Zvonimir Bužanić (fx)
In 1994 Tomislav Mihalić (Mihha) showed him Doom II and how to play deathmatch over LAN (IPX/SPX). At that time local Doomers commonly played with keyboard only, but after a while a combination of mouse and keyboard became standard.
ZAP was later abandoned by Tomislav and Zvonimir assumed leadership. ZAP was very well known in Croatia for winning every Doom II HINLA tournament held up to that time. ZAP was then renamed to ADISON following a sponsorship deal, and despite their great success in competition the original ZAP team was dismissed.
Zvonimir continued to play Doom II with Marijo Sedlić (Sedlo). They visited Budapest two times to play on LAN against eminent Compet-n maintainer Adam Hegyi, Istvan Pataki, Laszlo Vecsei (Waldon), and Radek Pecka.
From 2000 to 2008 Zvonimir maintained the Croatian Doom portal doom.gamer.hr (formerly doom.gamenet.hr). In 2011, Zvonimir's portal was redesigned by Alen Stojanac (Q) and also moved to another server and domain, www.doom.com.hr.
In June 2012 he announced on Doomworld that he had taken over Compet-n administration and, with the permission of Laura Herrmann (BahdKo), transferred the database to doom.com.hr. In April 2013, cooperative demos were restored and the ability to leave comments on demos was added. As of 2016, Zvonimir continues active work on the site and has developed a custom source port for world record competition.
- Adam Hegyi
- Sven Huth (Dasa)
- Dorijan Jelinčić
- Oliver Marčetić (Biolio)
- Tomislav Mihalić (Mihha)
- Istvan Pataki
- Goran Šćeta (BullfroG)
- Marijo Sedlić (Sedlo)
- Marin Sesar (Saint)
- Marko Štifanić (Fritz)
- Alen Stojanac (Q)
- Laszlo Vecsei (Waldon)
- Goran Žauhar
Current Compet-n records
The following data was last verified in its entirety on July 17, 2020.
Level runs for the original Doom games
Level runs for the PWADs
Zvonimir holds one additional map record for Requiem.
Macro quotes Marin Sesar used for Duke Nukem:
- "Mess with the best, die like the rest...." — Mihha
- "Ako ti je zivot mio, budi bolji nego Lio..." — fx (English: If you want to live, you must be better than Lio...)