It was established in 2004 in Moscow by rappers Guf and Princip.
The main theme of the lyrics is stories from life (including stories connected with drugs).
The group was formed in 2004 by two Moscow rappers Rolexx and the Princip. Initially, they wrote an unofficial album titled "Gift", ony 13 copies of which were made and given up to their close friends for New Year.
Since 2002, Aleksey Dolmatov, also known as Guf, worked on his debut album "Подарок" (Podarok/Gift).
In 2006 the group "Dymovaya Zavesa" (Smoke screen) and Guf released an album "Этажи" ("Floors"). Besides "Smoke screen" creativity the Centre group again began to write songs, old songs of group were republished. During 2006–2007 participants of "Center" were engaged in album "Gift" reprinting which left in 2007. In 2006 Guf, Slim and the Ptaha wrote down the songs "Мутные Замуты" ("Mutnye zamuty"/"Cloudy trafficking") and "Жара 77" ("Heat 77"), written specially for the movie "Heat".
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Players communicate with the main character, Hope, through their phone or computer, in order to help her escape. The player controls surveillance cameras in the fictional totalitarian state of République in order to monitor Hope's actions, as well as hack into various electronic devices. The interface that the player must use is the "OMNI View" software, which allows them to lock and unlock doors, distract patrolling enemies, and obtain information. In some situations, the player must upgrade their OMNI View to higher versions, enabling them to access areas and nodes with stronger security. In the OS X and Windows versions, players will be able to access multiple cameras at once.