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In 1986, Eckhard Kruse wanted to program in assembler on his Atari ST, but he could not find the software, so he build his own version of the assembly language tools for the system. He managed to create a music editor at the age of 16. But that was just the beginning. This is the story of one of the pioneers of the Atari ST scene. His Grafik und Sound demo is considered the first of its kind. He is also responsible for possibly the most famous monochrome game on the system, called Ballerburg.
October 26, 2021 by ST GraveyardRead interview of Eckhard Kruse
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