Published in issue 2 of 'Zine 64 (September 1995)
OK, today on the hotspot is Jason (Kenz) Mackenzie from Binary Zone PD ...
Well I must say, this must be one of the weirdest interviews of all time!
Kenz - Binary Zone began life in 1989 which means it's been around now for SIX YEARS!
Z64 - What's your favourite game ?
Kenz - My all-time favourite game is Uridium but I also enjoy playing Armalyte, Ghosts & Goblins, Paradroid, Creatures along with about a zillion others.
Z64 - What's your least favourite game ?
Kenz - Streethawk. People were expected to pay money for that pile of pants?
Z64 - How many members do you have ?
Kenz - I currently have 2908 disk members and 1468 tape members. Thats 4376 members in total in 20 different countries in the world.
Z64 - What are your most recent projects for the C64 ?
Kenz - I'm currently compiling 'Update 10' which will feature numerous splendid new demo releases. Theres too many to mention them all here.
Z64 - Do you (the company) program any of the programs yourself?
Kenz - Yep, Binary Zone is constantly releasing demos. The next big release from Binary Zone will be 'The Ultimate Martin Galway Music Collection'. I'm also a member of the demo group Cosine and am working on some demos with the Cosine crew.
Z64 - How'd you get involved in PD ?
Kenz - I used to buy PD from Wicked PD which was run by Compunet duo Ian & Mic. I really enjoyed the software they offered but they sadly left the C64 scene. I thought it would be cool to do something similar and carry on where they left off so Binary Zone PD was born.
Z64 - Thanks, see 'ya later!
Kenz - Bye-bye dudes!