Sceptic (often spelled with a dollar sign, $ceptic) was born in the middle of 1991 after the group Madhouse Ware changed their name to this. Famous German musician Pink/Abyss was a double member for a short while back in 1994. Sceptic's most known demo related productions are without a doubt the classic "Chipmania"'s! Freedom Crack #11 carried the news that 'Celtic and Laurance joined with 'FIRE AND ICE', but a later source clearly explain that the sysop of said board is Imagic! They did a great looking trainer intro for Supplex, with fab graphics by Flite!
- Can (ex IRIS)
- Flite (gfx music, 92-93)
- Mike (sysop 'GLOBAL CHAOS', previously 'STOLEN SLIME II', ex Byte Busters)
- Viper (swap)
- Imagic (sysop 'FIRE AND ICE', ex 2000 AD, 04/95)
- Artic Cat (sysop 'FORBIDDEN ENTRY')
- Angel Eyes (sysop 'PALE RIDER', ex Submission, new early '93)
- Iluvatar (sysop 'SPATULA CITY')
- Celtic (sysop1 'FIRE AND ICE', new early '93)
- Einstein (Germany? code, '93)
- Laurance (ex Vanish, sysop2 'FIRE AND ICE', new early '93)
- Slime (Germany? 01/94)
- Wigwam (Germany? code, '92)
- "Chipmania #9" was released on the 1st of July, with a new outfit.
- German Loomex joined Byte Busters.
- French musician Hydra (ex Devils) left to be independent.
- Crunchy and Fuszy (coders Amiga+PC sysops 'THE FACTORY') joined TEK.
- See Sceptic/Reviews for personal reviews for these releases.
Diamonds and Rust Cracktro (ECS Intro)
Chipmania #8 (1993, .03?, ECS Musicfilemag)
Optical Illusions (1993, 30.05, Demo)
- Released at The Computer Crossroads '93.
Chipmania #9 (1993, 01.07, ECS Musicfile)
- Flite, Einstein
- HIGH DENSITY (Germany, previously PUMP ACTION)
- BAD RELIGION (USA)
- HIGHLANDER (Austria)
- DREAMLAND (10/96)