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Author: BLAZER
Submitted by: musashi9
Date: 2007-08-26 13:59
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2007-08-26 15:16

1. mr.spiv writes

Hmmm.. All mighty music :love Coder colors and obvious coder design :p Just misses a bit on the scroller effect. Isn't the "logo" using Tristar's fonts?
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2007-08-26 15:32

2. mr.spiv writes

The scroller talks about 4 pixel coppers.. was it so in the original?
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2007-08-26 16:02
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3. newton writes

yes, this is a font from a tristar demo. a very cool font, and the demo was awesome too.
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2007-08-26 17:36
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4. jelux writes

whatsthe name of that sound/composer, where can i download it? any mp3version_ of it? cheers and keep up your great work, and some more SToRM demos would be highly appreciated ;-)
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2007-08-26 17:47

5. janer 1 writes

tune by jochen hippel . and for the cracktro.. good one... but as so often.. more the music makes it cool ;)
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2007-08-26 18:11
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6. axis_cascade writes

hammer music but missing scroll effects, too but all in all a very nice intro. like to watch it !
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2007-08-26 18:57

7. MacGyver writes

nice one - but the tune remember me always the paranoimia-intro @ new york warriors!
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2007-08-26 22:18
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8. bLAZER writes

Spiv: I understand that either... it's clearly 8 pixels... by the way use right mouse to pause.
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2007-08-27 11:30
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9. Flasher writes

Great looking logo and copper effect..
They should have put more effort on that scroller, though.
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2007-08-27 15:27

10. WayneK writes

In the original, didn't the copper wave all over (X/Y) rather than just up/down? And most of it was coded by Moses (coder of the awful racing game "Burning Rubber" for Ocean), and not hotwire/inner city if I remember correctly.
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2007-08-27 15:56
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11. bLAZER writes

The waving is exactly as it appears in WinUAE anyways...
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