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Intro 64k


April 2002


Mekka Symposium 2002

Amiga Intro 64k compo

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Amiga ppc

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User Comments (100)

comment by z5 on 07 January 2004

You can find mp3 of these tunes on Nectarine (scenemusic), just follow the links there. I don't know about the quality though. Seems fine to me but i'm not a musician.

comment by Gargaj on 09 January 2004


comment by Estrayk on 14 January 2004

Anyone know if Potion demos runs on MorphOS ?

comment by z5 on 14 January 2004

No, at the moment, none of the Potion releases runs on Morphos. Maybe someday we will see a patch or Morphos version?

comment by rloaderror on 24 January 2004

I wonder what is needed in order to run on morphos.. Is it only a matter of supporting cgx and ahi ?... Do any ephidrena demos run on morphOS ?

comment by hooligan on 25 January 2004


In general, AHI and CGX will do it.

comment by skid on 14 February 2004

wooowwww!! is this intro the top of the amiga scene ?? thank you potion !! kurwa people rules!!!!! ;-)

comment by KAM_ on 17 February 2004

I've heard sometning, that this intro needs bvision to run... So it will be quite difficult to run with MorphOS. :)

comment by mrzorro on 22 February 2004

Well this 64K intro does need a Bvision/cvision ppc since it is hard coded for 15 bit res (640*480) if i remember correctly, tried it on my A4000+mediator+p96, did not work :( probably a p96<>cgx compatiblility prob.

comment by BrianH on 19 April 2004

I've recently been taking an interest in the Amiga Demoscene, in particular PPC/RTG based demos like this one.

Unfortunately my system returned a WOS error when attempting to load thise demo. Incase the details of the error are of use to the authors, here is the WOS output:

PowerPC Instruction access exception
Page fault
The next instruction to be fetched is located at 3956F544
Task name: 'Shell Process_PPC10' Task address: 4532F470 Task ID: 109

SRR0: 3956F544 SRR1: 4000F070 MSR: 00003040 HID0: 0040C000
PVR: 00070201 DAR: 45BCB44A DSISR: 00002A95 SDR1: 4440001F
DEC: 0000CB53 TBU: 00000000 TBL: 55482B85 XER: 20000000
CR: 40022000 FPSCR: A6302100 LR: 4543DFDC CTR: 465EC710

R0-R3: 20000000 4533C010 4533D5E8 00000000 IBAT0: 00001FFF 00000022
R4-R7: 45F60DEC 45F60DE8 00000000 45F60DE0 IBAT1: 00000000 00000000
R8-R11: 45F60DE0 45F60DE0 45F60DE0 FFFFFFCA IBAT2: 00000000 00000000
R12-R15: 45F60C6C 4533C428 3956F545 45F4FD14 IBAT3: 00000000 00000000
R16-R19: 45935498 4543E1B8 4543DFC0 4543EDC4 DBAT0: 00001FFF 0000002A
R20-R23: 00000001 00000000 45F60C6C 45F60CE4 DBAT1: 00000000 00000000
R24-R27: 45F60CE4 00000001 45F60CE4 45F601C8 DBAT2: 00000000 00000000
R28-R31: 455E3D68 0000008C 00EB0001 00EA060B DBAT3: 00000000 00000000

F0-F3: 2.5499 E 2 4.5036 E 15 -1.6062 E 4 0
F4-F7: 1.0000 E 0 0 -3.2251 E 4 -2.7999 E 3
F8-F11: -3.2251 E 4 1.0240 E 3 1.0240 E 3 6.4250 E 4
F12-F15: 2.1474 E 9 0 9.1022 E 1 -0
F16-F19: -6.4250 E 4 0 6.4250 E 4 3.1999 E 4
F20-F23: 0 0 0 0
F24-F27: 0 0 0 0
F28-F31: -2.8571 E-1 2.5499 E 2 1.0000 E 0 0

Warp-OS 2000 by Sam Jordan

I use a MediatorSX based A1200 with a Voodoo3 3000, and I have read that other demos don't work on the Voodoo card for some reason. Is this also related to the Voodoo?


comment by calen on 30 April 2004

Seen this demo for the first time quite recently, WOW! fantastic to see this kind of quality stuff on the Amiga still being churned out. Long may it continue 5/5

comment by pixeluz on 06 May 2004

planet potion is the best thing i`ve ever seen on amiga!!! :)

comment by earthcoder on 07 May 2004

very nice :]

comment by ToAks on 23 May 2004

fantastic intro but! its not perfect, the annoyingly long start/intro is a pain! but the 3d and everything else (and the credz) ROXXOR!!!!!

comment by albolone on 02 June 2004

i'm impressed big time by the ammount of effects and sequences they squeezed into 64K! actually I think I've never seen more stuff crammed into 64K before. and for that alone it deserves my admiration. but unfortunately I pretty much dislike the style. looks like wannabe artsy and wannabe design. but it isn't. and to me it suffers from that enough to not make me wanna watch it again (too soon ;) ). but I understand all those who love it :) ...

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