Home page  Games  Info  Forums  Feedback Login  Change language
Retrospec - Retrogaming at its best
Gone, but not forgotton
photo

John Dow

The mad frotter from Scotland

Personal Website: http://www.nelefa.org/

John is now not 29, but is a Unix geek who listens to Wagner.

The appearance and disappearance of John's beard is not as remarkable as it might seem.

photo

Darren Salt

Righter of Internet Wrongs

Personal Website: http://www.youmustbejoking.demon.co.uk/

If you saw Darren at a party, he'd be the one staring at his size 10 feet in the corner.

Quick to challenge those with '--' as their sig separator instead of '-- ', Darren is the internet's first standards vigilante. Several people have been 'deleted' by this man for simply forgetting an 'in-reply-to' header or for quoting a message after the body of their main message.

photo

Tero Turtiainen

The Finnish contingent

Personal Website: http://www.iki.fi/turtiain/

He also works full-time at a company specialising in intelligent networks.

He's 26 and is studying Information Technology at the University of Leppenranta (which sounds like the title of a Hewson game but isn't).

His current project for RetroSpec is a Unix version of Cybernoid, which he cunningly called Xybernoid to hide its 8-bit past.

photo

Chris Wilde

Better than Mike Singleton?

Personal Website: http://www.icemark.com/

Chris was one of the earlier members and still helps out with the dissassembly of games and other complicated gubbins. Visiting his homepage you'll fine The Lords of Midnight and Doomdark's Revenge pages: Tower of the Moon & Gate of Varenorn, Written without Prejudice Poetry collections and the
Sinclair Spectrum Game Data Format Library.