Chromance was a Hungarian-based c64 cracking and demo group, formed in july of 1990 by the best members of FBI-Crew. The group co-organized Chromance, Cerberos, Computer Mania (CCCCP) Party 1991 in september.
Painkiller was accused by Local Lamer/Bad Taste in Amok's diskmagazine Sex'n'Crime 21 (december 1990) of recracking their version of "Sensitive".
January of 1991 saw the joining of Hermit (previously known as Dr. Disk/Hitmen), Herman (ex Teen/Chaos) and swapper Jazzy-D. There were widespread rumours that the group entered into a cooperation with The Bombs this month, which is a misunderstanding; there was never any coop. Some of their members were also busted by the Hungarian post for cheating with stamps this month. Gizmo joined from Solution in march. Still early in the year, the group saw the departure of Gabriel (gfx), the arrival of Chum/Chaos#1, Suicide leaving the scene, and later rejoining it as a member of Avantgarde.
Dishy joined Dominators early 1993. Mr.Wax stopped producing "Are We The Best?' early this year, and went out in other diskmags looking for someone to take it over. Reformation 1 (april 1993) reported that TBB had joined from Arcade. By october he had moved on to Red Sector Inc. Alagami joined in may. German swapper Icarus joined around july. Cop joined from Faces as his second group in september.
American sysop Ancient Mariner (THE EVIL ISLAND) rejoined his old group Alpha Flight 1970 in september of 1994, after joining around the middle of the year. They also lost and then regained Rug Rat (EDGE OF MIDNIGHT), though now in cooperation with Aristocracy, and gained polish swapper and supplier AMC from Charged this month. Other events in september included Wozio leaving for his army duty, joining the already active Jazzy-D.
Polish coder Druid/Agony left the group around january 1995, and instead joined F4CG as his second group. X-Radical was busted by the post and police for sending hashish to one of his contacts, also around january. American cracker Fungus joined this year, but left soon after for F4CG. Cracker and swapper Blaze joined for a brief period from Xenon, before moving on to Alpha Flight 1970 around september. Their swapper Zag renamed to Scatman. Three new members joined; Techno/SCS-TRC (crack swap), Pete joined as a doublemember from Onslaught, and finally Motion - previously of Noice - joined as a swapper and trader. Some members also decided to leave; Stake and Homeboy, who will be staying in Onslaught only, and took with him swedish Joyride (sysop HIGHWAY, 93-) for the ride. When Wozio returned from his army duty in october, he intends to open a board called COUNT(R)Y JAIL and resume his swapping activities. Mr.Wax and Jazzy D are also said to be fully back in action. Artists Alias Medron, Moose and T.L. joined late this year, as did Spermbird/Excess - with this as his second group.
Around january 1996, American sysop Scratcher (BASS PLANET) and polish Hedgehog were recruited.
Skid Row left Chromance for F4CG sometime this year, as mentioned in 1943 - The Battle of Midway. In november-december of 1997 they expanded their cooperation with Hungarian demo group Resource, and the two groups now share the internet server c64.rulez.org, where also their popular ftp site GANGSTA'S PARADISE is now hosted. Sphere was kicked out due to inactivity.
Spermbird (swap, also in Excess, 09/95-) left for Laxity in 1999.
Longtime Hungarian coder, fixer and siteop Lion left for Kempelen in 2000.