Group

Radwar Enterprises

- RWE

Also known as

  • Radwar

Radwar was a German C64 group, and originally a subgroup of The Light Circle (TLC). The name Radwar is an abbreviation of the two words "Radiological Warfare". They were legendary for a number of reasons. They were the first to open the top border (1001 Crew, who is credited with 'opening the borders' first in most references, opened the sideborders and not the top/bottom); they arranged legendary copy parties, and also had a legendary performance in the german tv show "Highscore", where they discussed cracking games. That performance was followed by a big police crackdown soon after.

Sex'n'Crime 1 (february 1989) reported, "AFTER THEIR FIRST TWO PARTIES HAVE BEEN QUITE A SUCCESS, THEY DECIDED TO MAKE A THIRD ONE IN SUMMER. IT'LL BE A 3-DAY CAMPING WITH BARBECUE. (NEAR A LITTLE LAKE)".

Productions

Commodore 64 - Invitation
Radwar Mar 2017
Commodore 64 - 4K Intro
Radwar Enterprises Apr 2007
Amiga OCS/ECS - Intro
Hoodlum and Radwar and Spreadpoint and Tristar and Red Sector Inc. Oct 1995
Amiga OCS/ECS - Intro
Radwar and Spreadpoint and Tristar and Red Sector Inc. Dec 1993
The Paranoida Complex Pre-release + - Other (original supply) (as Radwar)
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Beastie Boys 1988
Paper - Papermag
Commando Frontier and Radwar and The Light Circle Dec 1987
Illegal 21 - Text (Editor) (as Radwar)
Paper - Papermag
Jeff Smart Sep 1987
Commodore 64 - Demo
Radwar Enterprises Sep 1987
Illegal 20 - Text
Paper - Papermag
German Spreading Service Aug 1987
Bazooka Bill - Other (original supply) (as Radwar)
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
The Light Circle Dec 1986
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Radwar Enterprises / The Light Circle Nov 1986
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Crackman Crew and Radwar Enterprises Jun 1986
Commodore 64 - Demo
Radwar Enterprises 1986

Member productions

Commodore 64 - 4K Intro
AVH and Crisp and MWS / Radwar Apr 2001

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