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Offline Hardboy

Re: Best AMIGA Demo
« Reply #15 on: October 10, 2002, 04:29:40 PM »
TLU - Mortality

One of best themes, that I have ever seen in a demo.

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Re: Best AMIGA Demo
« Reply #16 on: October 10, 2002, 04:33:27 PM »
DOWN [remix] by Azure!
on a simply A1200...

Offline Coder

Re: Best AMIGA Demo
« Reply #17 on: October 10, 2002, 06:25:05 PM »
For me ... the 'Pink Floyd - The Wall' demo.

How many disk? I got somewhere a 1 disk demo of it. But I see further down this thread there are more then 1 downloads. Anyone?

Check it out - I found the ass-end!

Offline ruffneck

Re: Best AMIGA Demo
« Reply #18 on: October 11, 2002, 11:20:40 PM »
Dont forget sound demos: Extravaganja - musicdisk by Nerve Axis with music from Ganja.


Offline Revener

Re: Best AMIGA Demo
« Reply #19 on: October 12, 2002, 12:45:52 AM »
I've always liked Neural Assault by RAGE (BP BP BP BP ;-) ) and No future (don't remeber who made it) was nice too. They had ripped the death star run scene from, Return of the Jedi.

btw been ages since I watched any demos, and those too are the only ones I have left ;-)
If you have ghosts you have everything

Roky rulz!!!

Offline baba

Re: Best AMIGA Demo
« Reply #20 on: October 15, 2002, 01:00:16 PM »
I've seen an ECS Demo named Fatal morgana, that i've download in Back to the roots
I'm downloading some other, an when i'll see a good one, i'll tell you.
I've used to like "La démo des félé 1 et 2", who are the best 2 demo i've ever seen
They are frensh demo, speaking about Atari, T.V,
Songs : "On dit beuh, ce sont des arabeuh, jean marie va les ré-expédier" (chui pas raciste mais ca fait délirer!)
I'd really like to see them again, so if you ear somthing downloadable about "La démo des félés" , (où on voit les félés de lustucru) write a message, that's a great fun demo without scrooling and effects. Only gags !

Offline Lando

Re: Best AMIGA Demo
« Reply #21 on: October 19, 2002, 10:39:42 PM »
My favourites are the usual ones that people choose - State Of The Art and 9 fingers by Spaceballs, CyberCinemaTastic and The Castle by Loonies, Lapsuus by Mature Furk, Desert Dreams by Kefrens.  I used to like Jesus on E's but I've gone off it recently...

I don't really like TBL demos - they're all a bit "samey" and have pretty poor performance on 060 when you compare to similar demos from other groups.... they spent too much time coding PC's I think to remember what optimisation is l)

Offline platon42

Re: Best AMIGA Demo
« Reply #22 on: October 20, 2002, 12:45:14 AM »
On OCS/ECS: ARTE/Sanity, Desert Dream/Kefrens, 9Fingers & State of the Art/Spaceballs, Hardwired. Most of the Andromeda stuff (Sequential, D.O.S., Mirror etc.). Some Lego intro's were quite cool.

On AGA: Nexus 7/Andromeda, Relic/Nerve Axis (I wonder why nobody suggested this one so far), MegaDemoIV/Artwork, most of the TBL stuff (Glow, Tint, Goa, Captured Dreams, Rain, Perfect Circle), Hotstyle Takeover/Loonies (for running in one frame), The Law & Repugnance from Powerline, most of the Mellow Chips demos, Motion/Bomb.
4k Intros: Exploder & Azure stuff.

The most impressing PPC 64k intro so far: Planet Potion by Potion.
Regards, Chris Hodges )-> http://www.platon42.de <-(

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Re: Best AMIGA Demo
« Reply #23 on: October 30, 2002, 06:18:11 PM »
Have you ever seen the PC demo "Heaven 7"?

Probably the best demo ever created on any platform.

(downloadable from pouet.net or orange juice)