Phenomena was an Amiga demo group, formed around 1988 by Avalon, who later left the scene. A successor of the group Crack Force Five, they were Swedish-only, stressing friendship as an important reason for this rule. A pure demo group, they are perhaps the ones that made the best trackmo of all times; the fantastic Enigma in march of 1991. While Scoopex' Mental Hangover (from april of 1990) was the first trackmo, Enigma was the one that truly defined the standards of the genre.
In Dream Warrior's first demo, Skulls in may of 1989, they announced Megaman and Kalle had left the group to pursue careers as professional programmers. Swapper advert in Cracker Journal 16 (october 1989), listing an address in Arboga, Sweden.
The group co-organized Phenomena and Censor Party 1990 in january. Cracker Journal 19 (march 1990) reported, "The cooperation between Phenomena and Classic is dead." They travelled to the Amiga Halloween Conference 1990 in november, and competed with Azatoth's debut demo Vectormania, which came first in the competition!
The january 1991 diskmagazine Eurochart 8 reported that Photon, Uno, Judas and Invid all left Phenomena for Scoopex. In june, the group coarranged the Eskilstuna Computer Entertainment Show (ECES) 1991 party in Eskilstuna, Sweden. The august demo Joyride announced Mantronix had joined the group from Razor 1911, a fact solidified by the release of the cooperation musicdisk Crystal Symphonies at the end of the month.
The group co-arranged the Light and Phenomena Easter Party 1992 in april.
The group was coarranger of The Computer Crossroads 1993 in may of 1993.
Phenomena PC was started in 1994 by The Big A, and PleTrex joined after a month. Most of the original members (at least the coders) had quit the demo
business completely, so there was a need for new members. (Source: Murel infofile)