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bad news #3 by Surprise!Productions [web]
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release date : january 1995
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i like it!
added on the 2003-08-23 18:34:07 by ripper ripper
good mag!
rulezadded on the 2005-10-06 23:20:04 by chavez chavez
there was somekind of a secret part, if you dragged the nipple of that torso with a mouse.. extra mod or something else nice :)
added on the 2005-10-06 23:21:20 by chavez chavez
Bad News was a Polish diskmag that also contained an English section in some of its issues. The main editor of the issues I'm going to review here was Akira of Surprise!Productions, later a member of Pulse. All reviewed issues can be downloaded from {scene.org} (about 700 downloads so far), and they work using {DOSBox}.


Bad News #3

Bad News #3 was released in October 1995 as a co-production of Substance, Surprise!Productions and The Grid. It was coded by Sebl of The Grid. The graphics were from Sketch of
Surprise!Productions. The music was created by Falcon of Substance, Key G of Substance, Raiden of Substance and Scorpik of Surprise!Productions.

After the cute title picture the reader would get to the main menu, where he could choose from among the links Welcome, The Charts, Polish Zone, English Zone, Credits and Advertisement. In total it was more than 800 kbytes of articles, about 100 kbytes of that in English.

The charts were about groups, Polish groups, demos, Polish demos, intros, Polish intros, coders, Polish coders, graphicians, Polish graphicians, musicians, Polish musicians, swappers, Polish swappers, diskmags, unpopular and lame sceners, games, paper magazines, women, films and drinks. 45 people had voted.

In the English Zone, we could find news and rumours as well as "crazy news" (invented fun stuff). There were interviews with Ervin of Abaddon and Gredon of FSN, articles about ripping samples, disk stealing and why there were no swappers charts in other diskmags. There were also some demo reviews, party reports and a quotes corner.

All in all the English Zone of Bad News #3 was quite good compared to other diskmags from those days. The level of grammar was not ideal though.
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