Credits, Jurassic Pack 19
Credits, Jurassic Pack 19

Credits: The team behind Jurassic Pack #19

Credits. The team behind Jurassic Pack issue 19.

Credits – The team behind Jurassic Pack

Main Editor & transformation of the articles to read them online
Lars „Ghandy“ Sobiraj of Nukleus

Articles written by:
Sane / Monk ^ Falon
Lord Helmet
Curt Cool/depth

Jade of Arsenic ^ Dune ^ Effect ^ Hemoroids

Additional Cliparts

JoSs/Software Failure

„The Birth“ by Jade (see groups above) and Critikill / Brainstorm + Rebels

„This is not the end“ by Critikill and Jade

Workbench icon
by Critikill and Jade

Layout and table of contents
Novel/Moods Platea

Originally coded by Mr. Tickle aka Xeron of Iris for the diskmag Devotion.
Heavily updated & expanded by Stingray of Scoopex & Scarab.
Pretracker support since issue 18 – thx!

How to support us:

If you would like to contribute to the next issue of CnS or Jurassic Pack, please send an email to Everything is welcome – articles, cliparts, start- and endpics, panels, music! Please send pictures along with your articles.

You will be able to read the articles online – but at least a month later… (In fact it took amost one year until they were visible!)

It will take at least four weeks until any of the articles will be available online. We’d like to encourage you to use an emulator or the real hardware, in this case an A1200 or A4000.

We will announce at Pouet/Bitfellas where to get hold of the online version.

If it was possible for Ghandy to get the beast running, it will be possible for you as well! It’s no miracle to use WinUAE or FS-UAE (macOS & Linux). Contact us in case you need help with the configuration.

You’ve got problems offline? Here’s the help page from Jurassic Pack 19 for you:

Lars Sobiraj


Lars Sobiraj fing im Jahr 2000 an, als Quereinsteiger für verschiedene Computerzeitschriften tätig zu sein. 2006 kamen neben noch zahlreiche andere Online-Magazine dazu. Er ist der Gründer von Außerdem brachte Ghandy, wie er sich in der Szene nennt, seit 2014 an verschiedenen Hochschulen und Fortbildungseinrichtungen den Teilnehmern bei, wie das Internet funktioniert.