Sgt. Pepper started fiddling around with the c64 in 1986, together with a local dude also from Strängnäs who called himself Midnight Hacker (formerly m.i.r.g). They did some utilities in basic and reversed-engineered demos to see what happened if they played around with the machine code. When Midnight Hacker later embarked on the dark road of criminal activities and ended up in jail, contact was broken.
Then Sgt. Pepper got more into coding in machinelanguage and joined up with P&P Studios, as run by his father Jerry. When Jerry was recruited by TRIAD to take over the leadership of the group, Sgt. Pepper followed.
During his active days in TRIAD, Sgt. Pepper mostly coded demos, but also contributed with some graphics, ideas and a smashing tune for Gamers Guide #14.
CSDB ID: 904
|Jerry / L.T.N.S||1995||Misc.||Music|
|Gamers Guide Note Special||1992||Diskmag||Music|
|Gamers Guide #14||1991||Diskmag||Music|
|In Bergen||1990||One-File Demo||Code|
|For Kicks||1990||One-File Demo||Code|
|Summertime Blues||1989||One-File Demo||Code|
|Triad+Light-Co||1989||One-File Demo||Idea, Ripping, Graphics|
|Spacewalker||1989||One-File Demo||Graphics, Code|
|Yf Naf||1988||One-File Demo||Code|