Heap by Ananasmurska [web]
screenshot added by blueflame on 2001-12-15 16:26:38
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release date : november 2001
release party : Lamerfest 2001
compo : combined demo
ranked : 2nd
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popularity : 55%
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alltime top: #39186
added on the 2001-12-15 16:26:38 by blueflame blueflame

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There is a typo Demo name is "Heap". There is allso a linux version which is better.
added on the 2001-12-15 16:29:28 by blueflame blueflame
if you don't like msvc, you could always try mingw32, which is the gcc equivalent for win32, if I'm not totally mistaking :)
ok demo, some nice effects, but the music is not good, at some points it even sounds disharmonic.
added on the 2001-12-16 08:19:58 by lug00ber lug00ber
The code is good, but could need some help from a designer/color co-ordinator perhaps :)

It's an OK demo with pretty crappy GOA colors. And always fun to see more linux (/unix) productions
added on the 2001-12-16 10:28:53 by skypher skypher
There wasn't exactly an overwhelming amount of effects, but what was there looked quite nice!
Some quite nice stuff in this one, standard music
added on the 2002-10-10 05:39:55 by Crest Crest
I find the anti-Windows/VC++ spirit rather sad... Why does VC++ suck, and what makes linux better? The fact that you don't know how to use Windows/VC++? Whatever...
Anyway, if the scrolling ASM code in the beginning was an attempt to show off your l33t skillz, it failed... Namely that was 16 bit DOS code, and was most definitely not used in this production, and most probably not in any of your productions.
sucks added on the 2003-01-03 15:42:00 by Scali Scali
Actually, the production you mentioned is this: http://koti.mbnet.fi/~blueflam/ananasmurska/products/mini.zip
added on the 2003-02-20 17:12:43 by Ion Ion
The fact I don't know how to use VC++ is an important part of it's suckiness, but the main part is it's broken scoping rules.
Nothing wrong with 16bit DOS code. It may not qualify as 'noticeable capability', but any asm is enough for 'l33t skillz' ;) Made a half decent overlay, anyways...
added on the 2003-02-21 13:31:12 by j.pupu j.pupu
rulez added on the 2006-09-05 17:58:29 by iks iks

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