Traitors & Quadlite - Space Harrier

Hits: 669

More
Tags
Category: FlashtrosAmiga
Author:
Submitted by: musashi9
Date: 2015-07-21 11:09

See more from : Traitors
See more from : Quadlite


Powered by the best online Amiga mod player: FLOD


Some more you may like:
The Power Connection - Space Harrier IIQuadlite - Fast EmQuadlite - GarrisonQuadlite - Obliterator

Comments

Leave a Comment!

Name:
: Use this calculator
Your comment will be available for editing for 10 minutes
2015-07-21 11:54

1. mr.spiv writes

Damn, this scroller type is haunting me. Gotta do one some day.. Nice intro.
reply
Reply to comment #1
2015-07-21 15:22
Avatar

2. newton writes

me too :-)
reply
2015-07-21 12:11

3. Zeronine writes

Yeah!!! Thanks for putting this here. This is actually one of my favourite Intros i did. The scroller was inspired by the Sega game Thunderblade. The music was a recomposition of the PC-Engine pinball game Alien Crush :D
reply
Reply to comment #3
2015-07-21 15:24
Avatar

4. newton writes

big fan here :-) i love the quadlite stuff. My favorite intro is the one on Obliterator.
reply
2015-07-21 12:50

5. mr.spiv writes

So what was the story behind Major Rom and PC Engine..? How did that end? ;)
reply
Reply to comment #5
2015-07-22 19:06

6. Zeronine writes

Major Rom, Mark II and me where huge fans of the PC Engine. We had most of the games that where released for it that time and where playing them a lot. Major Rom then cracked the PC Engine, as he can not resist to crack everything...hahaha :) He developed a copy hardware for the PC Engine that you could connect to the Amiga. Basically like a development system. He connected some RAM to the PC Engines BUS System so it would load the games from the RAM. He made some Amiga Software for loading and ripping the games. As far as i know he did only two versions of this hardware for PC Engine, one for himself and one for Mark II . RAM was quite expensive back then. I think i also made some little software to rip grafix from the PC Engine Roms. Thats where the Fireworks in the Leodemo are coming from. They are actually explosion from Galaga 88 PC Engine version.
reply
2015-07-21 20:20

7. WayneK writes

Love the scroller here & the music too... although my version of Space Harrier is better :) I guess you can say Quadlite helped my version, since I used Action Replay!
reply
Reply to comment #7
2015-07-21 20:31

8. StingRay writes

Quadlite didn't have much to do with AR though, they made the Nordic Power cartridge. :P Always liked the intro which was unusual for its time. Nice scroller indeed! :)
reply
Reply to comment #8
2015-07-27 10:29

9. Zeronine writes

Yeah Major Rom and me did Nordic Power and also contributed to X-Power (the follow up product) that was based on the Nordic Power code.
reply
Reply to comment #9
2015-07-27 14:51

10. WayneK writes

Ah ok, thanks for the info Sting + 09. In that case, no thanks to Quadlite for my version of Space Harrier :P
reply
2015-07-22 09:04
Avatar

11. sachy writes

Cool scroller and tune, stars bottom-up are nice too. In fact I like everything in this one, gr8 job Zeronine!
reply
2015-07-27 08:37
Avatar

12. stu writes

nice intro and nice backstory Zeronine. :)
reply
2015-07-28 15:42

13. pmc writes

Love the scroller and the way the ball writer at the top works, tune's a good one too.
reply
2015-07-30 11:09

14. sim writes

Very nice bubble "typer" and original, demo-ish scroll ! Really cool! I like the music, which reminds me the spirit of an arcade coin-op japanese game!
reply