powerman_twb wrote:TDX and Magnum were arrested for fraud.
Nexus went into the Witness Protection Programme.
Flashback Jack faked his own death and now resides in South America.
I (Powerman) gave up a life of coding demos to work on more profitable forms of software.
Ok, that wasn't true (apart from the last bit). After Dreamzone, our last megademo, we finished Cool J Charlie on the Amiga (we'd since abandoned the ST version because it wasn't anywhere near the Amiga version). Our publishers (Rasputin) sent out promo copies to the press to mixed reviews (everything from 45% to 90%+), then they went bankrupt leaving us in the poo. Couldn't find another publisher, in spite of Amiga Action helping us out by putting a demo of the game on one of their coverdisks. Eventually the game got published on various compilations without my permission.
After that we all split up, apart from me and Flashback Jack who's my cousin, can't pick your relatives as they say....
I think I released Waveforms after Dreamzone, now that I think of it, that was probably the last TWB release, notable not so much for it's selection of digi-music (not the best selection I ever made) but for the intro which contained the most offensive scrolltext ever written (by Flashback Jack of course, who else?)
We were having a war at the time with another crew, can't remember the name, they made a TWB logo with a guy shitting on it so we replied with our Waveforms demo.........Ahhh....happy days.
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