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X-Troll Products

The more or less commercial products that were coded by X-Troll members are: 

  • Music Editor (MeDi), an editor for very CPU-time friendly Atari ST chiptunes
  • Music Editor (MV2000), an editor for chip music with buzzer bass and digidrums.
  • The Turbobooster, the fastest disk-copier for the ST(E) ever. Can write both sides of a disk in one turn.
  • Amiga on a Wire Tools, a hardware and software solution to code Amiga programs from the ST.
  • Block Editor 3.99, a professional map editor for blockbased 2D games like Lethal Xcess.
  • Lethal Xcess, the technically best shoot'em up for the ST(E) ever.
  • Super Magic Tool and SMDsend, two tools to communicate with a Super Magic Drive copy-station from the ST(E).
  • Genesis on a Wire Tools, a hardware and software solution to code Sega Genesis (aka Mega-Drive) programs from the ST.
  • An MC68K-Assembler, which had been never really finished, a pity because it had been faster than TurboAss and supported makros.
  • Hex Editor, an editor for hexagonal blockmaps, which where widely used in strategic games.
  • Danger Zone a shoot'em up for the Sega Mega Drive (aka Sega Genesys) which was never finished. The engine is working however.

Our non commercial products, which had been mainly used by ourselves and some friends are:

  • TOS 1.07+, a slightly modified version of the original Atari TOS to suit our personal needs.
  • CFHD, a modified Harddisk-Driver, that allowed to choose the boot-partition freely and some other useful stuff.


X-Troll a demo crew on Atari ST, Atari STE and Mega ST 16 bit computers was founded in 1988 and consisted of Sunnyboy, Nexus 6 and the Cyclone. Their releases were: Acid-Intro, Sprite Magic, The final Swobbler, The Longscreen, The Cyclones New Year Demo, AudioPac Demo, Digidrum Demo and the best Atari game ever Lethal Xcess, the follow up to Wings of Death.

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This page has been updated 04.05.2008