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Warp by legend design
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release date : august 1994
release party : Assembly 1994
compo : pc demo
ranked : 4th
  • rulez 12
  • is ok 1
  • sucks 1
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added on the 2001-07-07 22:45:43 by phoenix phoenix

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One of the classic PC "megademos" of its day. I couldn't get a screenshot, but they're not working now anyway. :/
rulez added on the 2001-07-07 22:49:30 by phoenix phoenix
a classic, OK, but DAMN it's boring...
added on the 2001-07-08 00:17:18 by fractalgp fractalgp
hmmm, I think I actually have to give this demo a "rulez". as I watched it (it worked in dos7.10 on my p3) again in the process of grabbing some screenshots I must really say that is has some killer effects (like the shaded vectorworld in the beginning), much better than I remembered. It's still quite a bit boring though,...

and sorry about the screenshots, but when the screengrabber was loaded, it took my comp in excess of 1 hour and 10 minutes to get to the "warp"-logo which is about 30 seconds into the demo :)
rulez added on the 2001-07-08 02:00:13 by fractalgp fractalgp
this doesn't work on windowsXP and amiga.. nevertheless: it rules because it's made by legend design!!!
rulez added on the 2002-04-08 11:49:34 by chromag chromag
Legend Design == Lame Namerippers
sucks added on the 2003-01-02 21:30:46 by stylus stylus
rulez added on the 2003-01-11 17:09:05 by dubmood dubmood
If memory serves right, this thing is running on Sindbad (386+ PM engine), so it won't run with EMM386 or other DOS extenders, such as Windows. It also has this config thingy, which detected all gfx cards and processors available to the date of release.
The development of Warp was way "distributed", when the coder and GFX folks met in Hamburg, and the sounds were done in Rhein-Main and transferred via modem.
I think that the Pharao Mask part was the first real Gouraud realtime shader on x86, though I'm not quite sure.
There are also some hidden key combinations while the prod is running, but I forgot them, somehow, over the years.
added on the 2004-12-21 16:44:09 by alpha alpha
hi alpha :)
actually the mask was shaded in phong plus reflection mapping - and no one else did something like this before on x86.
press "a", then "n" during the mask part and you get to see a bouncing wobbly lens effect.
many greetings from nomad, too.
rulez added on the 2005-03-02 20:10:51 by avatar_ld avatar_ld
ruled
rulez added on the 2005-03-02 21:22:27 by Preacher Preacher
i always liked the 'warp' logo a lot.. nice demo too
rulez added on the 2005-08-01 18:50:40 by Maali Maali
i managed to get this hog to run with dosbox 0.65. use the following command line switches:
warp -S1 -A240 -AD
add -P3 to go to the phong parts.
rulez added on the 2006-05-11 19:31:57 by __ceric_h __ceric_h
woops, phong. my bad...
It's cool that you still remember the keys, Eric ;-)
added on the 2008-04-11 12:03:53 by alpha alpha
Pretty nice demo!
rulez added on the 2008-08-07 18:15:13 by d3pth d3pth
It's great!
rulez added on the 2008-08-20 23:40:44 by Optimus Optimus
nice demo. what a strange end.
rulez added on the 2016-05-19 18:37:05 by iks iks

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