Live Interview with
(The boring Crew) Part
Alive: Ah yes I heard your musician DaFool also made a 12" vinyl
referring to the "Blue Oyster Bar".
TBC: That's right, it's called "Meet him at the Blue Oyster Bar"
and was released by B.I.T. productions, he wrote it when he
first met xBore and me there. B.I.T. productions was later
renamed to the Bits Club.
DaFool cruising through a backyard
Alive: What are your plans for the future?
TBC: Well, we will continue to produce quality releases like in
the past. We believe in high grade stuff, you know. As always we
will make sure to use only the best code and graphics for our
demos. Take the music for example, it's a piece of art. It's
randomness is awesome, it reflects the erratic paths of our code
and sets a perfect counterweight to the terrific graphics. The
whole thing is supported by the most beautiful choice of
colours. We usually get our palettes from a blind polish coder,
this guy has style and besides he has a really big moustache.
Alive: Have you ever tempted to make anything else apart from
your brainblasting demos?
TBC: We made several roleplaying games with aide of the VCS
(Volestrangler Construction Kit). The aim of the games was to
stick our huge swords into the back of the enemies, but
unfortunately Nintendo stole our idea and called it Zelda.
Alive: Was this the only game you were working on?
TBC: No, we also started on a shoot em up done in STOS it was
called "Lethal Mistress" but again we got ripped off. When we
showed it to a guy from Germany at the Atari fair in 1990 he
stole our sources while we were looking for a nicely trimmed
moustache and published the game with a strange error in the
title, I guess he couldn't get around our encryption. However
this wasn't half as bad as the theft of our "Turricunt" concept
by that Trenz guy.
Alive: Do you also like to play games?
TBC: Well DaFool likes games that feature dark places packed
with lots of black dressed enemies while xBore usually plays
alone. I just like to watch them play, and I have to admit that
my joystick is a bit shop-soiled, it could really use some
serious gaming action...
Alive: Where do you see yourself in five years?
TBC: We will have crushed our opponents by that time. The pure
mass of our releases will make them beg for mercy, but mercy is
something we never grant, so honestly I guess we will release
Alive: There are rumours that a new members are about to join
TBC, what can you tell us about him?
TBC: You seem to be very well informed. Yes that's true. We will
change our crew name to "The bare Cochones" when the new guys
will join us. Their names are "Shaven1" and "RazorMate", they
still need to grow their moustaches. Once that is done we will
Alive: Now let's face the unavoidable Alive brainstorming test.
Let's see how much brains you guys have.
T:esticles, we like them bare...
B:alls, we love to play...
C:ochones, we got em...
I:nterlocked, is the state we are in, most of the time...
S:have the bush, so you can see the tree...
P:ussies, French ones
U:p your ass
F:eet, especially cheesy ones
A:ss, no comments
K:inky, kiss! Kiss! We love it!
E:at my dick...
Alive: Thanks a lot for inviting us to your place, I guess you
will have a bright future with lots of releases, would you like
to add some final words?
TBC: Stay loyal to the scene, stay Amiga!
Alive: Well, whatever :)
Alive Team for Alive, 2005-10-16