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Perplex

Also known as

  • Challenger
  • Lars Haugseth

Real name: Lars Haugseth

Location: Oslo County, Oslo, Norway Edit location

Perplex is perhaps best known as the coder of the legendary amiga diskmag R.A.W.

The november 1991 diskmagazine R.A.W 1 reported that Perplex was one of the founders of the new Norwegian section of Scoopex.

The february 1992 production First Release announced Perplex had left Scoopex to help form Offence. The diskmagazine R.A.W 2 also reported this.

At The Gathering 1993 in late april, Lord Helmet, Perplex and Kingpin left Pure Metal Coders for Spaceballs.

According to a text file accompanying the Triumph demo Eclipse at The Gathering 1997, Perplex had joined them at this very party.

Productions

Bitplane Surfer - Code (sine generator)
Amiga OCS/ECS - 4K Intro
Offence Jul 2018
Centaur - Code
Amiga OCS/ECS - Intro
Nah-Kolor and Offence Mar 2018
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Offence and Prosonix Jan 2018
Vandalism News #67 - Text (additional staff), Graphics (design, fonts), Code (intro, magazine)
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Offence and Onslaught Nov 2017
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Offence and Prosonix Jan 2017
Vandalism News 66 - Code (magazine), Graphics (design, layout, fonts)
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Offence and Onslaught Nov 2016
Area 64 - Code
Commodore 64 - Demo
Offence and Prosonix Oct 2016
Vandalism News 65 - Graphics, Code
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Offence and Onslaught Sep 2016
Commodore 64 - Demo
Offence and SHAPE Jul 2016
We Are Demo - Code
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Noice and Offence Mar 2016
Vandalism News 64 - Graphics (design, fonts), Code (magazine engine)
Commodore 64 - Diskmag
Offence and Onslaught Jun 2015
RGB - Code
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Offence and Prosonix Oct 2014
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Offence and Prosonix Feb 2014
Scrollwars - Code (as Lars Haugseth)
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Offence and Prosonix Aug 2013
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Offence and Prosonix Feb 2013
Commodore 64 - Demo
Fairlight and Offence and Prosonix Oct 2012
Commodore 64 - Demo
Offence and Prosonix Dec 2011
Commodore 64 - Demo
Offence and Prosonix Oct 2010
R.A.W 9 - Graphics (fonts), Code
Amiga AGA - Diskmag
Spaceballs Nov 1995
R.A.W 8 - Graphics (fonts), Code
Amiga AGA - Diskmag
Spaceballs and Virtual Dreams May 1995
R.A.W 7 - Code
Amiga OCS/ECS - Diskmag
Spaceballs Feb 1995
No Sleeping! - Code
Amiga OCS/ECS - 40k Intro
Offence Apr 1994
R.A.W 6 - Code, Graphics (fonts)
Amiga OCS/ECS - Diskmag
Spaceballs Dec 1993
R.A.W 5 - Graphics (fonts), Code (magazine)
Amiga OCS/ECS - Diskmag
Spaceballs May 1993
R.A.W 4 - Graphics (fonts, design), Code (magazine), Text
Amiga OCS/ECS - Diskmag
Pure Metal Coders Nov 1992
Emotional Breakdown - Code, Graphics (as Challenger)
Commodore 64 - Demo
Offence Jun 1992
Sourcery - Code, Graphics (Font)
Amiga OCS/ECS - Demo
Offence Apr 1992
First Release - Code, Graphics (Charset)
Amiga OCS/ECS - Intro
Offence Feb 1992

Last edited on 15 Jul 2018 by Yoik. See all edits