comment by z5 on 06 August 2002
Brilliant little intro and one i will always remember. Sadly, it doesn't run on my 060 anymore. This intro is what demoscene is all about. Beautiful, elegant, stylish... One of my favourite intros. Respect to the creators of this artwork.
comment by noname on 31 March 2004
This is the shit! Probably the intro with the most dense athmosphere.
Works on 060 with tools like noaga, tude or killaga. Turning off the copyback-cache is the trick!
comment by skan on 01 April 2004
On my Blizzard 060/50 works perfectly now, just updated SetPatch to v43.7 (mmu.library patch) and everything runs fine... ;)
comment by skid on 29 May 2004
classic intro! respects!
comment by kempy on 01 July 2004
i watched this one zillion times on my old a600. one word: perfect!
comment by Vanquish on 08 October 2004
Stylish simplicity that proves a very simple concept can catch your attention. The atmospheric music is the icing on the cake!
comment by skinner on 19 September 2005
Nothing else than respect to the developers of this one. Beutiful, streamlined and makes your mind walk away for a bit...
comment by rloaderror on 11 October 2005
according to slummy this one uses a nice trick for adding colours together using blitter sources and logic operations. It uses the logic operations to create an adder in much the same fashion as one would create one in hardware. correct me if I heard wrong :)
comment by Slummy on 12 October 2005
apparently loady is too newschool to realize that the "nice trick" is the exact same principle that everyone (and his dog) used to do shadebobs back in the days..
the neat stuff here is ofcourse that this version also includes subtraction of a previous frame, so that you get motionblur. (ofcourse, this had been done several times earlier too.. the blitter-smear in the beginning of "Sound Vision" from asm92 is a good example)..
However, the only thing that really matters here is that this is one of the best amiga intros of all time.. :)
comment by klipper on 17 May 2006
I think both Dweezil and Strobo were Finnish, hmm? The Finns and scandinavians in general seem to have a knack when it comes to simplified design. This is an uber demonstration in the beauty of simplicity! Love it. 4/5
comment by aPx^a1k on 17 May 2006
Working downloadlink: <a href=http://scene.org/file_dl.php?url=ftp://ftp.scene.org/pub/parties/1994/assembly94/amiga/in40/darkroom.zip&id=195955>Download</a>
comment by skp on 14 December 2010
Classic !! Always great to watch it after 15 years... I think Ika-thing / Loonies will get the same destiny (Darkroom: 40k, Ika: 4k !)
I just watching both of them, they really rocks in the category "small, but kick ass ambiance and fx" !!
comment by Jazzcat on 14 January 2013
Probaly my favourite A500 intro. Ahead of its time for sure. Funny that all those effects look modern and fresh even today, after almost 20 years. Dweezil was a genius, sad that he was kidnapped by UFO right after releasing this.
comment by Sir_Lucas on 06 October 2013
Ahead of its time. Simple, yet great!
comment by rloaderro on 10 May 2016
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