Group

Triad

(c64) - 3AD

Triad are a primarily Swedish c64 (and to some extent Amiga) demo and cracking group. Triad was originally formed on July 28th, 1986 as a merger of three smaller Swedish entities; 3001 (Lucifer, Skydive, Ixion from Västerås), Crackers of Dawn (C.O.D) (Arrow and Fred from Stockholm), and the two-man crew RND and Mr. Z from Gothenburg. This formed a triangle on the Swedish map, which was an inspiration for taking that particular name. Another cracker was an early recruit, 3D contributed releases as early as october of that year (see Fist II).

A crack intro released in august of 1987 mentions new swedish members joining. Legendary cracker Mr.Z left the scene this year. However, the group received a serious boost in september, when the entire group Relax joined them, including talented cracker Janitor to take over the void left by Mr.Z! At the end of december, they coarranged the Triad & Fairlight Copy Party 1987 in Huddinge, Sweden.

The group's leader and supplier Ixion went to university in the summer of 1988, and could therefore no longer control Triad. Thanks to a few members like 801DC they managed to keep it going until they could find a new general manager. Jerry (and his son, Sergeant Pepper) was recruited to the group for this purpose, and Jerry remained the leader of the group until his death in 2010. Swedish cracker Rowdy left for Heptagon in september. German editor of the papermag Illegal, Jeff Smart, left for Scouse Cracking Group in october of 1988, after 8 1/2 months in Triad. German coder T'Kay followed him to Scouse Cracking Group in december.

Two small demos were released at the Horizon and Equinoxe party in may of 1989, Raster Blast by Bob and Vinter Mums by 801DC. The group suffered the loss of a lot of members when swedes Euzkera, Bob, Taito, Sensei, Psycho, Contring, Swallow, Guran, Shark, CRT and Dragon left to form a new group called Censor Design. Things went from bad to worse when also Squelch, Codex, Slaygon and Darklord also decided to move on to Censor a little later. In november, they co-hosted a party in Bålsta, Sweden with Light and Oneway. In december they were reinforced when swedish cracker Tycoon joined them from Light.

Swedish graphician Wilson joined from Level 11 in june of 1990. In august, crackers Tycoon and Injun Inc. both left to rejoin Light. News in Amok's Sex'n'Crime 16 that they both left for Oneway would seem to be false. Swede Stanz was kicked in september, and rejoined Dynamix. Swedish cracker Watchman left for Fairlight around november. The new diskmagazine Gamers Guide 1 was released in late november or early december, and announced The Golden Child left the scene around november to concentrate on school and real life. In fact, this was a blatant lie, since The Golden Child was in fact identical to BOTH graphician Otto von Bismarck and editor William Godwin of the same mag.

Gamers Guide 2 and 3 were released in january of 1991. Gamers Guide 4 followed in early february, released in conjunction with the demo Utopia. Sometime during february, Swedish swapper and sysop Pimpernell joined from Triumph. Issue 5 announced editor William Goodwin's cut-back on swapping, in order to have more time for the guide. His old contacts were given to their new Swedish megswapper Cleric, who joined from Chaos Ind. It also announced that there is no longer any Triad Amiga section, that Daw had left Censor to rejoin, and that Chorus had left Flash Inc to rejoin. Gamers Guide 6 announced that the group had recruited another swapper, Dutch. Spirou and the board Future Zone had also been recruited, while coder and cracker Hero had left for Light. Then came easter, and every group in Sweden travelled to the Horizon Easter Party 1991. Shortly after came the release of Gamers Guide 7, which carried the false news that William Godwin had been killed in a car accident, and that Bismarck had taken over his duties. The two were, in fact, the same person - and no accident had taken place. It also announced Verdun and Metal Maniac had left the scene. Recently joined Cleric failed to make good on his promise of supplying hot originals, and was therefore kicked in april. In response to this, he spread a harsh note accusing Triad of cheating in the Gamers Guide. They adressed his accusations in Gamers Guide 8 - which also announced Pimpernell leaving the group for Science 451 after only two months. Rumours were going around that Bismarck and Tracer had also joined, but these were false. After a small delay due to group reorganizing and the development of a new intro and code, Gamers Guide 9 was out in may. Lots of news about Triad since last time; their american board Fabulous Disaster finally left them, since noone in Triad called it. The board is now in F4CG. God alone knows what happened to WARES DOMINE, by the way, that joined from Paramount in the very first months of the year? Also Swedish sysop Spirou (FUTURE ZONE) left after two months, teaming up with Light, leaving Triad without a single board. Instead of recruiting new ones, Jerry started working on THE STUDIO with an eye to having it up as soon as possible. The final blow was dealt when Swedish graphicians (and brothers) Akay and Skywize left the group for Science 451 after a short membership. But all was far from black, since the group was also seriously reinforced in may - Swedish swappers Tranziie and Raven joined, as well as coder Kravin (who did the intro for the new Gamers Guide). As if this was not enough, they also recruited four Germans from Hitmen; Curlin, Thunder, Racoon and Alfatech - and as a bonus got their diskmag "ViNews". Issue #8 was already released under the Triad label by the time GG #9 was out. Alfatech joined the army in october. Triad debuted on the Amiga with First Amiga Intro in october, listing Aragorn, Cruiser, De Meyer, Emax, Kap, Musse, Psychopath (in november, R.A.W 1 reported that Psychopath had left Amaze for Triad), Shark, Skyhigh, Sultan, Sweda Head, Trooper and Harakiri in Sweden, Phantomas and Rampower in Germany, Chris in The Netherlands, Flyboy and The Hacker in the USA as active members on the Amiga.

Cracker and supplier Ream joined from Hotline (who had just died) in january of 1992. He eventually left to form Accuse and finally wound up in Alpha Flight 1970. The july amiga release A Small Intro announced Ironsaxe (gfx) as a new member. Stiff and Mercy joined Epic, likely in december (or possibly january next year).

Mr.Ammo joined from Blaze in january of 1993. Swedes Bismarck (aka Otto von Bismarck) and Aktie (Linus) both quit early this year. Scope and Midnight Mover (sysop ILLUSION OF REALITY) both joined from Vision in may. Scope moved on to Genesis Project, while swedish swapper Tech (David Annergran) left the scene for his newfound girlfriend. Swedish swapper Dutch (new 03/91) joined Dual Crew early this year. Sailor rejoined, and the board KINETIC DREAMS was recruited to be the new WHQ in may. Swedish swapper Incubus (Robin Forsberg, ex Antic, new early93) left the c64 for the amiga scene around june - Incubus was likely sweden's biggest swapper at the time. Swedes Dane, Johan, Tango and Twoflower were all recruited from Twilight in august with their mag "Arise". This meant that Triad now had two mags, "Arise" and "Gamers Guide". Over time, Dane developed his skills so that he was now also a musician. He released his first tune at the Tribute 94 party in november.

September of 1994 brought about a quick reorganizing; Vain (swap) and Tao (code crack) joined, Slice rejoined, while Trident (later to resurface in Active) and Achilles (Jonas Almqvist) left the scene; Owen (gfx) joined Agony; Swedish swapper Tranziie left the active memberstatus and finally Midnight Mover reopened ILLUSION OF REALITY. At the Tribute Party in november, Iopop joined from JAM. The idea was that he would make a new diskmag (he had previously released 12 issues of "Jamaica" for his previous group) for Triad, but those plans eventually fell through.

The Swedish bbs Virtual Light opened in january 1996.

Swedish coder and graphician Hollowman is no longer a member as of 2002.

Sailor returned to active status in the early months of 2003.

Iopop contributed an intro (in cooperation with Dane/Crest) for Oxyron's diskmag Attitude 7 in january of 2004.

On the 28th of July 2011, TRIAD turned 25 years old and celebrated with the release of Attitude 12 in cooperation with Oxyron, as well as a new homepage. On august 8th, Itch's csdb profile was updated indicating he was no longer a member of Triad. On december 21st, Archimedes and Lynx were announced as new members, and three days later Lynx made his comeback as a cracker with the release of Pot Nabber + - 17 years after his last c64 release.

On february 13th, 2012 new members Aristotle, Ruk and Houbba were announced on the homepage. On march 4th, Itch's csdb profile was edited to reflect that he was back in Triad. On march 22nd, Spot's csdb profile was updated to the fact that he had left Triad - and his profile on the Triad homepage further revealed that he had left the c64 scene altogether to focus on the Amiga with Up Rough. On april 14th, Triad announced a further two new recruits; Icon and Abaddon had both joined the group. The Triad homepage listed the following people as active members as of may 6th, 2012 - King Fisher, Ca$h, Twoflower, Tao, Iopop, Taper, ne7, Dalezy, cmp, Itch, Sirols, Bepp, Romppainen, Lynx, Archimedes, Aristotle, Ruk, Houbba, Icon and Abaddon.

During Datastorm 2013 in february, Malmix and Pezac joined the group (as reported in the party report published in Attitude 14). The group co-arranged Baroque Floppy People 2013 in august and Gerp 2013 in september.

The group coarranged Gubbdata 2016 in Lund, Sweden in july, celebrating the 30th anniversary of the group at the same time.

Productions

Commodore 64 - Graphics
Triad Jul 2017
Commodore 64 - Musicdisk
Triad / The Increasing Popularity Crew Jul 2017
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Jun 2017
Commodore 64 - Invitation
Artline and Extend and Triad Feb 2017
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Feb 2017
Commodore 64 - Intro
Triad Jan 2017
Commodore 64 - Musicdisk
Triad Jul 2016
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Triad Jul 2016
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Jul 2016
Commodore 64 - Invitation
Genesis Project and Triad Apr 2016
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Triad Dec 2015
Commodore 64 - Musicdisk
Triad Mar 2015
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Feb 2015
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Triad Sep 2014
Commodore 64 - Game
Triad Mar 2014
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Feb 2014
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Triad Sep 2013
Triad Sep 2013
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Aug 2013
Commodore 64 - Invitation
Durex and Genesis Project and Hack'n'Trade and Judas and Triad May 2013
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Apr 2013
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Feb 2013
Amiga OCS/ECS - 1K Intro
Triad Feb 2013
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad and Zone45 Feb 2013
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Oxyron and Triad Sep 2012
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Jun 2012
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad May 2012
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad May 2012
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Apr 2012
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Jan 2012
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Jan 2012
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Jan 2012
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Jan 2012
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Dec 2011
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Dec 2011
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Aug 2011
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Aug 2011
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Oxyron and Triad Jul 2011
Commodore 64 - Musicdisk
Triad Jul 2011
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Feb 2011
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Oxyron and Triad Dec 2010
Commodore 64 - Musicdisk
Triad Oct 2010
Commodore 64 - Musicdisk
Triad Feb 2010
Commodore 64 - Demo
The Force and Triad Oct 2009
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Aug 2008
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Jun 2008
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Jul 2007
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad and Tristar & Red Sector Inc. and Vision Jul 2007
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Mar 2007
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Mar 2007
Commodore 64 - Demo
Focus and Horizon and Instinct and Triad Oct 2006
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Oct 2006
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Aug 2006
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Jul 2006
Commodore 64 - 4K Intro
Triad Apr 2006
Commodore 64 - Tool
Triad Feb 2006
Commodore 64 - Tool
Triad Feb 2006
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Feb 2006
Commodore 64 - Demo
Horizon and Instinct and Triad Aug 2005
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Booze Design and Fairlight and Triad Apr 2005
Commodore 64 - 4K Intro
Triad Mar 2005
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Feb 2005
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Feb 2005
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Feb 2005
Commodore 64 - Musicdisk
Triad Feb 2005
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Jul 2004
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Jul 2004
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Feb 2004
Commodore 64 - Musicdisk
Ageema Blues and Triad May 2003
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Feb 2003
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Feb 2002
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Jul 2001
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Apr 2001
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Feb 2001
Nintendo GameBoy Color (GBC) - Demo
Triad Dec 2000
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Dec 2000
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Jul 2000
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Nov 1999
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Jun 1999
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Aug 1998
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Apr 1998
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad 1997
Commodore 64 - Slideshow
Triad 1996
The Black Lotus and Triad May 1995
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Nov 1994
Amiga OCS/ECS - Diskmag
Triad Oct 1994
Amiga OCS/ECS - Diskmag
Triad Jan 1994
Amiga AGA - Musicdisk
Triad 1994
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Jul 1992
Amiga OCS/ECS - Intro
Triad Jul 1992
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Jun 1992
Amiga OCS/ECS - Intro
Triad Nov 1991
Amiga OCS/ECS - Intro
Triad Oct 1991
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Aug 1991
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Triad May 1991
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Triad Apr 1991
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Triad Apr 1991
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Mar 1991
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Triad Mar 1991
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Triad Mar 1991
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Feb 1991
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Triad Feb 1991
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Triad Jan 1991
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Triad Jan 1991
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Triad Dec 1990
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Dec 1990
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Nov 1990
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Nov 1990
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad 1990
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Jan 1990
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad May 1989
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad May 1989
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad May 1989
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad May 1989
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad May 1989
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad May 1989
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Feb 1989
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Sep 1988
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Aug 1988
Paper - Papermag
Triad Jul 1988
Paper - Papermag
Triad May 1988
Paper - Papermag
Triad Apr 1988
Paper - Papermag
Triad Mar 1988
Paper - Papermag
Triad Feb 1988
Commodore 64 - Tool
Triad 1988
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
The Dirty Dozen and Triad 1988
Commodore 64 - Demo
Triad Nov 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Oct 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Sep 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad 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
Triad Jul 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Jun 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Jun 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Jun 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad May 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad May 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad May 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Mar 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Jan 1987
Commodore 64 - Tool
Triad 1987
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Dec 1986
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Dec 1986
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Nov 1986
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Nov 1986
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Oct 1986
Commodore 64 - Cracktro
Triad Oct 1986

Member productions

Commodore 64 - Graphics
Ilesj / Triad Feb 2017
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Twoflower / Triad Feb 2017
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Vent / Triad Nov 2016
Tracked Music
Dalezy / Triad Oct 2016
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Icon and Vent / Triad Sep 2016
Commodore 64 - Music
ne7 / Triad Jul 2016
Commodore 64 - Music
Dalezy / Triad Jul 2016
Commodore 64 - Music
ne7 / Triad Jul 2016
Commodore 64 - Music
ne7 / Triad Jul 2016
Commodore 64 - Music
ne7 / Triad Jul 2016
Commodore 64 - Music
Dalezy / Triad Jul 2016
Commodore 64 - Music
ne7 / Triad Jul 2016
Commodore 64 - Music
ne7 / Triad Jul 2016
Commodore 64 - Music
Con / Triad Jul 2016
Commodore 64 - Music
ne7 / Retroguru ^ Triad Jul 2016
Commodore 64 - Music
Dalezy / Triad Jul 2016
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Ilesj / Triad Jul 2016
Tracked Music
Dalezy / Still ^ Triad Dec 2015
Commodore 64 - Music
ne7 / Retroguru ^ Triad Dec 2015
Commodore 64 - Music
Con / Triad Dec 2015
Commodore 64 - Music
Dalezy / Triad Dec 2015
Tracked Music
Vent / Triad Sep 2015
Tracked Music
ne7 / Triad Nov 2014
Tracked Music
ne7 / Triad Nov 2014
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Ilesj / Triad Oct 2014
Streaming Music
Dalezy / Still ^ Triad Oct 2014
Commodore 64 - Music
Dalezy / Triad Sep 2014
Commodore 64 - Music
ne7 / Triad Sep 2014
Commodore 64 - Music
ne7 / Triad Sep 2014
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Vent / Triad May 2014
Commodore 64 - Music
ne7 / Triad Feb 2014
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Malmix / Triad Feb 2014
Commodore 64 - Music
ne7 / Triad Nov 2013
Commodore 64 - Music
ne7 / Triad Sep 2013
Commodore 64 - Music
Abaddon / Triad Sep 2013
Commodore 64 - Music
Abaddon / Triad Apr 2013
Commodore 64 - Music
King Fisher / Triad Apr 2013
Graphics
Vent / Triad Apr 2013
Commodore 64 - Music
Vent / Triad Apr 2013
Tracked Music
Dalezy / Triad Mar 2013
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Twoflower / Triad Feb 2013
Commodore 64 - Music
ne7 / Triad Feb 2013
Music
ne7 / Triad Sep 2012
Tracked Music
ne7 / Triad Sep 2012
Commodore 64 - Music
Dalezy / Triad Sep 2012
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Romppainen / Triad Jun 2012
Commodore 64 - Music
Dalezy / Triad Apr 2012
Commodore 64 - Music
ne7 / Triad Apr 2012
Graphics
Spot / Divine Stylers ^ Triad ^ Up Rough Feb 2012
Commodore 64 - Music
ne7 / Triad Feb 2012
Tracked Music
Dalezy / Rebels ^ Still ^ Triad Aug 2011
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Twoflower / Triad Aug 2011
Commodore 64 - Music
ne7 / Triad Jul 2011
Commodore 64 - Music
Dalezy / Triad Jul 2011
Commodore 64 - Music
Avalon / Triad Jul 2011
Executable Music
Dalezy / Triad Apr 2011
Tracked Music
ne7 / Dual Crew Shining ^ Napalm ^ Rebels ^ Scoopex ^ Triad ^ UKScene Allstars Sep 2010
ASCII
ne7 / Dual Crew Shining ^ Napalm ^ Rebels ^ Scoopex ^ Triad ^ UKScene Allstars Sep 2010
Commodore 64 - Tracked Music
ne7 / Triad Sep 2010
Streaming Music
ne7 / Dual Crew Shining ^ Napalm ^ Rebels ^ Scoopex ^ Triad ^ UKScene Allstars Sep 2010
Windows - Executable Music
Dalezy / Rebels ^ Still ^ Triad Apr 2010
Commodore 64 - Executable Music
Dalezy / Triad Apr 2010
Commodore 64 - Music
ne7 / Triad Feb 2010
ASCII
ne7 / Triad Feb 2010
Tracked Music
ne7 / Triad Sep 2009
Streaming Music
ne7 / Dual Crew Shining ^ Napalm ^ Rebels ^ Scoopex ^ Triad Sep 2009
ASCII
ne7 / Dual Crew Shining ^ Napalm ^ Rebels ^ Scoopex ^ Triad Sep 2009
ASCII
ne7 / Triad Aug 2009
Executable Music
ne7 / Triad Apr 2009
Graphics
cmp / Triad Jun 2008
Commodore 64 - Executable Music
ne7 / Triad Mar 2008
Commodore 64 - Executable Music
Dalezy / MadWizards ^ Rebels ^ Triad Mar 2008
Executable Music
Dalezy / MadWizards ^ Rebels ^ Triad Mar 2008
Graphics
DCMP / Triad Feb 2008
Tracked Music
ne7 / Napalm ^ Rebels ^ Scoopex ^ Triad Dec 2007
Executable Music
ne7 / Triad Dec 2007
Streaming Music
ne7 / Napalm ^ Rebels ^ Scoopex ^ Triad Dec 2007
ZX Spectrum - Tracked Music
Dalezy / Rebels ^ Triad Nov 2007
Streaming Music
ne7 / Napalm ^ Rebels ^ Scoopex ^ Triad Sep 2007
ASCII
ne7 / Napalm ^ Rebels ^ Scoopex ^ Triad Sep 2007
Music
ne7 / Triad Aug 2007
Commodore 64 - Music
Linus / Triad ^ ViruZ May 2007
Executable Music
Dalezy / Triad Apr 2007
Amiga OCS/ECS - Music
Spot / Triad ^ Up Rough Mar 2007
Amiga AGA - Graphics
Spot / Triad ^ Up Rough Mar 2007
Commodore 64 - Graphics
DCMP / Triad Mar 2007
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Tao / Triad Mar 2007
Commodore 64 - Music
Dalezy / Triad Mar 2007
Tracked Music
ne7 / Napalm ^ Rebels ^ Scoopex ^ Triad Oct 2006
Commodore 64 - Music
Dalezy / Triad Aug 2006
Commodore 64 - Graphics
DCMP / Triad Aug 2006
Commodore 64 - Graphics
DCMP / Triad Jul 2006
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Tao / Triad Jul 2006
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Twoflower / Triad Jul 2006
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Spot / Triad Jul 2006
Executable Music
ne7 / Triad Apr 2006
Executable Music
Dalezy / MadWizards ^ Rebels ^ Triad Apr 2006
Executable Music
Dalezy / MadWizards ^ Rebels ^ Triad Apr 2006
Music
ne7 / Triad Sep 2005
Music
ne7 / Napalm ^ Rebels ^ Scoopex ^ Triad Sep 2005
Music
ne7 / Napalm ^ Rebels ^ Scoopex ^ Triad Sep 2005
Tracked Music
Dalezy / Scoopex ^ Triad Aug 2005
Tracked Music
Dalezy / Scoopex ^ Triad Aug 2005
Executable Music
Dalezy / Scoopex ^ Triad Mar 2005
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Twoflower / Triad Feb 2005
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Wiggen / Triad Feb 2005
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Wiggen / Triad Jul 2004
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Twoflower / Triad Feb 2004
Commodore 64 - Music
Twoflower / Triad Feb 2004
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Spot / Triad Feb 2003
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Twoflower / Triad Feb 2003
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Twoflower / Triad Aug 2002
Gfx
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Wiggen / Triad Aug 2002
Nintendo GameBoy (GB) - Music
Twoflower / Triad Aug 2002
Nintendo GameBoy (GB) - Graphics
Twoflower / Triad Aug 2002
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Twoflower / Triad Feb 2002
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Twoflower / Triad Jul 2001
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Hollowman / Triad Jul 2001
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Music
Twoflower / Triad Jul 2001
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Hollowman / Triad Feb 2001
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Hollowman / Triad Jul 2000
Commodore 64 - Music
The Dungeon Master / Triad Apr 1998
Commodore 64 - Music
King Fisher / Triad Apr 1998
Commodore 64 - Music
King Fisher / Triad Apr 1998
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Sliver / Triad Apr 1997
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Taper / Triad Dec 1996
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Sliver / Triad Jul 1996
Commodore 64 - Music
Tango / Triad Dec 1993
Commodore 64 - Music
Dane and Trident / Triad Dec 1993
Commodore 64 - Graphics
Dane / Triad Dec 1993
Tracked Music
Higa / Triad Nov 1991
Tracked Music
Emax / Triad Oct 1991
Tracked Music
Xenox / Triad Feb 1991

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