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Credits

Demo:

Roots 2.0

Group:

Sanity

Code:

Chaos

Mr.Pet

Graphics:

Cougar

Cthulhu

Music:

Jester

Information

Category:

Demo

Release:

April 1995

Party:

Black Box Symposium 1995

Amiga Demo compo

ranking 2nd

Chipset:

Ocs/aga

Minimum Required:

68020+

Download Amiga:

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Other releases (9)

Arte (4.68)

Elysium (4.25)

Interference (4.4)

Jesterday (4.5)

Roots (4)

Terminal fuckup (3.14)

Turmoil (3.8)

World of commodore (4.57)

e255 (4.11)

Screenshots

User Comments (11)

comment by ijs on 07 October 2003

Great piece of art (as one would expect from Sanity), blistering soundtrack, great visuals, one disk. Only downside is that it feels a bit 'unfinished', more like roots 0.2, but nonetheless, definately a classic.


comment by Azure on 29 October 2003

This is probably the only AGA demo that takes advantage of the hardware on other ways than just displaying more colors. And it is also the last of the real hardware hitting demos.


comment by rloaderror on 24 January 2004

the cyan/blue mountains are really cool :)


comment by rloaderror on 24 January 2004

the music rocks too.. I dare not judge this in techical terms as I have not tried to do any of what this demo does in bitplane mode.. Seems to be rather awesome though. ;)


comment by ToAks on 23 May 2004

This is a masterpiece and i remeber the stories from roots1.0 and 2.0 and i dont agree, CHAOS = GOD!

i heard from somewhere that chaos and the gang made Mr.nutz (ocean) , any comments?


comment by corial on 02 September 2005

Well, it does not really get any better than this.


comment by rloaderror on 11 October 2005

and the pics by Ctulhu kick ass aswell..


comment by aPx^a1k on 17 May 2006

http://main.aminet.net/demo/aga/Roots_Final.dms


comment by Boogeyman on 26 July 2007

Ownage code, no design.


comment by RaHoW on 02 April 2008

not really better than the Roots 1 ...


comment by skipp604 on 26 June 2008

Oh I love this one! Everything is so nice designed, and Jester's music is one of the best demo soundtracks I've heard! 5/5


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