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Abyss 07

Death Demon 2010-04-26 23:56
Changeling, drop me a line sometime! I've been trying to get in touch with you for years. Go over to and PM me there. Exchange emails or something. Not sure where you are/what you're doing anymore and would love to chat.
TWR 2010-01-06 16:22
@Changeling: ...and I'm sad to see that it's only you and me that cares about it... :-(
Changeling 2010-01-06 06:16
This site is going Dead SINCE the Login requirment...

Hello, No more Postings!

Changeling/Abyss 2009-08-17 19:17
Dont forget to check out the great Demos we did back in 80's
DEMISE (last Abyss production)
jimmy 2009-07-27 05:31
Abyss "We Kick Ass" Greetings to all Elites from the 80's, especially Abyss members.. Changeling,Doppleganger,Raster blaster,Agent X
sim 2009-02-12 18:18
yep, copy/paste from exotica. Anyway, good memories, Abyss dudes!
ZeSmasher 2009-02-09 09:09
looks like a copy/paste txt to me :) Hey Changeling, I always liked those Abyss releases!
Changeling/Abyss 2009-02-09 07:00
here is a little Abyss History:
USA> Changeling (code, 12/87-02/88), Doppleganger (crack, 01-02/88),
Jimmy Z (sysop ABYSS HQ, 88), Longshot (import, 01-02/88), Raster
Blaster (code, new 01-02/88), The Last Dragon (code import, 88), The
Sorcerer (import, 88), Whiplash (01-02/88).

Boards; THE CONCENTRATION CAMP (usa, 01/88).

Abyss was an usa-based demo and cracking group.
1989 - Toad and Mr.Stack (both ex Galaxy) left for Paramount in december,
after a brief stay.

Hardcore (1988, 05.01, File).
code: Changeling, gfx: see review, music: see review.
review: What we have here is a six-part demo, entirely done by The
Changeling. The graphics and music are all ripped, from games like IK+,
Test Drive, Project: Stealth Fighter, Commando and Rampart. As you might
expect, this doesn't offer a lot in terms of variation or fabulous
graphics, but comes across as an early, fair demo. No frills, though.
Raster Blaster was welcomed as a member in a part dated 04.01-88.

Hardrock (1988, File, 3 parts).
code: Raster Blaster, gfx: uncredited, ripped, music: ripped.
review: Though technically a demo, Abyss still persist in calling this a
'music selector' due to the high amount of ripped music; none of which is
credited. Design is nothing special, just average, and so is the code.
TWR 2006-08-10 10:34
Ah, the famous Super Mario intro. Great stuff, good music too.

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