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Group Information For Byterapers

(Founded On: 1 Jan. 1986 )
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Last Updated: 2 Oct. 2012
Added By: flag ViThor


Byterapers' history spans from the year 1986, when four little would-be fellas started using name "Byterapers" on their small releases. In two years group had grown into multi-national and rather famous, starting 1988 on Amiga.

In 1989 the group stopped C-64 activities and concentrated on making career on the Amiga, making rather well there as well. Around 1991-1992 group started a long sleep, resting from earlier efforts and doing a lot of own inner stuff, picnics, ByteParties etc but never finishing any products.

During this six year period Byterapers, known in short as (B), had released around 150 demos on C-64, not counting intros or other small stuff, a countless number of cracks and all-time high position as No:6 in world's cracking-group charts (an activity which was later banned and stopped completely), seven musicdisks on Amiga, about 20 Amiga-demos not counting intros and other small stuff, bunch of weird fun-releases, an uncontested fame of heavy partydudes always drunk, noisy, doing strange stuff, looking strange, wandering from bar to bar but overall being quite harmless.

(B) made comeback in 1994 by releasing the C-64 World of Code -demo in spring'94. This resulted in many scene-awards like:

-comeback of the year
-demogroup of the year
-demo of the year
-coder of the year

Products like the World of Code -series (WOC, WOC 2, WOC 3), Extremes and Follow The Sign III are top notch releases on C-64 -demoscene, and the seven entries in democompetitions C64/PC gained six wins and one second place.

Today Byterapers works still actively. We are scaling down the C-64 side, but have NOT quitted it. There are still a bunch of unused routines to create demo or two, but right now we are concentrating to master the PC as demomachine.

While not exactly active demomakers, we hop on parties and enjoy our lives to the fullest. Even while we might look a bit scary, clothing/size/age, we're friendly folk and accept strangers to chat and visit us.

Active Group Members:
flag Heatbeat (Aleksi Eeben)
flag T-101
flag Walkman (Tor Bernhard Gausen)

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