|220 Volt Team was started by former EVS members. They were a prominent member of the Hungarian scene, between 1990-1992. The team consisted of two great coders (Dr. Mad and TRP) and Digit, who was an excellent graphician. There were also two more members (Somi and Geza), but not much is known about them. They released mostly demos, they only had one or two games. Their demos were pretty good quality at the time. There was also a certain maturity about them: they didn't have the signature identity crises so many other hungarian teams seemed to have. They knew who they were. Very rarely would one read dissing or boasting in their scrolltexts. Instead they had Digit's famous (and weird) hungarian humor...|
All in all, they were a good team. They were missed once they have left the scene.
|220 Volt Team (220V)|
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|Digit's Comments About The Team|
|"Attila Kovács was my brother, we used the same handle :-) He was mainly a swapper, and eventually became a programmer/mathematician. We wasn't too much into coding, but did write a few programs, a +4 Program List Maintainer among them.|
Miklós Kovács (Dr. Mad): 'Miki' was an amazingly talented programmer. In high school, he got into physics and did end up working as a physicists in Budapest.
András Avramov (TRP): after high-school he took a system programming course, but then got into publishing. Now he is a part-time sys admin of a company in Szeged.
Csaba Sos (somi): Csaba was my high-school classmate, he joined us pretty late and therefore wasn't an active member.
Tamás Vincze (Geza): Géza maestro was a hardware guru, always tinkering with the machines :-) He was a programmer as well, but he didn't care much for demos. He also finished a system programming course and now lives in Boston, works for one of the universities as a sys admin."
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