This post originally came from The Retro Hour - Episode 21 (Amiga Demo Scene Memories With H0ffman) - https://soundcloud.com/the-retro-hour/the-retro-hour-episode-21-amiga-demo-scene-memories-with-h0ffman by  from The Retro Hour on .

We talk demo party memories, diskmags, BBS, Protracker and the early 90’s Amiga scene with long-time scener H0ffman!

H0ffman’s Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/h0ffman

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Show Notes:

Vote for us in The Podcast Awards PLEASE: t.co/l0Tdy2RAf4

Turn Atari Cart in wallet: http://bit.ly/1XCyeaQ
Worms 21st birthday – Worms WMD: http://bit.ly/1qOZ7vn
Missle Command the movie?!: http://bit.ly/1qOY2DU
Games that are too much for the hardware: http://bit.ly/25mJ9bp
Vinyl makes more money then Youtube: http://bit.ly/1Z5M8RT
Sega investigating Shenmue 1 & 2 HD remakes: http://bit.ly/1ORWpeE
Sega Steam store massive sales break record: http://bit.ly/1U0TpOM
Smart phone holder snes controller: http://bit.ly/1TNmjpn
Archive of ‘Duke of Edinburgh hack’ reavled: http://bbc.in/1RxeYof
A closer look at the NUON Console: https://imgur.com/gallery/MuEI2#ztkp9Am

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