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Zine #4 - 88 - Interview With Level 4 (2/4)

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Interview With Level 4 (2/4)
by Chester of Brainstorm

6. Let's go to an other topic. Give us a short list of the best productions of LEVEL 4.
-I cannot say that something is best because we release different kind of stuff. We make demos, tool, games, music so you should ask other people for their opinion about our products. Maybe the best-known production was LASCHBIER! Short list of all productions on AMIGA:

-Label Designer + Programmverwaltung
-AMIGA-Writer (written in C)
-Contact Manager
-Turbo colours
-C64 Emulator (joke !!!)
-ASCII - SEKA generator
-3 music-disks
-...some shit demos

7. What's the aim of LEVEL 4 in the future?
-Our aim is to keep a good relationship to each other, to create good stuff and to improve our skill in coding, graphics and sound.

8. Are there any secrets about new LEVEL FOUR productions, perhaps MegaDemo, Parties, etc...? Please, give us the news.
-We do not have any secrets. In about two weeks we will release a musicdisk with some of my older songs (improved) and some new ones. There will be some own compositions and some conversations from the C-64. Moreover we will start working on a '4 years Level 4' celebration demodisk where every coder/musician/graphician shall show his capability. MIC is writing a game and I am working on a game-concept. MCS improves the DISC-editor slowly and the rest is desperately waiting for inspirations for a good demo. Our members in Kiel plan to open a BBS (though I'm sceptical about it!).

This article originally appeared in the Amiga diskmagazine "Zine #4" by Brainstorm 1990.

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Addresses and other contact information were only valid when this magazine was originally published, in april of 1990.

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