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New World Order #1 by TFA Ground Zero
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release date : may 1993
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New World Order was a diskmag by the Dutch group Ground Zero, edited by Nothingface. Eight issues were released in the years 1993-1996. All issues are available at scene.org from where they have been downloaded about 700 times. They work fine using DOSBox. Some of the issues work even without DOSBox.


New World Order #1

New World Order #1 (May 1993) was coded by Nothingface. The graphics were done by Samsman and Nothingsface. The annoying music was composed by Telekinetic of The Flame
Arrows. On my modern PC it only runs if music is toggled on. Mouse control doesn't work even though there are some buttons on the bottom of the screen, you have to use the keyboard. It's a bit confusing that you have to press Space to exit an article, while Escape quits the mag.

The font is not really reader-friendly. The layout of the articles is simple, contiguous, bi-colour (white and red), without inlay images. Some texts were justified by inserting spaces.

Apart from columns we can find in most diskmags, such as news and adverts, there are not many scene-related articles in this diskmag. Three articles deal with television and movies. A joke article is called "The Jesus Hotline". As the crew writes in the editorial, this issue is supposed to be rather a demonstration than a real issue.
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