Fuzzby #0 by Fuzzion [web]
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release date : december 1999
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Parody of Wildbits Wilby 4Kb diskmag. Fuzzby is not really a diskmag, but more fuzzion specific. It contains info on the group mainly. It's not really an outstanding production, but it's fun to watch, specially if you like fuzzion.
added on the 2000-08-21 14:40:49 by sin sin
A fuzzion presentation like diskmag in 4k(like wilby), and with music
added on the 2000-09-04 18:57:39 by reality3D reality3D
The project never went on. But it ruled!
rulez added on the 2003-03-02 19:27:47 by Optimus Optimus
Optimus, this was only a parody of the "wilby diskmag" with more features (sound, a background effect...)
added on the 2003-03-29 17:49:22 by bp bp
broken link
added on the 2003-04-01 15:17:02 by dipswitch dipswitch
The download link of this nice parody is now working again.
Fuzzby was the name of a 4k diskmag by the Spanish group Fuzzion. The idea of 4k diskmags was originally developed by Spock, who is also from Spain. He created the 4k diskmag Wilby. When the new group Fuzzion was founded as a merger of three smaller Spanish groups (DSK, Savage and MCD), they decided to release a 4k diskmag to present themselves to the scene. The result was Fuzzby #0. This one and only issue of Fuzzby can be downloaded from {scene.org}. It's a diskmag for MS-DOS, but it also works on modern PCs even without the DOSBox emulator.

Fuzzby #0

Fuzzby #0 was released on December 23rd, 1999. According to the credits, the main editors of this issue were Sml and Ufix. When you run the mag, the first thing you get to see is the title screen, with a Fuzzby logo and a background animation which will accompany you throughout the whole mag. Music starts playing in the background; it is pretty good considering that it fits in just 4k. To get to the first article, you have to press the right cursor key. The font is pretty big and well-readable. You switch from article to article using the cursor keys, there's no menu. To scroll, you also use the cursor keys.

The content mainly revolved around the Fuzzion group. A list of members is presented, and there are charts about who's the laziest Fuzzion member and what Fuzzion member is the biggest IRC addicts. Only members of Fuzzion voted in these charts. In addition, there's an article about the popularity of the Spanish scene in the world. Several sceners from other countries were asked what Spanish demoscene groups and productions they knew, and their answers were printed in this magazine. Many said they knew only Iguana and a few others.

Attached to Fuzzby #0 is a votesheet in which the question is posed whether Fuzzion should continue releasing Fuzzby. Probably the results were negative, as Fuzzby #0 remained the only issue of Fuzzby ever released.
added on the 2008-11-08 17:43:22 by Adok Adok
what the fuzz =)
rulez added on the 2010-01-24 23:51:41 by T$ T$
Nice, nice :)
rulez added on the 2011-08-02 08:01:55 by closed closed
Very nice!
rulez added on the 2022-06-27 10:13:28 by ham ham
Cute ;)
rulez added on the 2022-06-27 11:35:46 by bitl bitl

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