early 90s went on to do lots of game

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