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Credits

Demo:

Extension

Group:

Pygmy Projects

Code:

Coconut

Flame

Graphics:

Cenobit

Music:

Jester

Information

Category:

Demo

Release:

August 1993

Party:

Assembly 1993

Amiga Demo compo

ranking 1st

Chipset:

Ocs/aga

Download Amiga:

[file]

Other releases (1)

G-Force (4.5)

Screenshots

User Comments (23)

comment by pepto on 23 June 2002

The coolest thing about this demo is most probably the sound-module by Jester... The dot-city fly-by is something worth remembering also...


comment by SoLO on 26 June 2002

a nice demo, with a great effect (the cube & the extension logo) & a fabulous music


comment by piru on 04 September 2003

I was there 1993 to see this demo on bigscreen. Music is excellent and I can still remember audience going nuts over the city flyby scene. Ah the memories...

Oh, it's very nice demo. :)


comment by KAM_ on 19 September 2003

1st demo I've ever seen. I love soundtrack, I love atmosphere, several effects are superb (dot city, rubber square, falling dots [last effect]). Classic!


comment by skipp604 on 01 December 2003

Aaaah yes! This one is simply great and will stay in my mind forever, i think. And I never forget seeing it on a polish public television channel LOOONG time ago. The show was called "Telekomputer" and the subject for this particular episode was a question - "What is demoscene?". Ah, NOSTALGIA!


comment by KAM_ on 01 December 2003

@ skipp604

coooo??? to demo lecialo na telekomputerze? i moze powiesz jeszcze, ze puscil je Marek Peryt? :) No niezle... hehe :D


comment by skipp604 on 02 December 2003

True. A to nie był Tomasz Pyć? :)


comment by prm on 29 April 2004

This is superb stuff. Really. Could have included some more graphics but the kick ass code and music makes this classic nevertheless.
I actually saw many of the effects some moths before the release since the guys wanted to join TSL as a finnish division. I was amazed by the stuff and even more amazed when they were turned down by TSL :)


comment by z5 on 29 April 2004

@prm: Didn't Coconut and Flame release Maximum Velocity for The Silents Finland? I think it was their only demo for The Silents. After that, they formed Pygmy Projects, i think. Maximum Velocity is on my 'to add' list (with a lot more older demos).


comment by prm on 30 April 2004

z5: hmmm... actually... when you mention it i do remember something about a release... heh... getting old you know ;) yeah, and then they got kicked. and that i never understood. correct!


comment by calen on 30 April 2004

some cool effects in this demo.


comment by ToAks on 23 May 2004

a classic! , its a must see!


comment by skid on 29 May 2004

very good "oldskool" demo ! specially the dot-city!!! cool!


comment by skan on 07 October 2004

Great soundtrack by Jester and fantastic twisting cubes! Dot city is cool too! :)


comment by rloaderror on 07 October 2004

ace music and the city part is nice.. One of my favourite oldskool demos.


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User Votes: Average: 4.44 points (41 votes)

vote by pepto: 3/5

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