In the beginning of 2018 Simon Vergauwen chairman of BAC acquired the complete
Amiga Floppy Disk collection of Bamiga Sector One. Over 10,000 disks and probably one of the largest Amiga software archive will be ripped into .adf image files, zipped and uploaded to the AmigaClub.be website. Bamiga Sector One was an Amiga cracking group, formed in Belgium in june of 1986 by Ermida and two others. The group was declared dead in early 1990.
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