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Credits

Demo:

Beer

Group:

Ephidrena

Code:

Loaderror

Music:

Frequent

Loaderror

Information

Category:

Intro 4k

Release:

December 1997

Party:

The Party 1997

Amiga Intro 4k compo

ranking 2nd

Chipset:

Aga

Download Amiga:

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Other releases (41)

Adam Malysz (4.14)

Any one of these suckers (3.67)

Bier (4.64)

Big! (4.5)

Borst (4.36)

Brus (4.5)

Coma (3.64)

Concrete (4.35)

Driidirijia (2.92)

Fake Electronik Lightshow (4.58)

Finnmark (4.6)

Flux (4.25)

Fusion is my energy (3.4)

Hacks For Tracks (4.42)

J'_ (4.53)

Janne Ahonen (4.05)

Jenna loves Ephidrena (3.44)

Kina (4.36)

Lux Aeterna Luceat Eis (4.6)

Negativ Prosess (2.5)

Neonsky (4.3)

Norsktoppen 3 (3.27)

Omnicrom (4.15)

Picnicbass (4.5)

Pluss (3.46)

Psylteflesk (4.64)

Respirator stories (4.53)

Sfumato (4.14)

Showtime 16 intro (3.58)

Substral (4.14)

Sumolysbryter (3.48)

Software Make The Dance Foam Oil (4)

Alice Copper (3.71)

Gin And Tronic (4.08)

Chips don't lie (3.33)

Rapo Diablo (4.58)

Rapo Diablo 5000 (4.68)

FistPig (4.43)

King Of Fuck (2.89)

Sotakyrpa (4.11)

Timur Lenk (4.45)

Screenshots

User Comments (11)

comment by rloaderror on 11 February 2005

notice that I didnt know how to make different notes.. only how to change the octave. :D


comment by rloaderror on 11 February 2005

sadly it looks like the sweedish flag . :(


comment by z5 on 11 February 2005

I remember looking forward seeing this on my Amiga when it was released. If my memory is correct, you were beaten by a spaceballs intro (which i should track down and add here aswell if it's good). But i never managed to run it on my Amiga, like all the other ephidrena releases at that time. Still haven't figured out why though... gggrrrr...what the hell did you put in your code at that time, loaderror? Whatever it was, it must have been quite nasty.


comment by rloaderror on 12 February 2005

this was beaten by Azure's Wave intro.. I dont know why some of my
old code is not working anymore.. Maybe it has started to smell with
age? :)


comment by z5 on 12 February 2005

Thanks Loaderror... i feel we have come one step closer to finding the cause of your older productions not working anymore. Hopefully, these important hints from you will bring me to a solution to make them run again :) (seriously, it must be some software i installed cause i had them running on my miggy at some point).


comment by skan on 16 February 2005

This one belongs to the "obscure gfx-bug intros" by Eph.
No way to get it running on my Miggy... :(


comment by StingRay on 20 December 2005

What do you expect when a musician/graphician codes a 4k? Compatible code? :D:D:D:D


comment by skan on 21 December 2005

@StingRay
haha, you basstarEd! ;D

So, go fix it! ;P


comment by StingRay on 22 December 2005

Your wish is my command. :) Get the fixed version here: http://stingray.untergrund.net/temp/bier_fixed.exe

Loady: You don't know why it doesn't work? Pay obey to your masters wise words, I will teach you a few things now. :)

1. move.w #40*256,d5
This looks all cute and sexy and yet it shows that you most probably had a few beers too much while coding the intro. :P Because right after this nifty evil instruction we see a bsr c2p_init. Now let's have a closer look what happens there:

move.L d5,bplsize(a0)
Need I say more? I don't think so. :)

2. move.w #$ffff,$dff180
What the heck is this? I just wonder... =) I have fixed this one as well =)

And I made it run from RTG screens as well. :D


comment by StingRay on 22 December 2005

Oh, and I know that the filename should be beer instead of bier but I am german so I don't know what beer is. :D


comment by skan on 22 December 2005

@StingRay

You teh mastah! :D


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