Stellar was a Finnish based Amiga demo group, formed by the previous Finnish section of Equinox in 1992. Their first months featured a number of issues of their pack series Gift of the Gods and Gods of Chaos, as well as a steady stream of minor releases like Perversia (july), Hard To Be God at the Assembly 1992 intro competition (july), We Are Cle(a)ver (august), Peach Boys (october) and finally The First AIDS Kit at the Analogy Hitech Party 1992 in december. Morpheus left the group for Chrome in september. Gator (previously in Addonic) changed his handle to Dwel and joined Alcatraz around october.
The mid june 1993 release of Gift of the Gods 14 announced Xendi was no longer a part of the group, while Frankie had joined up.
1993 started with Dweezil joining from Carillon around february, when that group ceased to exist. Many smaller productions got released during the first half of 1993, like Lintu-Intro, Contemplation, Lipstick and State of the Fart. Burefalos' bbbs Slaughter House went down in july, since the sysop was moving to the usa. At the European Computer Conference 1993 in Sweden in early august, the intro Hands of Pleasure reached 5th in the competition. Their first victory was achieved just a few days later, when Dweezil's intro Bananamen won the 40k intro competition at Assembly 1993! Additionally, Kefeus' Wild Thing reached 7th in the same competition. Finnish graphicians Artifex and Hotshot both joined Complex in august, likely at Assembly. A small production called Gurk Intro - After Assembly 93 was released a small while later. Two more releases were made in 1993; the intro Jamaica and the file-mag Stellar Times 3. At the scene's main event of the year, The Party 1993, Razer's intro Hallucination reached 4th place in the competition.
The first release of 1994 was the design-fixed version of Hallucination, called 2nd Hallucination. The next months were filled with minor releases such as Doop, Chipsie Kings and Times 5 in april, as well as Eurochart 25 Trailer Intro in june. But they were saving the thunder for Assembly 1994 in august, where Nose and Zuikki's demo Mindflow won the demo competition, and Dweezil's intro Darkroom took a third position in the 40k intro competition. This was followed by four months of silence before The Party 1994 in december, when Zuikki and Nose emerged again with the innovative intro Peverly Hills. It finished to a disappointing 7th position despite one of the Amiga's best voxel routines ever.
1995 opened with almost half a year of silence, before Nose, Daeron and Zuikki's Human Excrement was released for the demo competition at Abduction 1995, which it won. The demo was not released at the party, but instead a fixed and renamed version, Toilet, was released a short while later. The same coder-trio returned in august with another demo for the Assembly 1995 competition, Miracles, which finished third in competition. October's Scenario 1995 party brought another demo, Aurora, by new members Juliet & Case. The demo was another success for the group, who won the competition. Juliet & Case didn't stay in the group long, and by december they were members of CNCD. The year was rounded off with Galerie at The Party 1995.
Galerie was redone in january with Galerie Remix at the Juhla 1996 party. The group attended The Gathering 1996 during easter, and won the intro competition with Nose and Hook's Lights. As far as we can record, this became Stellar's last ever release. The two swedes Dep (code) and Elixir (music) were recruited from Wrath Designs at Assembly 1996, though that too proved a dead end and neither ever released anything for Stellar.