Remember was a German-based c64 cracking group, dedicated to releasing old games in new, 'definitive' versions. They were formed in early (likely january or february) 1997 by Jack Alien and Hok. The first release was Stormbringer in february. Some information from their homepage, called 'Immortal Antiques'.
Intruder was a member from at least april, and he and the two founders were the only three members at least up to august 1997. The group started promoting the German bbs The Dragon's Tower in their intros in september and october, then the advertising stopped. A fourth member was admitted in october, when English supplier Derbyshire Ram (also in F4CG) joined. The group was further strengthened during the final days of november, when Dodger and Fatman joined from Dytec. Derbyshire Ram changed his second group in november of december, from F4CG to Alpha Flight 1970. Derbyshire Ram, who had previously only supplied originals for the group, contributed his first crack in december. Fatman also started contributing originals in december.
The january 1998 release Mega-Apocalypse listed Dodger, Fatman, Intruder, Derbyshire Ram, Jack Alien and Hok as active members. Fatman and Dodger were new members, but Dodger did not stay for long and left within a few months. Manik joined from Laxity and Thorn joined from Avantgarde in july, and Thorn debuted with his first crack for the group in august. The first ever Remember meeting was arranged on the 30th of august. L'Trimm appears to have been added to the memberlist in september, without any additional announcement. Another new advent in september was the first announcement of their homepage "Immortal Antiques", with release #136, "Leviathan". L'Trimm's joining was announced in october. Another member was recruited in december; american cracker and fixer Fungus.
Fungus debuted as cracker for the group in january 1999. Thorn and Manik disappeared from the memberlist some time between january and march this year, while Walker appeared sometime between march and april.
The march 2000 release 10th Frame featured a full member list, revealing that Rough was a new arrival.
On december 3rd 2001, the following was posted on c64.sk under the heading Remember releases #264-268; "Ok, one day delay but here they are, go and leech: Desert Fox, Kings of the Beach, Bruce Lee, Mancopter and Samurai Warrior. Re-release is H.E.R.O. (level 20 was corrupt, release number 148)." December 3rd 2001 (Jack Alien)"
On may 6th, 2002 Jack Alien posted on the Lemon64 forums about new releases being ready; re-releases of Exploding Fist 2 and Crystals of Zong (bugs removed), plus new releases of Space Harrier, Space Harrier 2, Terra Cognita, Cylu, Rollaround, Card Sharks, Alleykat, First Strike, Pac-Land, Law of the West, Turmoil and Encounter. The july batch of releases were numbered 291-299, and were Sidewalk +3, Mountain Bike Racer +5H, Anarchy +5H, Parallax +9H, U.F.O. +10, Spelunker +6, 3D Pool, Atomino +4P and Star Maze +5H. Swedish Icon joined in september of 2002, and will be hosting the Remember website and supply games for the group. On december 7th, Jack Alien posted on the Lemon64 forums about another batch of new releases numbered 300-318; The Castles Of Doctor Creep, Cliff Hanger, The Train, S.W.A.T., Jr. Pac-Man, Indy Heat, Hollywood Poker Pro, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Iball, Iball II, Aftermath, Tomcat, Silk Worm, Hellfire, One Man And His Droid, Starquake, Psycho Pigs UXB, Tales Of The Arabian Nights and Omega Race plus re-releases of White Viper (056) and Bubble Bobble (161).
On march 3rd, 2003 Jack Alien posted about a new batch of releases on the lemon64 forums; new releases of The Running Man, Phobia, Smash TV, Mini-Golf (Magic Bytes), Mini Golf (Capcom), Snokie, Moon Buggy, Gemini Wing and Dark Tower (release numbers (319-327) plus re-releases of Barbarian II (release number 098, titlemusic from tape-version was missing) and Tales Of The Arabian Nights (release number 317, with a titlepic from another tape original). On june 13th, release numbers 328 - 332 were announced; Cobra (Stallone) +4&FIX, Rodland +7&FIX, Firetrap +6&FIX, Adventure Creator +7 and The Human Race +6&FIX, plus re-releases of Buggy Boy (042, some more bugfixes and 2 trainers) and Wizball (078, features an highscoresaver and 12 trainers). It would take until november 16th until the next batch, release number 333-343 were Tapper, After Burner (USA), Z (aka Z-Pilot!), Mr.Robot, Hungry Horace, Jumpman, Jumpman Junior, Andy Capp, Dragonhawk, Slimey’s Mine and Wild Ride along with re-releases of Green Beret, International Karate, Road Runner and The Goonies.
On march 15th 2004, Jack Alien announced releases 344-349; Thundercross +1&Hi, Sorcery +3&Hi, Powerboat USA (aka Heatwave) +6, Cool Croc Twins +5P&Hi&Fix, Gremlins - The Adventure and Dogfight 2187 +4&Fix, plus a re-release of Encounter +3 (290, works Pal/Ntsc now, game crashed on NTSC because of a protection against NTSC machines). A july crack (released as part of the november pack) listed Hok, Icon, DanDee, Fatman, Intruder, Jack Alien and Derbyshire Ram as active members. On november 29th Jack Alien announced on the Lemon64 forums release numbers 350-361; Dropzone +10 & Highscoresaver, Volfied +9 & Highscoresaver, Mr. Do +5, Mr. Do's Castle +4, Pac-Man +3, Thomas The Tank Engine +6 & Highscoresaver, Zynaps +7H, Eagle Empire +6, Zoom +10 Cheat & Highscoresaver, Proof Of Destruction +4 & Highscoresaver, Bubble Ghost +5 & Highscoresaver and Petch +4 & Highscoresaver - in additions to re-releases of The Untouchables +7 & Highscoresaver (144, installed one more trainer, some bugs got removed and got Pal/Ntsc fixed) and Armalyte +7 & Highscoresaver (176, removed two more bugs and installed some improvements).
On october 24th, 2005 Jack Alien posted news of new releases after an 11 month delay on c64.sk; Mike Read’s Computer Pop Quiz, Thunderbirds, Popeye, Rescue On Fractalus, Mission Elevator, Slamball, Trolls And Tribulations and Choplifter were new versions (release 362-369), plus they released revised versions of Wonderboy (release 127, bugs removed and installed more trainers) and Pinball Spectacular (release number 181, old version bugged and installed more trainers).
On january 19th, 2006 Jack Alien posted on c64.sk about 4 new releases; G.I. Joe, Aliens - The Computer Game, Blue Angel 69 and Artillery Duel (release number 370-373), plus a re-release of Yie Ar Kung-Fu (release number 93, installed 1 more trainer and removed some bugs).
On november 8th 2008, Jack Alien posted on c64.sk about new releases of Archipelago, Gaplus, Blueprint and Amazon Warrior (release 374-377), plus re-releases of The Master Of Magic (release number 15, some bugs removed) and Calfornia Games (release number 125, onesided and a sound bug removed). In addition, they had made a non-numbered version of Micro Painter.
August 29th, 2009 Jack Alien posted on c64.sk about new releases of Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles - The Coin-op (release number 378), World Games (release number 379), Aliens (Electric Dreams) (release number 380), LeMans (release number 381) and Gumshoe (release number 382).
The group was seemingly disbanded (at least on csdb) on december 3rd, 2011.