Campus Party was founded in 1997 as a gaming and demoscene event, with Quake tournaments. In 1998, Skuda was crowned the Quake champion of Spain. Skuda was awarded a boxed copy of Quake II signed by John Carmack and all the game's creators at ID Software.
"Everyone says how you use a rail gun properly, and the famous BFG triangle of death tutorials, but no-one ever pays such a hand sized, ball of TNT its dues. . . well, I do!" - The Doover
The team at LAMERKATZ has put together their own demo: LamerKatz Chronicles. This demo has to be the funniest demo that I've ever seen. It's not often that you watch a demo of people getting fragged left and right, and the people getting fragged are the demo makers. And it's set to some pretty cool tunes, done up like a couple of rock videos.
Next up was a gentleman whom calls himself "hyPer" and he runs a web site called In The Pit Rocket Arena Strategy dedicated to...you guessed it...Rocket Arena. Mace Royer was live in the studio tonight. GIRLBOMB is still out sick and the "chatbitch" loonyboi sat in her stead.
In my beginning period as Q2 player , I played by the nick Evil_Tim. Evil because I like horror movies and Tim because my name is Tim. Later on I searched for a newer, better nick, Evil_Tim just sounded a bit childish. Few days later I saw the movie Warlock (about a man with dark powers). I liked that film so much that I took it as my nick.
Welcome to Keyboarder's Anonymous, a caring, loving environment for those quakers who still use the keyboard. Here you'll find techniques to ease the pains of withdrawal should you choose to learn another controller, and tactics to even the field until you do learn something else.
Behind-the-Scenes with Thresh, Gamer Extraordinaire: This is definitely one person you'd like to have as a friend than a foe. Dennis Fong, a.k.a Thresh, is a true gamer. He's best known for his 1997 Red Annihilation Tournament victory where he drove away in a red Ferrari, the grand prize. Come meet this amazing gamer and champion.