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Future Shock by Borderzone Dezign Team
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release date : 1986
  • rulez 5
  • is ok 1
  • sucks 0
popularity : 45%
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This is the first demo i ever saw and still holds as one of my all-time favourites. Don't expect anything more than a picture, border scroll and music (apart from one nice little effect when it gets going) but the way it's all put together is just so nice.
rulez added on the 2003-06-21 23:40:07 by TMR{C0S} TMR{C0S}
Yes, classic stuff :)
For the younger generation, some info.
That computer there is a Commodore Amiga 1000. The next-generation homecomputer from Commodore.
The King Tut image was an oft-used promotional image (I believe it was originally from DPaint, a paint program by Electronic Arts, for the Amiga).

Amiga was a fantastic machine, and the Amiga 500 (low-budget version of the Amiga 1000) gave the demoscene a huge injection because of its incredible combination of sound, graphics and processing power.
I suppose this demo is a result of the fascination that its authors had for the Amiga.
rulez added on the 2003-06-21 23:56:49 by Scali Scali
Here we go! Extra points for Demon music in Electrosound.
rulez added on the 2009-06-10 23:37:09 by 4mat 4mat
Neil Baldwin (Demon) music and style ahead of it's time
rulez added on the 2015-08-06 10:53:03 by Weyland Yutani Weyland Yutani
This is a C64-classic, with great style and one of the best C64-tunes!
rulez added on the 2020-02-05 20:35:29 by Waffemann Waffemann

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