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Credits

Demo:

Friday at eight

Group:

Polka Brothers

Code:

Airwalk

Graphics:

Colin

Mount

Music:

Slide

Information

Category:

Demo

Release:

April 1994

Party:

The Gathering 1994

Amiga Demo compo

ranking 3rd

Chipset:

Aga

Download Amiga:

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Other releases (9)

Creep (3.2)

4ko (4.13)

Blob! (3.57)

Gevalia (4.1)

Herb (3.44)

No! (3.77)

Noname (3.73)

The prey (4.25)

Twisted (4.41)

Screenshots

User Comments (9)

comment by pepto on 23 June 2002

This demo has great music/fx sync (like about all Polka Brothers demos have), runs just great on low-spec systems and has great effects, design and sound... really cool little demo...


comment by z5 on 07 July 2002

Yep, Polka Brothers is one of my all time favourite groups and this demo clearly shows why. It just has so much energy in it and it's so fast. And the synchronisation between the cool music and the effects is just crazy. This is one of those demos that will never show its age and no matter how many times i have seen it, it will keep rewatching it. Fresh and damn funky. A classic indeed!


comment by spin on 10 July 2002

since this demo noone can live without syncing his productions. polka has invented it.


comment by ToAks on 23 May 2004

great demo and was even greater on the big screen at tg94!


comment by rloaderror on 25 November 2004

brings back the memories


comment by sp on 21 October 2005

I love this classic! Tg94 will not be the same without it. The timing and slide's wierd music makes this an original and superb production.


comment by aPx^a1k on 17 May 2006

http://main.aminet.net/demo/aga/friday.lha


comment by Toffeeman on 12 December 2006

Cool Demo ! Lots of blitter filling and line drawing all in perfect sync to the music.


comment by otopsi on 01 May 2009

I love this one! I could relax to the ending scrollermusic all day! A must see (I watch this at least once a week ha ha)


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User Votes: Average: 4.51 points (37 votes)

vote by pepto: 5/5

vote by z5: 5/5

vote by spin: 5/5

vote by nakin: 4/5

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vote by strife/apathy: 5/5

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vote by Ralph Wiggum: 5/5

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vote by Vanquish: 4/5

vote by falcon_11: 5/5

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vote by sp: 5/5

vote by saimo: 4/5

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vote by Frog: 5/5

vote by Toffeeman: 4/5

vote by murphyEXD: 5/5

vote by Boogeyman: 3/5

vote by koidashi: 5/5

vote by amos: 5/5

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