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Gore

- GORE

Real name: Samuli SyvƤhuoko

Location: Espoo, Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland Edit location

Gore acted as an organizer in Future Crew. He's the key-founder of Assembly and was a main organizer of the event from 1992 to 1994; Furthermore, he founded Remedy Entertainment and Fathammer, both Games companies.

Gore worked on a number of games, including Death Rally (1996), Max Payne (2001), Geopod (2002), Stunt Run (2003), Stuntcar Extreme (2003), Men in Black II: Alien Pursuit (2003), Stuntcar Extreme Advanced (2004), Spy Hunter: Missile Crisis (2004), Geopod XE (2004), Fathammer Classics (2004), Super Stardust HD (2007), Super Stardust HD Complete (2008), Sil: The Silhouette Game (2008), Cities in Motion (2011) and Ridge Racer Unbounded (2012).

Member of

Productions

Commodore 64 - Intro
Finnish Gold Aug 2020
Hugi #24 - Text (interviewed)
Windows - Diskmag
Hugi Jan 2002
MS-Dos - Invitation
Future Crew and Sonic PC Jul 1994
MS-Dos - Invitation
Future Crew and Sonic PC Apr 1994
Graphics
Gore / Future Crew Dec 1993
Second Reality - Graphics (additonal design)
MS-Dos - Demo
Future Crew Jul 1993
MS-Dos - Invitation
Future Crew Jun 1993
Worldcharts #1 - Text (Main Editor)
MS-Dos - Diskmag
Future Crew May 1993
MS-Dos - Invitation
Future Crew Nov 1992
MS-Dos - Invitation
Future Crew Aug 1992
Unreal - Graphics
MS-Dos - Demo
Future Crew Jul 1992

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