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Credits

Demo:

Rift

Group:

The Black Lotus

Code:

E-moon

Kalms

Code additional:

Dep

Erique

Graphics:

Calladin

Duffe

Embretson

Joc

Lutze

Sammelin

Music:

Blaizer

Support:

Rubberduck

Information

Category:

Demo

Release:

April 2014

Party:

Revision 2014

Amiga Demo compo

ranking 1st

Chipset:

Aga

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Screenshots

User Comments (6)

comment by z5 on 22 May 2014

It would be really nice if somebody from TBL could give more precise credits so that the correct and complete credits can be added.


comment by emoon on 22 May 2014

Coding:

emoon (main)
Kalms

Add. Code:

Dep
Erique

Graphics:

Calladin (main)
Duffe
Lutze
Embretson
Joc
Sammelin

Rubblo (Support)
Blaizer (music)


comment by emoon on 22 May 2014

Also it would be good if the screenshots could be taken from the Final version instead.


comment by z5 on 22 May 2014

@emoon: thanks for the credits. And yes, i will do screenshots from the final version at some point.


comment by bonkers on 29 May 2014

Great to see TBL back with a demo again. The best parts are definitely the intro part, the very fast mountain scene and of course the fantastic statue scene. Really marvelling at the level of detail in that part. Shame that the credits are so "stuttering" as it destroyed a lot of the flow of the demo that was built up during the intro. However, the graphics are gorgeous in that part. If I should mention something negative it has to be the size of the demo which raises questions about what part of the demo is pure animation, at least the credits I guess. Anyhow, that is nitpicking, I don't mind animations as long as they are taken for what they are. Lovely demo and great to have TBL back after such a long time.


comment by Overflow on 30 May 2014

This demo was impressive the first time I saw it, but I still had a sense that some past TBL demos had a more epic feeling. But after reading some pouet comments and rewatching it several times, I enjoy it more and more. A demo that you enjoy more each time you watch it gotta be a good one :)

And I simply LOVE the music! I listen to it daily ^^


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User Votes: Average: 4.36 points (11 votes)

vote by slayer: 5/5

vote by jamie2010: 5/5

vote by bonkers: 3/5

vote by Overflow: 5/5

vote by z5: 3/5

vote by tjahzi: 5/5

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