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Date: 2009-06-02 09:12
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2009-06-02 09:56

1. Leise writes

Happened to me2, it was bizare. =) a tune would have helped this one.
2009-06-02 10:26

2. mr.spiv writes

Not bad small intro at all. But as said above, a nice tune would have beefed this up a lot... like mod.echoing :D
2009-06-02 12:47

3. WayneK writes

Simple, but very nice... I likes! :) And for those wondering why there is no music... on the SNES, unless you ripped/hand-relocated a game tune (or patched the intro specifically to play a tune from the game the intro was attached to, by just calling the player already there!), there were no public musicplayers of any kind. The Doctor/ATX made a kind of MOD player (I think it still needed some hand-tweaking for each tune? Better ask TWK or Pan about this, since at the time my SNES skills were limited to playing Axelay and Mario Kart), and also Censor of course (the SIDplayer for their famous C64 musicdemo) - but neither were released or even leaked around the scene. So, no music :(
2009-06-02 16:52

4. janer 1 writes

well known one here.. and thx wayneK for the info.. btw same GORDON as on the amiga `?
2009-06-02 18:11

5. WayneK writes

Yes, this is Gordon/Supplex (and Sensics, and...). He used the same "Gordon production" credit gfx on some of his amiga stuff :)
2009-06-02 18:33

6. mr.spiv writes

@WayneK The other Anthrox SNES intro had a music & a player. Is that from much later era then?
2009-06-02 22:58

7. WayneK writes

spiv: Yeah, it was later, and if you check the credits you'll see the music routine was by Alfatech/Censor (that I mentioned above as the SIDplayer snes author :P ).
I think the reason was, that the main cpu/gfx chip programming manuals were quite well spread, but the music-chip (SPC?) manual was only in the hands of very few people by comparison... hence, very few ppl did anything with snes sound :P
2009-06-03 05:12

8. Serpent writes

Quite nice one, a happy tune wouldn't hurt (but NOT mod.echoing, it wouldn't fit here :P)
2009-06-03 08:07

9. mr.spiv writes

@Serpent: Maybe some Astaroth chip by Hippel then :P
2009-06-03 17:29

10. axis/cascade writes

nice style. i like it. music missing!
2009-06-03 20:45

11. janer 1 writes

i would some tune on the c64 daglishs AVENGER or H.A.T.E .. or maybe KETTLE
they would be nice-- hehehe
2010-04-24 14:01

12. sink writes

i like it too, with a good chip become top ;)
2015-08-02 15:29

13. Lordee writes

One of the most stylish SNES intros for sure. Just noticed that the font and background effect in this look very similar to the menu used in "Fish & Chips", an Amiga chiptune collection by Sonic.
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2015-08-02 16:29

14. WayneK writes

Good spot Lordee! I wonder who ripped off who (if anyone), which was first: Amiga or SNES?
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2015-08-03 07:00

15. Lordee writes

Both came out in 1993, the chipdisk in June and the "Zombies Ate My Neighbors" game in July or September - if that's the first time they used this intro. But I'd say it's more likely that Gordon saw the Amiga chipdisk, I doubt the Sonic 'demo scene' guys messed around with SNES copiers. Either way the color cycling, bouncing text and writer routine aren't there in "Fish & Chips" and make this really nice!
2015-08-03 08:08

16. sim writes

A little bit difficult to read, but nice style and design (by Sonic Finland). With a decent chiptune this SNES intro would have been a very nice prod! Not mentioning if it have had a nice logo ;)