Quadlite was a legendary demo group, based in the city of Würzburg, Germany, where all its members lived. Zeronine coded the mag "Criminal" for Red Sector; only one issue [02/90] was ever released. "Criminal #1" reported that Zeronine and Major Rom had coded a new amiga freezer cartridge! Was this the Nordic Thunder or Action Replay cartrides? Any information welcome.
TO MAJOR ROM: I would certainly like the information, but every attempt to mail you since you mailed me has resulted in it getting bounced back to me!! Send me another, valid email address and we can correspond about fixing the mistakes in here!
Other notable releases from this group was the "Mark II Sound-System" music editor and eventually the game "Crash & Burn". I have conflicting information regarding Zeronine's real name; he was either Ch.Haller or Andreas Scholl. Major Rom's real name is either Martin Zimmer or E. Reinhart.
- Alf (04/88)
- Major Rom (Martin, code, 04/88-02/90)
- Mark II (Darius Zendeh, code music, 04/88)
- Zeronine (Andreas Scholl, code, 04/88-02/90)
Megademo (pre 1989, .11)
El Egg Tronic Quartz (ECS Intro)
Mark II Demo (ECS Intro)
Stormchild Demo (ECS File)
Slideshow (1988, ECS File)
Copper Cabana (1988, .03, ECS File)
David Whittaker Music (1988, 18.04, ECS Demo)
- David Whittaker
The Wabble Sprites (1988, .12, ECS Intro)
Bionic Commando (1989, Demo)
- "Bionic Commando" by Tim Follin.
- Music ripped from the game "Bionic Commando".
Leodemo -Stormed Out- (1989, ECS File)
- The music was ripped from the game "L.E.D. Storm".
Wax 4Mal 8 Im Quadrat (1989, 29.04, ECS File)
- Released at the Piranhas Party.