A.D.A. Amiga Demoscene Archive

  Welcome guest! Please register a new account or log in

  

  

  

Credits

Demo:

Kheper

Group:

Moods Plateau

Code:

dODgE

Design:

dODgE

Graphics:

d!RT!E

dODgE

Music:

Selecta Novel

Information

Category:

Intro 64k

Release:

April 2011

Party:

Revision 2011

Amiga Intro 64k compo

ranking 2nd

Chipset:

Ocs

Download Amiga:

[file]

Other releases (11)

All City (2.6)

Fibomoodcci (2.8)

Leap of Faith (3.33)

Mikrobi (2.93)

Quintessence (4.5)

Regrets (2.29)

Sero (2.5)

Solve et coagula (3.6)

Stealth Ranger (4)

Updater 2010 (3)

Wasted Years (3.75)

Screenshots

User Comments (4)

comment by mailman on 04 May 2011

At the beginning it seemed to be not so much interesting but watching it further and further I liked it more.


comment by z5 on 06 May 2011

Moods Plateau intros always seem to work for me. Nice design and colors, enjoyable tune and nice atmosphere. I like how you build up your scenes (most notably in the part on screen 13) and break them down. It's a nice touch that adds to the flow of the intro.

The effect with the squares wasn't as smooth as i hoped it would be and the ending seemed a bit strange. I was expecting the traditional end of intro scroll part. The music kept playing for a long time after the intro was finished so maybe that endscroller didn't make it in time for release?

Anyhow, a nice enjoyable intro.


comment by dodge on 06 May 2011

The effect with the squares is my first approach of a zoomable Sierpinski-carpet.
The flow of that effect depends largely on the sine-curves of X,Y and Z movement.
I tried to bring a little speed into it by adjusting the curves and reducing the number of blitted Sierpinski-patterns per carpet for the final version.
Also I never came accross such an effect on the A500, yet or I just missed the demo that showed it.

For the (not really) missing endscroll I can only say that this time the concept of the intro came from a very profound cosmological point of view, hence I found it more appropriate to end it with a matching quote from the egyptian Book of the Tuat - replacing just the word "soul" with "revision" - since the whole theme was based on the aspect of the Creation of something new and different out of things that died ( in opposition to the worn out Phoenix-myth which wouldn't apply correctly for ReVision anyway).
It's essentially an esoteric welcoming of ReVision from the legacy of Mekka^Symposium and Breakpoint.


comment by Lonewolf10 on 19 April 2012

Pretty cool. I love the oldskool music.


Go to page: [1/1]


Please log in to add a comment!

User Votes: Average: 3.11 points (9 votes)

vote by mailman: 3/5

vote by SoLO: 2/5

vote by corial: 3/5

vote by z5: 3/5

vote by jack-3d: 4/5

vote by wayne: 3/5

vote by malmix: 3/5

vote by slayer: 4/5

vote by Lonewolf10: 3/5


Please log in to vote on this production!

A.D.A. Amiga Demoscene Archive, Version 3.0