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Credits

Demo:

242

Group:

Virtual Dreams & Fairlight

Code:

Alien

Dr.Skull

Zany

Graphics:

Alien

Jaco

Music:

Papa Smurf

Information

Category:

Demo

Release:

August 1993

Party:

Assembly 1993

Amiga Demo compo

ranking 2nd

Chipset:

Ocs

Download Amiga:

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Other releases (8)

Chaosland (4.58)

Breathtaker (3.5)

Doodle-doo (3)

Faktory (4.45)

Full moon (4.25)

Love (4.47)

Psychedelic (4.38)

Sumea (4.47)

Screenshots

User Comments (9)

comment by wayne on 17 July 2004

It is ECS not AGA and yes it was cool in '93. I've got it in my old disk-box NOSTALGY ;o)


comment by mailman on 18 July 2004

It is interesting due to technics which it was made in 1993. Actually it is nothing special. Just an original idea.


comment by strife/apathy on 18 August 2004

I've had this demo on disk for 10years, still works. The music is good, not the typical kind of demo..


comment by rloaderror on 29 August 2004

kewl style. I like it a lot more now than when it first came. The music is suitably crazy


comment by rloaderror on 29 August 2004

kewl style. I like it a lot more now than when it first came. The music is suitably crazy


comment by Vanquish on 09 October 2004

I think this demo is special because way back then all my mates and I thought how the fcuk did they fit all that video onto one floppy!?!? Yeah, the techniques are nothing special now but back then it looked like nothing else. And...I still listen to the mod today! :)


comment by ijs on 11 August 2006

This thing used to blow people away at the local computer-club - remember that back then nobody knew about MPEG and a 5 second looping vidcap was amazing stuff. And then this thing came... just one disk with MINUTES of digitized video and a crazy soundtrack to match.


comment by Toffeeman on 10 December 2006

5/5 out for true inovation. I remember seeing this for the first time at a big computer show in the UK. Everyone thought wow! They had an entire booth selling this demo with big a big video of it running.

Not sure how advanced the compression they used is and how similar the technique it is to MPEG anyone ?


comment by klipper on 18 May 2008

why did I never really like this one, or State of the Art? There must be something wrong with me! I'd give it 2.5/5 if I could, but I can't. So I'll give it a 3, as it doesn't quite deserve a 2.

z5: maybe we could have a 1-10 scale voting system for tricky situations like this one! :)


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User Votes: Average: 3.77 points (26 votes)

vote by z5: 3/5

vote by wayne: 3/5

vote by stakka: 3/5

vote by mailman: 2/5

vote by Frequent: 3/5

vote by Murakami: 5/5

vote by azzaro: 4/5

vote by Ralph Wiggum: 4/5

vote by DJBase: 3/5

vote by strife/apathy: 4/5

vote by rloaderror: 4/5

vote by britelite: 4/5

vote by Vanquish: 4/5

vote by cf: 4/5

vote by falcon_11: 3/5

vote by jimee: 4/5

vote by tjahzi: 3/5

vote by ijs: 4/5

vote by at0m: 5/5

vote by baderman: 4/5

vote by Toffeeman: 5/5

vote by Boogeyman: 5/5

vote by thomassd: 4/5

vote by klipper: 3/5

vote by lennart: 5/5

vote by HOŁDYS: 3/5


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