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http://www.atari.sk/forever/

 

incl. download... congrats to my TQA friends & rest of the scene... esp. TMR taking part with little nice intro as well... :D

 

Intro compo:

1. 488 p. PLO - Eru & X-Ray

2. 467 p. Exe - Eru & X-Ray

3. 445 p. Hellix - Raster / C.P.U.

4.-5. 419 p. Vector City - Bob!k / C.P.U.

4.-5. 419 p. Glenches - pr0be

6. 356 p. Matrix1k - Patarik / Satantronic

7. 338 p. Plasma4 - MatoSimi

8. 273 p. 1k_party - T.M.R. / Cosine

9. 175 p. Forever - Laoo / New Generation

10. 112 p. Grzybson Intro 2 - Grzybson

11. 78 p. Friends - (Commodore scene!)

 

Graphics compo:

1. 382 p. Laboratorium Dr. Vista - Anj / Tristesse

2. 323 p. Principal - Dely / Blowjobb

 

Music compo:

1. 422 p. Irish - X-Ray & BeWu / Grayscale

2. 374 p. Windy Mind - BeWu / Grayscale

3. 370 p. Swiftray - X-Ray / Grayscale

4. 348 p. Forgotten sounds - Tatqoo / Taquart

5. 313 p. Time to turn - Raster / C.P.U

6. 248 p. Flat Fish - Centy Brown

7. 170 p. Null Cubic - Elan / Satantronic

 

Demo compo:

1. 478 p. Basix - Raster / C.P.U.

 

Realtime compo:

?. 295 p. Szwindel - Greg / Grayscale

?. 294 p. Zynzel - X-Ray / Grayscale

?. 275 p. Criss-Cross - Bob!k & Raster / C.P.U.

?. 248 p. Dzyngol - BeWu / Grayscale

 

Other:

Forever5 presentation system - Raster

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Anyone know what the ZX spectrum demos were like? I'd like to know how my demo would've compared if I'd finished it on time...

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Well, the one that won was great. Nice design and *great* soundtrack IMO. Rest of zx demos were rather mediocre :)

 

PaX

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Funnily enough, the winning demo was by Evilpaul and 4-Mat...! =-)

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TMR - by the way, nice little intro by yourself.  

Is it your first atari demomaking attempt ?

 

Sort of, i've done the CGM UKScene Radio Intro and have some work files that are slowly evolving into a dentro - that was really just a test routine for something more complex that didn't get finished in time. Not sure when it will get finished (my C64 demo didn't either...) but i hope in the next few months. =-)

 

i've just added 1K Party to the Cosine site and the CGM Intro is already there.

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Basix is really funny. I'd really like to see more programs of this genre. It surely gave me new ideas.

 

Great work Raster & Bob!k !!!

 

..follow the white rabbit 8)

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Basix is really funny. I'd really like to see more programs of this genre.

I'm glad of people's Basix popularity. :D

More programs of this genre? ... Do you know our SelfDemo published at Forever3 (2002)? (I hope people wasn't reseting Atari when Self Test screen appear... it isn't the end of this demo... it's just the begin...) ;)

It surely gave me new ideas.

BTW - I treasured ideas used in Basix approximately for one year (from Forever4 to Forever5). ;)

Great work Raster & Bob!k !!! ..follow the white rabbit  8)

Thanks. :)

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Well,

the Forever 5 software image also contains one CIN picture. Alas, it is buggy: it has only 123 sectors, whereas uncompressed CIN pix have a length of 132 sectors. I think I know why this happened: CIN 1.1 allows only uncompressed pix, loads and saves 132 sectors; CIN 1.2 allows compressed pix as well, saves and loads compressed pix correct, loads uncompressed pix correct, but does not save uncompressed pix correct - it saves them with 123 instead of 132 sectors...

 

The funny thing is, that as long as the picture is in memory one can easily load version 1.1 and save the picture in uncompressed format and then load version 1.2 and save in compressed format (or the other way around). But, if the picture is not in memory, loading an uncompressed CIN picture with only 123 sectors results in an error ($88 or 136) and then displays garbage. Of course, since I got this CIN picture from the Forever5 disk, it was not in memory but had to be loaded from disk and thus appeared as garbage. The only solution I had then, was loading the CIN / Gr. 15+11 picture as an interlaced Gr. 9+11 pic. via Apacview. This way I could guess at last what the picture should have looked like (because of its much lower resolution then)...

 

maybe someone can contact the author (who has the original picture) and tell him to save the CIN pic again with version 1.1 uncompressed or version 1.2 compressed... greetings, Andreas.

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Hmmm,

"Follow the White Rabbit!" - where do I know this from ?!? Ah yes, memory serves me, it is from the animated movie Watership Down... Anyway, Basix is a very funny demo, job well done Raster ! greetings, Andreas Magenheimer.

 

P.S.: Watership Down is an animated movie from 1982 or 1983 or so...

(here in Germany known as: Watership Down / Unten am Fluss)

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Hmmm,

"Follow the White Rabbit!" - where do I know this from ?!? Ah yes, memory serves me, it is from the animated movie Watership Down... Anyway, Basix is a very funny demo,  job well done Raster ! greetings, Andreas Magenheimer.

 

P.S.: Watership Down is an animated movie from 1982 or 1983 or so...

       (here in Germany known as: Watership Down / Unten am Fluss)

hm..... matrix? :D

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Well,

as you can see, Watership Down was long before Matrix. so they might have quoted / stolen that phrase from there. Or is there any other movie or book, where this phrase "follow the white rabbit" appeared first ?!? Alice in Wonderland maybe ?!? greetings, Andreas.

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