comment by z5 on 25 October 2006
To the person who supplied me with screenshots: please get in contact so that i can add you to the credits list.
comment by winden on 27 October 2006
wooha, can i ever remember the shock at podadas when this one as shown at the big screen... around 3 mins of applause from 300 people who where attending
comment by Crumb on 31 October 2006
It was me, I wanted to see screenshots of this great demo in ADA, it truly deserves to be in the "hall of fame" of amiga demos ;-)
Please, don't add me to any credits list, I simply supplied some screenshots
comment by z5 on 31 October 2006
@crumb: i credit every person who submits screenshots. I find this quite normal. However, if you don't want it, then i won't :o) Thanks for the screenshots in any case.
comment by Toffeeman on 31 October 2006
Crumb thinks you are talking about crediting him for the demo but you mean the website credits.
comment by klipper on 02 December 2006
this is a hidden gem, not known by many. imo it's an absolute oldskool classic with one of the strongest gfx/concept designs on the Amiga. If you haven't seen it you you must check it out! (just wish it ran properly under WHDLoad)
comment by dalton on 23 May 2010
Batman Vuelve by Batman Group... that name almost made me think it was a joke at first but this demo is really great. These kids must really have loved batman =) It's all very well executed but it's definitely the animation sequences that really makes this demo memorable. I lift my hat for Batman Group.
comment by extralife on 25 April 2011
a very solid a500 demo and i see i haven't voted it yet :)
anyways i just wanted to share this here cool link with u guys
enjoy batman forever!!
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