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Credits

Demo:

Panacea

Group:

The Black Lotus

Code:

Dig-it

Gizmo

Rubberduck

Graphics:

Rubberduck

Tudor

Music:

Lizard

Information

Category:

Demo

Release:

June 1997

Party:

Remedy 1997

Amiga Demo compo

ranking 3rd

Chipset:

Aga

Download Amiga:

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Other releases (20)

Captured dreams (4.61)

Darkside (3.63)

Glow (3.71)

Goa (4.18)

Imitation None (4.54)

Little Nell (4.49)

Magia (4.31)

Mind The Carrot 2 (3.56)

Mindprobe (3.4)

Ocean Machine (4.63)

Perfect circle (4.51)

Rain (4.56)

Requiem (3.56)

Rift (4.36)

Senseless (4.04)

Silkcut (4.62)

Starstruck (4.74)

Tint (4.3)

Tractorbeam (3.67)

Gbg (3.73)

Screenshots

User Comments (10)

comment by z5 on 05 December 2005

This is not TBL's most famous demo but i still think it offers a lot of good stuff (and again, it features a depressing theme). I really like the tune... it adds a lot of atmosphere to the demo and sounds quite different from classic demotunes. The intro is great: the human 3D head is welldone. The demo also features some good-looking effects and i really love the transitions between effects. Simple but elegant. And i like the graphics in this demo aswell.

Granted, it lacks something to make it a classic. But it's a nice demo.


comment by wayne on 06 December 2005

It's a sequel to Darkside demo and imho it's better.


comment by bonkers on 07 December 2005

Like this one, nice music which gives a very calm atmosphere to the demo. I like the fractal effect. The same effect is also in a Scoopex intro in which Rubberduck is credited as a coder.


comment by Slummy on 07 December 2005

bonkers: feedback != fractals.. ;)


comment by bonkers on 07 December 2005

Slummy: yeah fair enough, you are right but then most people would call it that and I guess if one would look at the dimensionality of the effect (due to the fact it is feedback) it would most likely not be an integer =) It looks cool though.


comment by rloaderror on 08 December 2005

bah. coolest effect by far is the landscape where you can look up and down.. like the one in Rain.. :) Screenshot 6. Also the bump tunnel looked a bit neat.


comment by z5 on 08 December 2005

What i find a pity is that the background in some effects doesn't stretch the whole screen (screenshot 3 and 8). It would have been nicer with a fullscreen background or a smooth edge between background and black (instead of a rectangular cut straight down).

What is feedback?


comment by skan on 16 March 2006

Something is good, something is not.
An overall good demo anyway, I really like the atmosphere and the feeling. The env/bump tunnel is one of the best up to now.
Best soundtrack ever, imho of course ;)


comment by cybernoid on 11 April 2007

A progressive cult demo.


comment by mailman on 06 May 2007

Pretty average TBL's production. In fact it hasn't got that TBLish something.


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User Votes: Average: 3.27 points (15 votes)

vote by Murakami: 4/5

vote by tjahzi: 4/5

vote by wayne: 4/5

vote by bonkers: 3/5

vote by rloaderror: 3/5

vote by Kaminari: 3/5

vote by djevery: 1/5

vote by DJBase: 3/5

vote by Frequent: 4/5

vote by skan: 4/5

vote by stakka: 3/5

vote by at0m: 3/5

vote by cybernoid: 4/5

vote by Ralph Wiggum: 3/5

vote by mailman: 3/5


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