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Credits

Demo:

Voyage

Group:

Razor 1911

Code:

Sim

Graphics:

Drake

Murdock

Music:

Codex

Mantronix

Tip

Information

Category:

Demo

Release:

December 1991

Party:

The Party 1991

Amiga Demo compo

ranking 3rd

Chipset:

Ocs

Download Amiga:

[file]

Other releases (1)

Memorial Songs 2 (4.14)

Screenshots

User Comments (8)

comment by un0 on 14 November 2004

Just take a look at the screenshots, it`s a masterpiece, a 'perfect' demo at it`s time. The BBS part may last too long, but who cares when Codex` music is played in the meantime. The 'running-in-a-box'-part is a killer aswell, naaa, I won`t bother picking out a highlight, the whole demo is a killer...


comment by z5 on 18 November 2004

Unfortunately, i didn't see this demo when it was released in 1991 (contrary to the two demos that ranked before this demo: Hardwired and Odyssey). At that time, it was harder to get hold of demos than it was for games, especially here in Belgium :( (at one point, i ordered demos from a PD-company in the UK).

I still find it a strange demo because it lacks any kind of structure. In megademos, all parts were linked with an in-between part/loader, but here all parts are one after the other. Don't really know how to explain it...

Still, the tunes are fantastic (especially the Mantronix & Tip tune which is still one of my favourites), graphics are cool and there are some very neat effects and transitions between effects. The man running in the cube is fantastic. The part with the balls (screenshot 14) is really cool too. In fact, everything is fantastic, apart from the fact that, as un0 mentioned, the BBS advert part is a bit too long.

Definately a classic in Amiga demoscene.


comment by ep.cosmik on 02 December 2004

This demo was a hit : I don't understand why so few sceners have voted and made a comment about it. Featuring for the first time 3D mapped effect and so good design ideas, a real hit. Thanks to Razor 1911 for such a creation.


comment by Estrayk on 16 December 2004

This demo has one of the best routines ever made on Amiga A500. (yep, the faked texture mapped part) And the Tip&Mtx music is simply superb !


comment by CrowAbyss on 09 October 2005

This demo rocks. The effects are great, the design is superb and the music is one of the best ever heard in a demo. The module is still on my (arrggllll) Windows machine and I love to hear it at work. Excellent work by Razor 1911.


comment by ijs on 11 August 2006

Worth 4/5 for the music alone!


comment by RaHoW on 02 April 2008

Could have been a real perl ... but the "BBS sequence" is too long and too boring ...

Else nothing to say, it deserved to be at the same party than the Odyssey and Hardwired


comment by Joe[KaT] on 28 April 2008

OMG a Classic and one of the Best Soundtracks... BBS part... Well I Co'ed With Hangar 18 and Devil's Triangle.. So I am Biased! :)
Don't Try to call them though, they are NOT THERE :)


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User Votes: Average: 4.38 points (29 votes)

vote by z5: 5/5

vote by un0: 5/5

vote by wayne: 4/5

vote by cf: 5/5

vote by Murakami: 5/5

vote by ep.cosmik: 4/5

vote by Bugsy: 5/5

vote by Estrayk: 5/5

vote by krabob: 5/5

vote by Ralph Wiggum: 4/5

vote by jimee: 5/5

vote by DJBase: 4/5

vote by stakka: 5/5

vote by Frequent: 3/5

vote by CrowAbyss: 5/5

vote by prm: 1/5

vote by ijs: 4/5

vote by corial: 5/5

vote by nwm: 5/5

vote by at0m: 4/5

vote by dgabor30: 5/5

vote by Boogeyman: 5/5

vote by zplex: 5/5

vote by RaHoW: 4/5

vote by Joe[KaT]: 5/5

vote by Wepl: 4/5

vote by lennart: 3/5

vote by BATMANBROTHERS: 3/5

vote by Hannibal: 5/5


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