Group

Fairlight

(c64/amiga/pc/consoles) - FLT

Also known as

  • Fairlight Demo Section
  • Fairlight Music

FairLight are a legendary Swedish-based demo and cracking group, born in april 1987 on the c64 by two members of the West Coast Crackers (WCC), No.1 and Sir Galahad. They decided they wanted new names, and thus became known as Strider and Black Shadow, respectively. They almost immediately recruited another Swedish cracker, Gollum. The next two members were coder and cracker Woodo (ex Razor Express) from Denmark and Belgian graphician The Hobbit. The first months were spent cracking games. Towards the third quarter of 87, they opened their first BBS, The Pleasure Dome in Sweden. Black Shadow got more and more active on the amiga, but still found time for a few cracks on the c64 now and then - but his last known work on the c64 was in december of this year. On the 18th to the 21st of december they coarranged the Triad & Fairlight Copy Party 1987 in Stockholm, Sweden. Belgian coder Gandalf, who was last heard from in december of this year, later became Lord Blitter on the amiga.

1988 begun with the departure of Woodo in january or february, who left the scene to work on games. He released a small note (written using his own tool Woowriter) with the dramatic name "Woodo is dead!!!" to announce it. His place was temporarily filled by subgroup The Platoon (TPL), consisting of cracker HAM, Brain and Orco. They joined in february, but left pretty quickly. Dragonlance (who had first appeared in november last year) also ceased to be a member sometime around january or february of 1988. This meant that, in the beginning of march, only Gollum and Strider were left as active C64 members! Then, on the 14th of march founder Strider released his final C64 crack, and left to work exclusively on the Amiga. He returned for a couple of cracks in april and may, but was eventually gone for good. Gollum was now the sole active C64 member! Happily he managed to recruit the Swedish members of Front (Saruman, Olo, Audrey and Getafix) in july, gaining two new crackers in Saruman and Olo. The article The History of Fairlight in Exceller 8 2 mentioned that Excalibur, Sharp, 4042, X and Y joining in late spring of this year. Y was later dismissed, and 4042 and Sharp also left after a short while, and X changed his handle to Exolon. In late autumn, Excalibur left for Abyss, while Doppelganger of Abyss went the other way and left Abyss for Fairlight. Griffith also joined around this time period.

1989 looked a lot better. In march they had FOUR active crackers; The Alchemist, Bacchus, Gollum and Viper! May saw the group travelling to the Equinoxe and Horizon Party in Eskilstuna, where they recruited Seagull and Smirnoff from AVT, and came 3rd in the demo competition with Pernod and Judge's Algot's Revenge. They were also at the Defiers Party 1989 in may, where they came 2nd with another Pernod & Judge demo; Megabmxninja. In late may Viper was visited by the police, who confiscated some addresses and stuff, but he didn't leave the scene. The news was publicly announced in a note spread with some cracks done around the 1st of june. Originals were a problem during this time too (early summer), and all their cracks were spread with notes requesting new suppliers. Following Karl XII/GB's appearance on swedish national tv in late may, selling out the entire carding and phreaking scene, important members The Alchemist and Zaphod decided to leave the scene around june or july. This was followed by more bad news when longtime member The Hobbit also left the scene soon after. December brought even more bad news, as swedish musician Danko decided to leave the group, and swedes Pernod and Judge left for Horizon. This left Fairlight without much of its former demopower, and the search began for replacements. The Alchemist had been back for some time, though under an 'anonymous' handle, but began signing his own cracks again in december. Gollum and The Sarge were busy making the game "No Mercy" in 1989, under the label Twisted Minds, which got released probably around early 1990 through Double Density and Digital Marketing.

The january 1990 Amiga release Cabal ++++++ welcomed Spike as a new member of the group. January began with more problems on the c64 side, as Bacchus left his job in a computer shop (from which he had been taking originals home to crack) to go back to the university. The already desperate original shortage just got worse. The search for new demomaking members eventually turned them to the danish demo subgroup Brain Using Demo Section (BUDS) from Nato, who first collaborated with FLT before becoming full members soon after. The Nato connection continued further, when Fairlight and Nato went into a very shortlived cracking cooperation around march. Swedish coders Dino and Rowdy joined from Altobrows in january, and the fact was announced in Rowdy's demo Official Version in march. It was also around this time we first saw ads for a Fairlight board, The Boardgasm. Viper was kicked from the group in march or april, due to extensive lying. Aaron (Strider's little brother) became a troublesome member, letting his big mouth get him into all sorts of trouble with other groups, and getting himself generally unpopular throughout the scene. Fairlight was a co-arranger of the Swedish Elite Easter Conference in Gothenburg, Sweden in april of 1990, where the two Finns Servant (supply) and Rockstar (crack) joined from Contex, hopefully stopping the desperate search for originals. Unfortunately their member-ship was shortlived, and by late may the two departed for Extasy. May or june saw swedish graphician Visual leaving the group for Dynamix. RT changed his handle to Gerwin late may. Then in early june, something dramatic happened: Bacchus claimed he was going to quit. He'd found the girl of his dreams, and was leaving the scene. BUT not until the girl returned from interrail that summer, on the 10th of july - so for one full month Bacchus would devote his entire life to cracking new games, and then leave. The news of Bacchus' leaving meant two other members also found no more reason to continue as part of the scene, and so Rowdy and The Alchemist also left. Dino and Seagull remained as crackers, and still with no regular supplier. Around july, cracker Ghost joined from Ruthless, but his stay was short and he became groupless. Another cracker showed up, signing his cracks with 'Wild 1' - this was in fact an alternative handle used by Watchman. Their longtime war with fellow swedes Censor finally ended in october, after conference calls and negotiations the two groups decided to collaborate on a small peace demo called Eye Damage, made by Censor. Also in october, new Swedish coder Harlekin joined from a small, unknown local group. Most of the group visited Censor's party in Gothenburg in november, and Harlekin and the others planned a small demo release, but nothing came of it. The demo, "Algot", was released independently in the early days of december, and was the group's first demo since march. Another Swedish cracker, Watchman, joined from Triad around november. Bacchus still couldn't keep his hands off cracking, despite having officially left the scene, and several cracks from his hand appeared in october, november and december. At the conclusion of the year, nearly the entire group travelled to Odense, Denmark to attend the Dexion X-Mas Conference 1990, and released their best demo this year - Vir Optimus - for the competition there. It was unfortunately unplaced.

1991 would be the year Gaston did all the Amiga cracks. Exolon and The Black Shadow remained on the memberlist, but did not crack anything. Supplying was mostly handled by Splatt! and Drone No. 5 (who by the end of the year was mysteriously not on the memberlist any longer) with the occasional game from JBM, Luke & Chuck, Stik and Stone. Bacchus decided to face the fact that he couldn't stay away in january, and became relatively active again. "I'm not 100% back, but I'm not 100% gone either" he wrote in a scroller. Triad's "Gamer's Guide" (who had released its first issue late last year) quickly became an important part of the c64 cracking scene, and this was probably the reason for him abandoning the new intro he'd been using in the last months of 1990 for his old, shorter one. The slideshow The Sargeshow was released in the first months, and its scrollers also told about Gollum and The Sarge's new game, Rubicon (released through software house Hewson). The 'cracker team' Duncan & Turner started releasing games, probably around february or march - but this was in fact just Rowdy under a different handle. A new supplier, Englishman Suckpipe, also helped the situation, by bringing in a lot of new originals. Flood's c64 bbs Wonderland was advertised in intros, starting around march. A private meeting was held at easter time, at the end of march at Bacchus' place in Lund, where Gollum's return to cracking was announced. He would only work on big projects. The group visited the big swedish easter party held by Horizon, but no releases were made there. The may intro The Fuck Shop BBS Announcement for the Amiga announced the new German bbs The Fuck Shop. Cracks continued to appear in june, now with Harlekin doing a few too. On the 16th of July, Aaron's packages at the post office did not get sent on, but was confiscated due to faked stamps. He was called to the police for questioning on the 20th, but probably won't face any charges. Ogami released some pictures in july, and released the "Stan Kajman Pictureshow" in july or august. All were coded by Harlekin. A demo called Legoland was released mid october, at an internal meeting at Harlekin's place. A few cracks were released late this year, at least in october, in cooperation with Triad - and originals were apparently plentiful, judging from comments made by Aaron in the documentation for their joint release of "Turbo Charge" on the 14th of october. The november release Lemmings II was dedicated to Sniffy (of subgroup Diamonds and Rust) who apparently "got busted". Towards the end of the year (november or december) Flatliners lost its WHQ status, but Pizzaman remained on the memberlist (did he close?). The new WHQ was Apocalypse with its sysop POW. Among the members that came and went were Stone (supply, 08/91) and Stik (supply, 08/91). Tiger's Italian BBS ICC BBS was listed 09-10/91, but only his name and not the board 11-12/91. Swedish c64 swapper Enduro joined from Intruders in december.

Swedish sysop Sodapop and his c64 bbs Paradize was recruited from Flash Inc around february 1992. Tronic (previously in Genesis Project) also joined, though he is currently living in japan. 1992 was a good releasing year for the Amiga part of the group, with Gaston still handling the majority of the cracks, but with ToM and Bob Duncan adding themselves to the race towards the end of the year. The Canadian Amiga board Mafia Crack Crew was announced as 'new' in january, and it was also this month that their distsite Great White North apparently appeared for the first time. Two new boards appared in february; Enterprize (usa) and Elegant Machinery (norway, from The Silents). Black Shadow was also back in february. Problem Child was announced as a new member in early april (sources: ActionStations V3.2, Pacific Islands, Dizzy's Excellent Adventure crack intros), and Shaggy joined from Dual Crew in may (source: Deliverance cracktro). May was also the first appearance of Mirage BBS (sysop Big Boss), and apparently The Dungeon disappared from the boardlist and Trancentral took on EHQ status. Towards the end of may, they also announced sysop Kitaro (with Millennia) as a new member. Late june, the board Apocalypse decided to concentrate on the PC and console scenes, and thus Mirage was upgraded to be the new WHQ (source: D-Generation cracktro). Late june saw Paradise Dreams and Last Frontier appear on the boardlist, and early july Far Out appeared for the first time. Four new members were announced in october; Selim & Rudi (sysops of The Jam), Mac and Fashion Light. The November cracktro for Cool World announced Firebird and New Kid as new members, as well as the recruitment of subgroup Diamonds & Rust (D&R). The board Pleasure Dome that appeared in board lists was actually a D&R board. The c64 intro Warez Aquarium BBS Intro (or "WAQ BBS" for short) was released for The Party 1992 at the end of december.

The january 1993 diskmagazine Skyhigh 1 reported that Oxidy, Ed and Avalon had joined the group. Sysop and cracker Lexi joined Legend in 1993, but would later return. German Mendrake joined in may because of the promise of some first releases, but was immediately kicked the same month, after he joined a second group. He will therefore stay in Bodycount only. He later rejoined again in 1997. Reformation 3 was released in june; coeditor Enduro then went to the army on june 14th, meaning he would have to cut back on his swapping duties. Bacchus moved to Stockholm this month. September 1st saw the release of Reformation 4, which announced the controversy concerning Austrian writer Ayatollah and his subsequent leaving the c64 scene for the snes. It also announced Swedish graphician Ranger (ex Noice, new 12/92)'s leaving the c64 scene (footnote: There is a chance he returned to active duty later, as part of Noice again), as well as Lexi's return to the group and Alchemist's return to the scene. Dishy joined from Dominators in august as a swapper and supplier. Reformation 5 was released at the end of october, and announced their old dutch sysop Duvel was let go, after no contact for a very long time. It also announced HCL and VDK (Vodka)/Booze Design and Bappalander/Light had joined on a trial basis.

Swedish cracker and sysop Lexi (Cyberdome BBS) released "The SidPlay Collection" in august of 1994, as his farewell to the c64 scene, which he was leaving for the SNES scene.

The november 1995 cracktro for Worms ECS/AGA mentioned that the bbs Braindead was no longer a part of the group.

Fairlight coorganized the demoparty Siliconvention 1997 in march. Towards the end of 1997, Bacchus took a big step towards a real comeback for Fairlight. Seeing no real future in a cracking section, he focused instead on forming a powerful demoscene group, and recruited several members towards this end. Around november swedes Gum, Logger, Wiggen, Hollowman and Rooster from Alter were allowed in on trial, provided they deliver a demo for The Party 1997 to prove themselves worthy of membership. Then two weeks before The Party established editors Duke and Sun Dancer joined, bringing with them a new diskmag project, "Scene+". Bacchus made Duke the new main organizer of the c64 section, and he quickly recruited the Dane Crossfire and the Germans Goat, Mendrake and L.A. Style from Motiv8. The entire diskmag (using existing code, mind you) was then put together in just 10 days, and Scene+ 1 was released at The Party 1997, rounding off what was perhaps the most important month in Fairlight history for quite some time.

After a period of dormancy Fairlight returned to the pc iso scene in 1998.

The Fairlight pc demo division was born in february of 2000, from various members of the Razor 1911 demo division that left the group after some internal trouble. The original members were Pantaloon, Graffik, Fireblade, Musik, Smash, Illuminator, Oyise and Case. Some time later that year (july?) also the Fairlight Music Division was launched; its forming members were Andromeda, Azazel, Loxley, Keith303, Norfair, Smash and Xerxes. Thanks to the article in Hugi #20 for some background information. The subgroup's first releases were the demo Absolut Vodka and the intro FLT Rox - both at Remedy 2000 in july. Oyise left for Aardbei in november.

Swedish coder and musician Puterman joined from Civitas in the first months of 2003. The group won the 4k competition at TUM in december with Blueberry.

An article in the news section of Vandalism News 59 from june 2012 detailed how Danko had rejoined the group after years away, and listed a full active memberstatus for the c64 section; Avalon, Bacchus, Danko, Hollowman, Louie64, Maktone, Oxidy, Pantaloon, Puterman, Reed, Sledge, Tempest, Vodka, Wiklund and Zabutom.

Members

Productions

Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight
Nintendo SNES/Super FamiCom - Cracktro
Fairlight
Commodore 64 - Tool
Fairlight
Nintendo SNES/Super FamiCom - Cracktro
Fairlight
MS-Dos - 32K Intro
Fairlight
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Fairlight
Commodore 64 - Tool
Fairlight
Amiga OCS/ECS - 1K Intro
Fairlight
Nintendo SNES/Super FamiCom - Cracktro
Fairlight
Commodore 64 - Tool
Fairlight
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Dec 2017
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Offence and Prosonix Oct 2017
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Sep 2017
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Sep 2017
Windows - Demo
CNCD and Fairlight Aug 2017
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Aug 2017
Commodore 64 - Invitation
Fairlight Jul 2017
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Jul 2017
Windows - 4K Intro
Fairlight Jul 2017
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2017
Windows - Demo
Fairlight and Logicoma Jun 2017
Commodore 64 - 4K Intro
Fairlight Apr 2017
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Offence and Prosonix Jan 2017
Commodore 64 - Intro
Fairlight Jan 2017
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2016
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2016
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2016
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Noice and Offence Mar 2016
Windows - Demo
CNCD and Fairlight Mar 2016
Windows - Demo
CNCD and Fairlight Aug 2015
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2015
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2015
Windows - Invitation
Fairlight May 2015
Windows - Demo
CNCD and Fairlight Apr 2015
Commodore 64 - 4K Intro
Fairlight Apr 2015
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Noice and Offence Apr 2015
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Mar 2015
Commodore 64 - Intro
Fairlight and Panda Design Jan 2015
RGB
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Offence and Prosonix Oct 2014
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Jun 2014
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Jun 2014
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Offence Apr 2014
Android - Demo
Fairlight Mar 2014
Windows - Invitation
CNCD and Fairlight Mar 2014
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Offence and Prosonix Feb 2014
Commodore 64 - 4K Intro
Fairlight Feb 2014
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Sep 2013
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Offence and Prosonix Aug 2013
Windows - Demo
Fairlight May 2013
Windows - Demo
Cloudkicker and Fairlight Mar 2013
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Offence and Prosonix Feb 2013
Amiga OCS/ECS - Demo
Digital Sounds System and Fairlight and TNSP and Trilobit Nov 2012
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Offence and Prosonix Oct 2012
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Panda Design Aug 2012
5o2
Amiga OCS/ECS - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2012
Commodore 64 - Invitation
Fairlight and SEC-T May 2012
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Feb 2012
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Aug 2011
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Aug 2011
Windows - 64K Intro
Alcatraz and Fairlight Aug 2011
Windows - Demo
CNCD and Fairlight Apr 2011
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Feb 2011
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Dec 2010
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Oct 2010
Windows - Demo
CNCD and Fairlight Aug 2010
Windows - Demo
CNCD and Fairlight Apr 2010
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Feb 2010
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Oct 2009
Windows - Demo
CNCD and Fairlight and Orange Aug 2009
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Oct 2008
Windows - 64K Intro
Fairlight Aug 2008
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Aug 2008
Windows - 4K Intro
Fairlight Aug 2008
Windows - Demo
Fairlight and The Black Lotus Jul 2008
Commodore 64 - Invitation
Fairlight Jun 2008
Windows - Invitation
Alcatraz and Andromeda Software Development and Fairlight May 2008
Windows - Cracktro
Fairlight Feb 2008
Commodore 64 - Invitation
Fairlight Sep 2007
Windows - Demo
CNCD and Fairlight and Orange Aug 2007
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2007
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2007
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2007
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2007
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Instinct Jul 2007
Windows - Demo
Carillon & Cyberiad and Fairlight Jul 2007
Commodore 64 - Invitation
Fairlight Apr 2007
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Nov 2006
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Oct 2006
Windows - 4K Intro
Fairlight Oct 2006
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Aug 2006
Windows - 4K Intro
Fairlight Aug 2006
Windows - 64K Intro
Fairlight Aug 2006
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2006
Windows - Demo
Fairlight May 2006
Windows - 64K Intro
Fairlight Apr 2006
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Mar 2006
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Mar 2006
Windows - Invitation
Fairlight 2006
Windows - 4K Intro
Fairlight Dec 2005
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Instinct Oct 2005
Windows - 64K Intro
Fairlight Sep 2005
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Aug 2005
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Aug 2005
Windows - 64K Intro
Fairlight Jul 2005
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2005
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2005
Windows - Demo
Fairlight May 2005
Commodore 64 - Invitation
Fairlight May 2005
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Booze Design and Fairlight and Triad Apr 2005
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Apr 2005
Commodore 64 - 4K Intro
Fairlight Mar 2005
Windows - 64K Intro
Fairlight Mar 2005
Commodore 64 - Tracked Music
Fairlight Mar 2005
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Feb 2005
Windows - 64K Intro
Fairlight Oct 2004
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Aug 2004
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Aug 2004
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2004
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2004
Windows - 64K Intro
Fairlight Jun 2004
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Apr 2004
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Feb 2004
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Dec 2003
Commodore 64 - 4K Intro
Fairlight Dec 2003
Commodore 64 - Demo
Crest and Fairlight Dec 2003
Windows - 64K Intro
Fairlight Nov 2003
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Aug 2003
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2003
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2003
Windows - Demo
Fairlight May 2003
Windows - 64K Intro
Fairlight Apr 2003
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Mar 2003
Commodore 64 - Demo
Crest and Fairlight Mar 2003
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Feb 2003
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Feb 2003
Windows - Chip Music Pack
Fairlight Oct 2002
Windows - Demo
Fairlight and The Silents Aug 2002
Windows - 64K Intro
Fairlight Aug 2002
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2002
Windows - Demo
Fairlight and The Silents Jun 2002
Windows - Demo
Fairlight and Hoodlum and Scoopex and The Silents Jun 2002
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Mar 2002
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Mar 2002
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Feb 2002
Windows - Demo
CoolPHat and Fairlight Feb 2002
Flash - Demo
Fairlight and mfx and Spinning Kids Dec 2001
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Dec 2001
Commodore 64 - Demo
Damage and Fairlight Nov 2001
Windows - 64K Intro
Fairlight Aug 2001
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2001
Windows - Demo
Fairlight May 2001
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Dec 2000
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Nov 2000
Windows - 64K Intro
Fairlight Jul 2000
Windows - 64K Intro
Fairlight Jul 2000
Windows - Demo
Fairlight Jul 2000
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Fairlight Dec 1997
Demo
Fairlight and Tristar & Red Sector Inc. Mar 1997
Amiga AGA - Invitation
Fairlight and Obscene 1997
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Jan 1996
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Nov 1995
Amiga AGA - Cracktro
Fairlight Oct 1995
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight 1995
Amiga AGA - Cracktro
Eltech and Fairlight 1995
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Fairlight Nov 1994
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Fairlight Oct 1994
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Fairlight Aug 1994
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Jul 1994
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Fairlight Apr 1994
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Apr 1994
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Mar 1994
MS-Dos - 32K Intro, Cracktro
Fairlight Mar 1994
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Jan 1994
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Jan 1994
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Jan 1994
Sega Megadrive/Genesis - Cracktro
Fairlight 1994
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Fairlight Jan 1994
MS-Dos - 96K Intro
Fairlight 1994
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight 1994
Sega Megadrive/Genesis - Cracktro
Fairlight 1994
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Dec 1993
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Dec 1993
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Dec 1993
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Dec 1993
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Dec 1993
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Dec 1993
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Oct 1993
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Oct 1993
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Fairlight Oct 1993
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Sep 1993
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Fairlight Sep 1993
Commodore 64 - Tool
Fairlight Jun 1993
Commodore 64 - Tool
Fairlight Jun 1993
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Fairlight Jun 1993
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight May 1993
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight May 1993
Commodore 64 - Slideshow
Fairlight May 1993
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Fairlight May 1993
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Fairlight Apr 1993
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Fairlight Mar 1993
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight and Virtual Dreams Feb 1993
MS-Dos - Cracktro
Fairlight Jan 1993
MS-Dos - 4K Intro, Cracktro
Fairlight 1993
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Dec 1992
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Dec 1992
MS-Dos - 16K Intro, Cracktro
Fairlight Nov 1992
MS-Dos - 32K Intro, Cracktro
Fairlight Nov 1992
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Nov 1992
MS-Dos - Cracktro
Fairlight Oct 1992
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Fairlight Oct 1992
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Crack Inc. and Fairlight Oct 1992
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight and Virtual Dreams Aug 1992
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Jul 1992
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Fairlight Jul 1992
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Jul 1992
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Jun 1992
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight May 1992
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight May 1992
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Apr 1992
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Apr 1992
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Apr 1992
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Apr 1992
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Apr 1992
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Fairlight Mar 1992
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Feb 1992
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Jan 1992
MS-Dos - Cracktro
Fairlight and United Software Association 1992
MS-Dos - 32K Intro, Cracktro
Fairlight and United Software Association 1992
MS-Dos - 8K Intro, BBStro
Fairlight 1992
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Fairlight 1992
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight 1992
MS-Dos - Demo
Fairlight 1992
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Nov 1991
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Oct 1991
MS-Dos - 4K Intro, BBStro
Fairlight and United Software Association Sep 1991
Commodore 64 - Chip Music Pack
Fairlight Aug 1991
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Aug 1991
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Aug 1991
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Jul 1991
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Jul 1991
Amiga OCS/ECS - Pack
Cryptoburners and Dexion and Fairlight and Violence Jun 1991
Amiga OCS/ECS - Slideshow
Cryptoburners and Dexion and Fairlight and Violence Jun 1991
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Jun 1991
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight May 1991
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight May 1991
Amiga OCS/ECS - BBStro
Fairlight May 1991
Amiga OCS/ECS - Intro
Fairlight Mar 1991
MS-Dos - 32K Intro, Cracktro
Fairlight Feb 1991
Commodore 64 - Tool
Fairlight Jan 1991
Commodore 64 - Slideshow
Fairlight 1991
MS-Dos - 16K Intro, Cracktro
Fairlight and United Software Association 1991
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Dec 1990
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Dec 1990
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Nov 1990
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Nov 1990
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Nov 1990
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Sep 1990
Commodore 64 - Pack
Fairlight Sep 1990
Commodore 64 - Tool
Fairlight Sep 1990
Commodore 64 - Tool
Fairlight Sep 1990
Commodore 64 - Demo
Censor Design and Fairlight Sep 1990
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Sep 1990
Commodore 64 - Tool
Fairlight Sep 1990
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Aug 1990
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight May 1990
Amiga OCS/ECS - Demo
Fairlight Apr 1990
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Mar 1990
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Mar 1990
Amiga OCS/ECS - Demo
Fairlight and Horizon and Miracle Mar 1990
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Mar 1990
Amiga OCS/ECS - Demo
Fairlight Jan 1990
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Jan 1990
Amiga OCS/ECS - Demo
Fairlight Dec 1989
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Nov 1989
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Nov 1989
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Nov 1989
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Aug 1989
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Jul 1989
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Jun 1989
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight May 1989
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight May 1989
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight May 1989
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight May 1989
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight May 1989
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight and North Star Apr 1989
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight Mar 1989
Amiga OCS/ECS - Demo
Fairlight Mar 1989
Amiga OCS/ECS - Demo
Fairlight Mar 1989
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Feb 1989
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight and North Star Feb 1989
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight and North Star Feb 1989
Amiga OCS/ECS - Diskmag
Fairlight and North Star Feb 1989
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight and North Star Jan 1989
Amiga OCS/ECS - 1K Intro
Fairlight and North Star 1989
Amiga OCS/ECS - Demo
Fairlight and North Star Jan 1989
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight 1989
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight and North Star 1989
Amiga OCS/ECS - Diskmag
Fairlight and North Star Dec 1988
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Nov 1988
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Nov 1988
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Nov 1988
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight and North Star Nov 1988
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Apr 1988
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight Mar 1988
Amiga OCS/ECS - Tool
Fairlight and North Star 1988
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Dec 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Dec 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Nov 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Oct 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Sep 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Sep 1987
Commodore 64 - Demo
1001 Crew and Danish Gold and Fairlight and Plutonium Crackers 2001 and Raw Deal Inc. and Relax and Triad and Yeti Factories Jul 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Jul 1987
Commodore 64 - Chip Music Pack
Fairlight and Relax Jul 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Jul 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Jul 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Jun 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight Jun 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Fairlight May 1987
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight 1987
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight 1987
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight 1987
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight 1987

Member productions

Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Diamonds and Rust
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
$ceptic and Diamonds and Rust
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Hobbit / Fairlight Sep 2017
Amiga OCS/ECS - Music
Tempest / Fairlight Jul 2017
Commodore 64 - Tracked Music
Maktone / Fairlight Jul 2017
Commodore 64 - Music
Reed / Fairlight Apr 2017
Commodore 64 - Music
Zabutom / Fairlight ^ Up Rough Feb 2017
Music
Zabutom / Fairlight ^ Up Rough Feb 2017
Graphics
Mazor / Fairlight Aug 2016
Graphics
Danko / Fairlight Jul 2016
Video
Danko / Fairlight Jul 2016
Streaming Music
Danko / Fairlight Jul 2016
Commodore 64 - Executable Music
Reed / Fairlight May 2016
Commodore 64 - Music
Winks / Fairlight Mar 2016
Graphics
Weyland / Fairlight ^ FlowersFX Feb 2016
Tracked Music
Wiklund / Fairlight ^ iNSANE Dec 2015
Tracked Music
Wiklund / Fairlight ^ Satanic Kids Enterprise Sep 2015
Graphics
Mazor / Fairlight Jul 2015
Streaming Music
Danko / Fairlight Jul 2015
Commodore 64 - Tracked Music
Maktone / Fairlight Jul 2015
Graphics
Forge / Fairlight ^ FlowersFX Jul 2015
Commodore 64 - Music
Danko / Fairlight Jun 2015
Graphics
Mazor / Fairlight May 2015
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight May 2015
Tracked Music
Wiklund / Fairlight ^ Satanic Kids Enterprise May 2015
Streaming Music
Wiklund / Fairlight ^ Satanic Kids Enterprise May 2015
Commodore 64 - Music
Wiklund / Fairlight ^ Satanic Kids Enterprise May 2015
Music
Wiklund / Fairlight ^ Retroguru ^ Satanic Kids Enterprise ^ Sid Ryders ^ Speckdrumm Apr 2015
Music
Tempest / Chippendales ^ Fairlight Apr 2015
Tracked Music
Wiklund / Fairlight ^ Satanic Kids Enterprise Mar 2015
Graphics
Mazor / Fairlight Jan 2015
Amiga AGA - Graphics
Mazor / Fairlight Nov 2014
Graphics
Mazor / Fairlight Aug 2014
Commodore 64 - Tracked Music
Danko / Fairlight Jun 2014
Commodore 64 - Tracked Music
Maktone / Fairlight Jun 2014
Streaming Music
Danko / Fairlight Jun 2014
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Vodka / Fairlight Jun 2014
Graphics
Mazor / Fairlight May 2014
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Maktone and Vodka / Fairlight Feb 2014
Graphics
Mazor / Fairlight Feb 2014
Streaming Music
Winks / Fairlight Aug 2013
Graphics
Mazor / Fairlight Aug 2013
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Vodka / Fairlight Jun 2013
Streaming Music
Wiklund / Fairlight May 2013
Tracked Music
Wiklund / Fairlight ^ Satanic Kids Enterprise May 2013
Commodore 64 - Music
Wiklund / Fairlight Apr 2013
Executable Music
Winks / Fairlight Mar 2013
Executable Music
Winks / Fairlight Mar 2013
Commodore 64 - Music
Zabutom / Fairlight Feb 2013
Tracked Music
Zabutom / Fairlight Feb 2013
Commodore 64 - Music
Wiklund / Fairlight Feb 2013
Music
Zabutom / Fairlight Feb 2013
Commodore 64 - Music
Maktone / Fairlight Feb 2013
Music
Tempest / Fairlight Dec 2012
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Dec 2012
32K Executable Music
Wiklund / Fairlight Nov 2012
Commodore 64 - Music
Maktone / Fairlight Sep 2012
Graphics
Mazor / Fairlight Aug 2012
Tracked Music
Wiklund / Fairlight Jul 2012
Graphics
Mazor / Fairlight Jul 2012
Tracked Music
Wiklund / Fairlight Jul 2012
Tracked Music
Danko / Fairlight Jul 2012
Streaming Music
Wiklund / Fairlight Jul 2012
Commodore 64 - Music
Wiklund / Fairlight Jun 2012
Streaming Music
Wiklund / Fairlight ^ Satanic Kids Enterprise May 2012
Graphics
Mazor / Fairlight May 2012
Windows - 32K Executable Music
Reed / Fairlight Apr 2012
Commodore 64 - Executable Music
Wiklund / Fairlight ^ Speckdrumm Apr 2012
Amstrad CPC - Executable Music
Reed / Fairlight Apr 2012
Graphics
Mazor / Fairlight Jan 2012
Graphics
Mazor / Fairlight Oct 2011
Graphics
Mazor / Fairlight Aug 2011
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Louie64 / Fairlight Aug 2011
Commodore 64 - Music
Wiklund / Fairlight Jul 2011
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Apr 2011
Tracked Music
Wiklund / Fairlight Feb 2011
Commodore 64 - Music
Wiklund / Fairlight Feb 2011
Commodore 64 - Music
Wiklund / Fairlight Dec 2010
Commodore 64 - Music
Maktone / Fairlight Dec 2010
Graphics
Mazon / Fairlight Oct 2010
Graphics
Mazor / Fairlight Aug 2010
Commodore 64 - Executable Music
Reed / Fairlight Apr 2010
Commodore 64 - Music
Zabutom / Fairlight Feb 2010
Tracked Music
Zabutom / Fairlight Feb 2010
Commodore 64 - Music
Maktone / Fairlight Feb 2010
Tracked Music
Maktone / Fairlight Feb 2010
Windows - 32K Executable Music
Reed / Fairlight Aug 2009
Commodore 64 - Music
Zabutom / Fairlight Jul 2009
Tracked Music
Maktone / Fairlight Jul 2009
Windows - 32K Executable Music
Reed / Fairlight Apr 2009
Windows - 32K Executable Music
Reed / Fairlight Aug 2008
Ego
Windows - 32K Executable Music
Reed / Fairlight Aug 2008
Tracked Music
Tempest / Fairlight Sep 2007
Tracked Music
Zabutom / Fairlight Jul 2007
Commodore 64 - Music
Maktone / Fairlight Jul 2007
Tracked Music
Zabutom / Fairlight Jul 2007
Tracked Music
Tempest / Fairlight Jul 2007
Commodore 64 - Music
Maktone / Fairlight Oct 2006
Tracked Music
Smash / Fairlight Oct 2006
Tracked Music
Maktone / Fairlight Oct 2006
Commodore 64 - Executable Music
Reed / Fairlight Aug 2006
Graphics
Oxidy / Fairlight Aug 2006
Commodore 64 - Music
Puterman / Fairlight Jul 2006
Music
Maktone / Fairlight Jul 2006
Music
Maktone / Fairlight Jul 2006
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Oyiseer / Fairlight Jul 2006
Streaming Music
Reed / Fairlight Apr 2006
Commodore 64 - Executable Music
Reed / Fairlight Apr 2006
No
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Apr 2006
Windows - 32K Executable Music
Reed and Smash / Fairlight Apr 2006
Z
Tracked Music
Hollowman / Fairlight Mar 2006
Tracked Music
Zabutom / Fairlight Mar 2006
Graphics
Zabutom / Fairlight Mar 2006
Atari ST/E - Music
Maktone / Fairlight Jan 2006
Commodore 64 - Music
Zabutom / Fairlight Jan 2006
Windows - 4K Intro
Smash / Fairlight Dec 2005
Streaming Music
Reed / Fairlight Sep 2005
Commodore 64 - Music
Maktone / Fairlight Sep 2005
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Sep 2005
Tracked Music
Maktone / Fairlight Sep 2005
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Aug 2005
Streaming Music
Reed / Fairlight Jul 2005
Graphics
Tempest / Fairlight Jul 2005
Commodore 64 - Executable Music
Reed / Fairlight Jul 2005
Music
Tempest / Fairlight Jul 2005
Graphics
Mazor / Fairlight Jul 2005
Commodore 64 - Music
Maktone / Fairlight Jul 2005
Ice
Tracked Music
Maktone / Fairlight Jul 2005
Bic
Tracked Music
Maktone / Fairlight Apr 2005
Yes
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Mar 2005
Streaming Music
Reed / Fairlight Mar 2005
Windows - 32K Executable Music
Reed and Smash / Fairlight Mar 2005
Commodore 64 - Executable Music
Reed / Fairlight Mar 2005
Commodore 64 - Music
Maktone / Fairlight Feb 2005
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Vodka / Fairlight Feb 2005
Commodore 64 - Music
Puterman / Fairlight Feb 2005
Atari ST/E - Music
Maktone / Fairlight 2005
Atari ST/E - Music
Maktone / Fairlight 2005
Atari ST/E - Music
Maktone / Fairlight 2005
Atari ST/E - Music
Maktone / Fairlight 2005
Atari ST/E - Music
Maktone / Fairlight 2005
Atari ST/E - Music
Maktone / Fairlight 2005
Atari ST/E - Music
Maktone / Fairlight 2005
1st
Atari ST/E - Music
Maktone / Fairlight 2005
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Dec 2004
Graphics
Kustaa / Fairlight Nov 2004
Tracked Music
Tempest / Fairlight Aug 2004
Commodore 64 - Executable Music
Reed / Fairlight Aug 2004
Graphics
Tempest / Fairlight Aug 2004
Graphics
Mazor / Fairlight Aug 2004
Streaming Music
Reed / Fairlight Aug 2004
Tracked Music
Maktone / Fairlight Jul 2004
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Vodka / Fairlight Jul 2004
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Hollowman / Fairlight Jul 2004
Commodore 64 - Music
Maktone / Fairlight Jul 2004
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Jul 2004
Tracked Music
Reed and Smash / Fairlight Apr 2004
Commodore 64 - Music
Maktone / Fairlight Feb 2004
Commodore 64 - Music
Maktone / Fairlight Feb 2004
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Vodka / Fairlight Feb 2004
Music
Bliss / Fairlight Nov 2003
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Nov 2003
Graphics
Alan and Delilah / Fairlight ^ SKiM Aug 2003
Graphics
Aln / Fairlight Aug 2003
Commodore 64 - Executable Music
Reed / Fairlight Aug 2003
Commodore 64 - Music
Maktone / Fairlight Jul 2003
Music
Reed / Fairlight Jun 2003
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Jun 2003
Graphics
Wade / Fairlight ^ Haujobb Apr 2003
Streaming Music
coh and lug00ber / Fairlight Apr 2003
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Vodka / Fairlight Mar 2003
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Mar 2003
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Mar 2003
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Mar 2003
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Dec 2002
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Dec 2002
Graphics
Krafton / Fairlight ^ nOmad Dec 2002
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Oct 2002
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Oct 2002
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Oct 2002
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Oct 2002
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Oct 2002
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Oct 2002
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Oct 2002
Streaming Music
Bliss / Fairlight Music Aug 2002
Streaming Music
Andy and Reed / Banal Projects ^ Fairlight Aug 2002
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Vodka / Fairlight Aug 2002
Music
Bliss / Fairlight Music Aug 2002
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight Aug 2002
Graphics
Weyland / Fairlight ^ FlowersFX Jun 2002
Graphics
Forge / Fairlight ^ FlowersFX Jun 2002
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Vodka / Fairlight Apr 2002
Tracked Music
Smash / Fairlight ^ Jecoute Mar 2002
Streaming Music
Bliss / Fairlight Mar 2002
Tracked Music
Xerxes / Fairlight ^ Hellven Mar 2002
Tracked Music
Reed / Fairlight 2002
Graphics
Forge / Fairlight ^ FlowersFX Dec 2001
Windows - Demo
Sumea Labs and Virtual Dreams Aug 2001
Tracked Music
Smash / Fairlight ^ Jecoute Aug 2001
Tracked Music
Bliss / Fairlight Music May 2001
Streaming Music
Bliss / Fairlight Music May 2001
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Vodka / Fairlight Feb 2001
Music
Bliss / Fairlight Feb 2001
Tracked Music
Smash / Fairlight 2001
Tracked Music
Andromeda / Fairlight Dec 2000
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Vodka / Fairlight ^ Onslaught Jul 2000
Tracked Music
Smash / Fairlight ^ Jecoute ^ Theralite Jul 2000
Tracked Music
Andromeda / Fairlight ^ Kosmic ^ Noice Jul 2000
Graphics
Graffik / Fairlight Jul 2000
Tracked Music
Surfing / Damones ^ Fairlight ^ Ram Jam Sep 1998
MS-Dos - Demo
Pulse and Pygmy Projects and Virtual Dreams Aug 1998
Commodore 64 - Graphics
BigUser / Fairlight ^ Protovision Mar 1997
Amiga AGA - Demo
Virtual Dreams Aug 1996
Graphics
Vodka / Fairlight Jul 1996
Commodore 64 - Intro
Trash / Fairlight Jul 1996
Amiga AGA - Demo
Virtual Dreams Dec 1995
Video
Virtual Dreams / Fairlight Aug 1995
Amiga AGA - Diskmag
Spaceballs and Virtual Dreams May 1995
Amiga AGA - Demo
Virtual Dreams Dec 1994
Amiga AGA - 40k Intro
Virtual Dreams / Fairlight Dec 1994
Amiga AGA - Demo
Virtual Dreams Aug 1994
Amiga AGA - Demo
Virtual Dreams Jun 1994
Commodore 64 - Music
Red Devil / Fairlight 1994
Commodore 64 - Music
Red Devil / Fairlight Dec 1993
Amiga AGA - Demo
Virtual Dreams / Fairlight Dec 1993
Amiga OCS/ECS - 40k Intro
Virtual Dreams Dec 1993
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Oxidy / Fairlight Dec 1993
Amiga OCS/ECS - Diskmag
Stellar and Virtual Dreams Sep 1993
Amiga OCS/ECS - 40k Intro
Virtual Dreams / Fairlight Aug 1993
Amiga OCS/ECS - 40k Intro
Virtual Dreams / Fairlight Jul 1993
242
Amiga OCS/ECS - Demo
Virtual Dreams / Fairlight Jul 1993
Amiga OCS/ECS - Demo
Virtual Dreams / Fairlight May 1993
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Ogami / Fairlight May 1993
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight and Virtual Dreams Feb 1993
Amiga OCS/ECS - Intro
Virtual Dreams / Fairlight Feb 1993
Amiga OCS/ECS - Intro
Virtual Dreams / Fairlight 1993
Amiga OCS/ECS - Demo
Virtual Dreams Dec 1992
Commodore 64 - Music
Mac and Red Devil / Fairlight Dec 1992
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Ranger / Fairlight Dec 1992
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Diamonds and Rust Aug 1992
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Fairlight and Virtual Dreams Aug 1992
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Ogami / Fairlight Apr 1992
MS-Dos - Cracktro
Fairlight and United Software Association 1992
MS-Dos - 32K Intro, Cracktro
Fairlight and United Software Association 1992
MS-Dos - 4K Intro, BBStro
Fairlight and United Software Association Sep 1991
MS-Dos - 16K Intro, Cracktro
Fairlight and United Software Association 1991
Tracked Music
Mantronix / Fairlight Oct 1990
Tracked Music
Mantronix / Fairlight Sep 1990
Tracked Music
Danko / Fairlight Jan 1990

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