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March 1993


Cebit Demo Competition 1993

Amiga Demo compo

ranking 3rd



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Other releases (9)

Arte (4.68)

Elysium (4.25)

Interference (4.4)

Jesterday (4.47)

Roots (4)

Roots 2.0 (4.54)

Turmoil (3.8)

World of commodore (4.57)

e255 (4)


User Comments (6)

comment by Vanquish on 17 October 2003

Haha!...the thing that immediately springs to mind is the very last screen! Anyone who as seen this demo wil know what I mean! :) As for the rest of it, well, it is short and for the want of a better word...MAD! The fast pace and the harsh drum and bass soundtrack give a very urgent feel to the demo, and infact it is all over as fast as it feels. There are a few nice bits, like the scaling squares and triangles at the start but otherwise, it's all pretty forgettable (apart from that last screen!!!). This demo is one of a three part series called the 'Confusion Trilogy' but I don't know which part this is? I have seen one of the other parts 'Optimum FuckUp' but is there a 3rd? Mmmm...?

comment by z5 on 18 October 2003

Hmm...i really don't know what to give to this small Sanity production. Agreed, the effects and graphics are all pretty standard stuff...nothing to get excited about. But the SOUNDTRACK... it is just so amazing. One of the best demoscoundtracks ever. It just adds so much to this otherwise quite average demo. The soundtrack and the synch.

comment by prm on 29 April 2004

3+? 4-? Well. I'll give it 3 for now. Nice production anyway. And as mentioned above - stunning music.

Vanquish: I really don't know. I _think_ that "Hospital Since Friday!" was meant to be the third and last part in the Confusion trilogy. But... Since that production only included one doom routine (more or less) and ended up 16th (?) at TP'93 many people never heard of it.

comment by ToAks on 23 May 2004

Another lovely sanity demo but this time by TRON!

Sanity = Superb!

comment by zerox/gods on 17 October 2004

This demo hasn't by far got the same standard as the Arte demo which was released later on that year. However, it's better than Optimal fuckup released the previous year.

comment by mailman on 26 February 2011

A mediocre production with an excellent timing and music.

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User Votes: Average: 3.14 points (14 votes)

vote by Vanquish: 2/5

vote by Frequent: 3/5

vote by strife/apathy: 3/5

vote by prm: 3/5

vote by ToAks: 4/5

vote by Ralph Wiggum: 3/5

vote by DJBase: 3/5

vote by wayne: 3/5

vote by zerox/gods: 3/5

vote by falcon_11: 3/5

vote by lennart: 2/5

vote by mailman: 3/5

vote by Boogeyman: 4/5

vote by Hannibal: 5/5

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