Jungle Command, The

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Jungle Command, The (TJC)

The Jungle Command is an Amiga demo group.

Members

Current

Netherlands
Boil (John van Dijk, code, 05/88-01/89)
GhettoShark (Peter van Bergenhenegouwe, 05/88-01/89)
Master Blaster (Ron Klaren, music, 05/88)
MCS (Daniel Ockeloen, code, 05-06/88)
TC1 (Ton Meijdam, gfx, new 01/89-90)
Unknown
Artelli (Sander Hassing, gfx, 05/88-01/89)
Dragonsoft (swap, 05/88)
Dr.Fx (music, 01/89)
Exterminator (Mark Langerak, 05/88)
Slide (Peter van Dijk, gfx, 05/88-01/89)
The Fox (music, 01/89)
Travelling Jack (music, 05/88)
Valiar (Yvo Zoer, 05/88)

Group History

TJC is best known for being the first to develop on the original Sound- Tracker. Apart from the original by Karsten Obarski, TJC's was the first hacker-powered version :) They also released the tool Bootleg, first by MCS [88] and then expanded on by Boil [89]. The shoot-em-up game "The Plague" was done by TJC members; coded by Exterminator, graphics by TC1 and music by Master Blaster.


1989
Dutch graphician TC1 joined after the party TJC coarranged in January.

Releases

Jungle Mania (ECS Musicdisk)

Music Invasion I (1988, 21.02, ECS Musicdisk)

Credits 
code
n/a
gfx
n/a
music
"Freaking" by Level4 (MOD format)
"Phalanx II" by Kingsoft (unknown format)
"Happy Phone" by n/a (unknown format)
"Spaceport Theme" by n/a (unknown format)
"HQC Intro" by ???/HQC (unknown format)
"Emmerald Mine II" by ???/Kingsoft (unknown format)
"Q-Up" by n/a (uknown format)
"Otto,Marky Again" by Mark2/Quadlite (Mark II old format)
"Lightforce 1988" by Mark2/Quadlite (Mark II old format)
"Sanxion" by n/a (unknown format)
"Rally Master", "Amegas", "Sleepwalk\Wet Dream" and "Endtheme" by Karsten Obarski/ReLine (MOD format)
"Tjc-Them" by ???/TJC
"Tbr-Intro" and "Tbr-Demo" by n/a (MOD format)
"Clever & Smart" by Holger Gehrmann/ReLine (unknown format)
"Tristar Intro" by MCP/Tristar

Music Invasion II (1988, 01.05, ECS Musicdisk)

Credits 
code
n/a
gfx
n/a
music
"Axel-F, "Queen", "Jarre" by Master Blaster (MOD format)
"Xenon" by David Whittaker (Whittaker format)
"Giana Sisters", "Around the World in 80 Days" (Bethoven format), H. Helcher/Linel
"Adore Your Emulator", "Dial It" by Mike/Sinners
"For Ever Tonight" by Mark2/Quadlite (Mark II format)
"Vortex 42 Theme" by Oberheim/Vortex42
"Eco" by ???/Denton Designs (unknown format)
"SLL" by SLL/BS1

Music Invasion III (pre 1988, .11, ECS Musicdisk, 2 disks)

Jungle Party (1988, end, ECS Demo)

Info
Cooperation with Magnificent Force and Joy.

Non Stop Music (1989, 07.01, ECS Musicdisk)

Credits 
code
Boil
gfx
Ghettoshark (font)
Artelli (picture)
Slide (small font)
music
The Fox
Dr.Fx

Goes CRITICAL (1990, ECS Musicdemo)

Credits 
code
n/a
gfx
TC1
music
n/a