Author

Slummy
Coder, Music Artist, Texter, Graphics Artist

  • Known as active since 1995
  • Country: Norway
  • Known as member of Spaceballs since 1995, Zymosis since 2011, Boozoholics since 2007
  • Also with this name: Slummy (Digital Artists Inc) (FI)

Jobs in Releases

  
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Title Group Category Year
downloadDistortion
on Distance 99

Job: Code
Spaceballs
Demo
AGA Chipset required
10/99
downloadDubzilla
on TRSAC 2014

Job: Code
Spaceballs
64k Intro
cc10/14
added 10/14
downloadsEmperor of the North Pole
on Solskogen 2014

Job: Code, Design
Spaceballs
Demo
OCS Chipset
z7/14
added 7/14
downloadsEurochart 40
Job: Code (intro)
Depth & Iris
Diskmagazine
AGA Chipset required
4/00
added 5/00
downloadEurochart 40 Intro
Job: Code
Spaceballs
Intro
AGA Chipset required
4/00
added 1/07
downloadFettkrem
on Solskogen 2006

Job: Code
Kvasigen & Spaceballs
Demo
AGA Chipset required
7/06
added 7/06
downloadFistpig
on Assembly 2003

Job: Code
Ephidrena & Spaceballs
4k Intro
AGA Chipset required
8/03
downloadFog Room
on Kindergarden 2001 (2017-16)

Job: Code
Spaceballs
4k Intro
11/01
added 11/11
downloadFuckoff 9007
on Breakpoint 2004

Job: Code
Boozoholics
Demo
AGA Chipset required
cc4/04
added 1/15
downloadFunky Sheep
Job: Code
Spaceballs
Demo
AGA Chipset required
8/97

Interviews with Slummy

Interview found inTypeAuthorYear
downloadD.I.S.C 12Diskmagazine
interviews
Gods & Iris
Darkhawk - Dr. Doom - Dran - ...
a1/02

Interview Text

INTERVIEW WITH SLUMMY/SPACEBALLS


By Zerox/Gods


INTRODUCTION

As a short introduction, please tell the readers a few words about
yourself, your function and what you want to achieve in the scene?

I was born in 1978, and my real name is Remi Johan Pedersen. At the moment 
I'm the only active coder in Spaceballs, and I've also been organizing the 
group since the summer of 1997.

When did you enter the scene and how did you first get attracted to it?

When I got my first c64 in 1989 it didn't 
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