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Kingpin

Location: Hafrsfjord, Norway Edit location

Kingpin was a mailtrader, modemtrader, and sysop of the amiga/snes bbs Checkpoint for Spaceballs, Crux, Motion and Access in 1995, for Euphoria in 1996, for Oldskool in 1996, for Royal in 1996 and 1997, and for LSD from 1995 until 1997. He was also long-standing co-editor of the diskmagazine R.A.W.

He signed his trades thus;

- -[kINGPIN/SPBĀ·M!]- -- - --[cHECKPOINT]-- -

Swapper adverts in R.A.W 1 (november 1991), R.A.W 2 (february 1992) and R.A.W 4 (november 1992).

Kingpin left New Wave for Offence some time between february and july of 1992 (it was reported in European Top 20 1 in july). At The Gathering 1993 in late april, Lord Helmet, Perplex and Kingpin left Pure Metal Coders for Spaceballs.

Productions

Flink Joystick Fix - Other (moral support)
Amiga OCS/ECS - Cracktro
Access
R.A.W 5 - Text (co-editor)
Amiga OCS/ECS - Diskmag
Spaceballs May 1993
Velcro Fly 7 - Graphics (pack editor)
Amiga OCS/ECS - Pack
Pure Metal Coders Feb 1993
R.A.W 4 - Text (co-editor)
Amiga OCS/ECS - Diskmag
Pure Metal Coders Nov 1992
R.A.W 3 - Text (co-editor, news editor)
Amiga OCS/ECS - Diskmag
Pure Metal Coders Jun 1992
Sounds Nice! - Text, Other (compiling)
Amiga OCS/ECS - Musicdisk
Offence Apr 1992
R.A.W 2 - Text (co-editor)
Amiga OCS/ECS - Diskmag
Pure Metal Coders Feb 1992
R.A.W 1 - Text (editor)
Amiga OCS/ECS - Diskmag
New Wave and Pure Metal Coders Nov 1991

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