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S&KOH is a Logon System demo coded by Overflow. It's an astonishing piece of optimized Z80A code. Graphics of this demo are by Zebigboss from the Krad'os Crack'ers. This demo was released in 1991.

What does S&KOH mean?

S&KOH is the chemical formula for sulphur and potassium, or in French, 'soufre et potasse'. 'Soufre et potasse' also means 'suffering and hard-working'. When releasing this demo, Olivier was suffering and hard-working in a high-school.