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Credits

Demo:

Real

Group:

Complex

Code:

Gengis

Graphics:

Eloy

Hof

Titan

Music:

Clawz

Information

Category:

Demo

Release:

April 1994

Party:

Saturne 1994

Amiga Demo compo

ranking 1st

Chipset:

Aga

Download Amiga:

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Other releases (4)

Delirium (3.2)

Origin (4.07)

Seduction (3.4)

Wormhole (4.1)

Screenshots

User Comments (15)

comment by optimus on 18 June 2002

Lot of nice 3d code running well in my slow A1200..


comment by volmer on 11 July 2002

I remember watching this one time and time again. :) was great - thumbs up!


comment by z5 on 11 July 2002

A very nice demo by Complex. Nice graphics, nice effects and brilliant music by Clawz. It has a certain "french" touch which makes it very beautiful.


comment by piru on 20 September 2003

One of the first REALLY good AGAdemos I saw. Awesome music and nice texturemap + vector 3d.


comment by calen on 30 April 2004

polished demo, wonderful song.


comment by ToAks on 23 May 2004

awesome demo, this demo is like "phenomena - Enigma" to me..

this is one of the demos that made AGA more fun and most of all it established an future .... if u ask me anyway :-)


comment by Hardfire on 22 August 2004

I still remember very well watching this demo on the big screen at the Saturne Party 2 in 1994... such a great souvenir :))


comment by Toffeeman on 06 November 2005

Excellent demo with the best mod on the Amiga. Thank Clawz Cyberotica was awesome I still have it in my cars CD player !

The whole start with the credits was exclllent and the textured tunnel was relly cool to. Good job Gengis !


comment by corial on 04 February 2006

Very good design and a stunning soundtrack!


comment by aPx^a1k on 17 May 2006

http://main.aminet.net/demo/disk/cpx_real.lha &

http://main.aminet.net/demo/aga/clx-real.dms


comment by winden on 20 May 2006

this is the place where classic part-oriented design meets 3d texturing... what i've always wondered is how they made it run so fast on plain 020 1200 machines...


comment by rolpho/D6 on 23 April 2007

This demo has this "something", I love to watch it, also great soundtrack, very good speaking with this "chill out" design :)


comment by corial on 06 November 2007

Damn, I really love that 3d arena in the last part. I dunno why, but flatshaders somehow appeal to me!


comment by extralife on 29 January 2009

This demo really deserves a classic, i can't really put my finger on it, but this demo has a certain "feel" to it, that simply isn't found in many demo's or other pieces of art. The music is one of my absolute alltime favorites on ANY media, it still, to this day, gives me this weird feeling inside when i hear it, it is simply an amazing piece, that I somehow "feel" very attached to, again dunno why ?
It's not that this demo is really a eye opener, but it does something right, that makes u remember it for all time, aka classic


comment by z5 on 30 January 2009

I understand what you are saying, extralife. The tune is one of the best demotunes ever done. I go all nostalgic from hearing that tune. And the demo has a certain special style or feeling.


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User Votes: Average: 4.38 points (32 votes)

vote by optimus: 4/5

vote by volmer: 5/5

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vote by Kaminari: 5/5

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vote by corial: 5/5

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vote by winden: 5/5

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