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Anonymous
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#1 - Posted: 26 Feb 2005 11:28
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Hi! I am italian, but I spik english. For many years I have been searching a demo. In it there were many images in succession what they were representing of the strange geometrical figures 3 d on backgrounds alienates. You had to click with the Mouse to go to the next image, he was all so. Many image of strange figures 3 d geometrical. There was also a song I remember well. A Sottofondo song. I still have the floppy disk but my Amiga and route. On the floppy disk I remember having written "Mam demo" but I do not know what it meant, if only the sentence was not complete well. Please help me there find it again. I have looked for him for quite a lot of years. Thanks. :) ([email=]alexanubis92@hotmail.com[/email])
Anonymous
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#2 - Posted: 18 Mar 2005 14:25
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News?
noname
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#3 - Posted: 18 Mar 2005 16:28
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no. we are dead.
z5_
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#4 - Posted: 18 Mar 2005 22:52
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@noname:

shut up, i'm not dead yet :)

Other than that, i can't help you with the demo. Can you be a bit more precise because i don't grasp some of the things you wrote. What is a Sottofondo song? And was it a slideshow (picture show)?
Anonymous
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#5 - Posted: 27 Mar 2005 19:30
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Mmmmh, propably some kind of fractal renderer? Sottofondo could gibe a hint if I only knew what he means. ;)

Possible: Anarchy's Digital Inovation has a longer fractal part which can be influenced with various key/mouse clicks.

Half Brains Team's (Italy IIRC?) Sunstone has a really strange part in the middle, drawing hires fractals over trippy 2col images with also quite trippy music (non techno!)... really psychedelic.
Anonymous
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#6 - Posted: 15 Apr 2005 17:04
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sorry, but the title?
Anonymous
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#7 - Posted: 3 Feb 2006 20:04
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maybe the title is not "demo mam", but "demo MAM" or others words. i don't know. If you want look photos of this floppy go

http://www.forumcommunity.net/?t=2497130&st=15

PLEASE READ MY FIRST POST FOR THE DESCRPITION

PLEAAAASE!
z5_
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#8 - Posted: 4 Feb 2006 10:19
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Well, i thought that the writings on the disk were "DEMO MANIA", with the NIA not being so clear. Can you see for yourself on the disk? Demomania was a tool to make demos, as far as i recall.

Still doesnt help you with the demo though. Can you please explain what a "Sottofondo song" means?

If still no luck, try to post your question on www.pouet.net (in the bbs).
Anonymous
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#9 - Posted: 5 Feb 2006 13:11
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thanks. do you know where i can download the .adf of Demomania?

Maybe the words is not "Demo mam" but "Demo mak" (demo maker, i think).

But i don't know... What do you think about this?
dalton
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#10 - Posted: 5 Feb 2006 19:49
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Doesn't it say "demo HAM"?

You must be looking for Samantha Fox HAM Demo 4 by Megahawks Inc.
krabob
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#11 - Posted: 6 Feb 2006 11:17
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You must have re-written an obscure lostandfound disk with an unrelated name,in the early 90's, with a fractal-like slide show from an obscure fred-fish-like collection, and then forgot it , ....

... I remember having a IRON MAIDEN EDDIE-THE-HEAD slideshow at the time, linked with amos, with a heavy metal mod music. Kids were compiling tons, tons and tons of shits like this and then send that to, as i said, very obscure disk collections, that then published their catalogues in amiga papermags ads.
bonkers
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#12 - Posted: 6 Feb 2006 15:06
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@dalton
Samantha Fox HAM Demo 4 is really your favourite demo isn't it? =)
Anonymous
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#13 - Posted: 6 Feb 2006 20:36
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No, is not this demo...
PLEASE read the description of the demo in the first post...
Anonymous
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#14 - Posted: 6 Feb 2006 20:41
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FOR COMPLETE DESCRIPYION OF THE DEMO READ
HERE

http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?p=227484#post2 27484

 

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