D380 FROGGIES OVER THE FENCE (3 DISKS £4.50)
by Legacy, ST Connexion and the Overlanders. An amazing demo from some of the best coders presently working on the Atari ST.
D379 NECRO MUNDA
by Paranoia. A high quality music demo from the team that brought you 'Son et Lumiere' (disk D305). It contains 11 high quality tunes plus an array ofvisual entertainments.
by Orbital Software. A multi-screen mega STOS demo.
D377 ANOMALY (2 DISKS/£3.00)
by MJJ. Use the cursor keys to roll a marble around a landscape then enter oneof many doors to access the demo screens.
D376 VEXIRIK (2 DISKS/£3.00)
A two disk mega-demo coded in STOS (some screens need 1mb).
D375 BRUTAL TECHNO (STE 1MB)
by Andrenaline featuring techno rap with dancing lemmings.
D374 BURNING ILLUSION 1MB
A sequentially running demo by DNT.
D373 DREAMS 1MB
Superb dentro by Animal Mine of Holland.
D372 REALITY IS A LIE (1MB, STE)
Good first demo from the German group Psychonomix.
D371 TRAOU'N INT KET BET GRAET BEN BREMAN (2 DISKS/£3.00 1MB)
A stunning demo by Adrenalin.
D370 CHOICE OF GODS (2 DISKS/£3.00)
by Holocaust. A 14 screen (plus 2 extra hidden ones) mega-demo.
D369 NEVER AND FOREVER
by Stew and written in pure GFA BASIC. If you don't think that GFA is anything special this multi-screen demo, which was three years in the making, may well change your mind! Also on the disk are some handy utilities aimed mainly at programmers. They are FONT2BIN to convert graphics to binary data, PLOTTER to plot sprite paths, CONVERT converts Easyrider disassembled source file to smaller more usable ones and STEWP10.ZIP for BBS SYSOPS using Turbo Board ST v.2xx
D368 CODING SO FAR (2 DISKS/£3.00)
The second major demo production by the Megabusters. Guide Mad Schneurpal around the garden to find the various sub-demos.
D367 EXTREME RAGE (1MB STE ONLY)
by Anatomica of Sweden. Sinecurves, shadowbobs, star-globes, plasma, etc.
D366 BIRDS OF PREY INTRO (1MB STE ONLY)
by Stuart Gilroy. The full animated intro sequence to the commercial game 'Birds of Prey'. The game itself never appeared on the ST.
D365 SYNERGY EXPERIENCE
by Exel. A 100% STOS coded demowith screens called 3D-Wire, Big Brother, Multi Screen, The Tracker and Circlesquare
D364 DIGITAL EXTAZY
Mega-demo by TTK. Walk the little man from Magic Pockets around the screen, up and down ladders to find the demos hidden behind the windows.
D363 GROTESQUE 1MB STE ONLY
by Omega. Techno music and psychedelic flashing images provide a superbly watchable demo.
D362 VENTURA (2 DISKS £3.00)
by The Overlanders. An impressive intro sequence leads you to the main menu from where another 11 sub-demos can be accessed. Between them they offer every- thing that quality demos should. There is also a very good reset demo. (A small part of the demo is 1mb).
D360 DREAMZONE (2 DISKS £3.00)
The Wild Boys are back with another super mega-demo. Walk Charlie around the screens to find the various demos. Vectorball cubes, overscan vectorballs, lamertest, Megatwister, etc., etc.
First mega-demo from Stax. Search the star systems for the bases that represent demo screens.
D358 NO BOMB
Multi-screen mega demo by A.C.C.S. (French crew).
D357 SWISS MEGA DEMO
To save the world and the rest of us from the threat of a Zaxxon invasion the Swiss must prove they are the best programmers in the universe. This is how they saved the world!
by Adrenaline (France). Multi-part demo, fractals, plasma, etc., with screens by Adrenaline, DNT, KGB and Sector One.
D355 EAT MY BO**OCKS D/S
Multi-part demo from Equinox of France.
D354 IF PIGS COULD FLY D/S
Good multi-part demo by the Syndicate featuring shade bobs, vectors, light- sourced lines, etc.
D353 MANIC D/S
by the Opposition. A STOS coded demo in which you have to drive a little motorcar around a road system via the keyboard to find the different demo screens.
by Top Notch Software. Multi-screen STOS demo produced to display the capabilities of the new 'Misty' extension for the language.
D351 ATARI FAIR DENTRO
by Animal Mine from the messe (exhibition) in Dusseldorf.
D350 M DEMO 4 (1MB STE)
by AN Cool. Music demo with graphics plus a Tron game and a Pong game. (Warning: has bad language on title screen)
D349 NPG MEGA DEMO
Good multi-screen mega demo from New Power Generation in which you use a work-man with a pneumatic drill to find the screens.. Unfortunately, two or three of the screens are corrupted on the STE.
D348 COCA COLA JINGLE #1 (1MB STE ONLY)
Good quality digitised version of the Coca Cola rap by Impact.
D347 COSMIC JAM
Good multi-vector demo from Imagina of Finland.
D346 BIRD MAD GIRL SHOW
by the Fraggles (France). Nice animated menu giving 8 screens accessible from the function keys. Screens by Fraggles (4), Prism, Poltergeist, Vegetables and N.Coder. (Slight corruption in one scroller on STE)
D345 VISUAL ONSLAUGHT (STE ONLY)
by Global Reflex. Allegedly one of the best STOS demos ever. It features unlimited sprites, 3D, fractals, starfields and whizzy lines.
D340 PHALEON 4 DISKS £6.00
A stunning four disk giga-demo, two years in the making, presented by Next
D338 X-PLOSION 1MB STE ONLY
A good multi-demo from Imagina of Norway.
D337 MUSIC FOR THE MASSES VOL.1
Eight pieces of music and a player from NPG. The tunes are: Elysium, Melodian, Quartex 1, Turrican II, Pestilence, Visions and Halloween.
Short dentro from the Hemoroids in which they show off a few of their routines
Good mega-demo from Pandemonium. Manouevre a robot around the screens to find the demos.
D334 MY SOCKS ARE WEAPONS
A short multi-part dentro from Legacy. Features 3D balls, line vectors, etc.
D333 MEGADAZ MEGADEMO II
by Daz. Run of the mill demo coded is STOS. Half a dozen demos accessible by moving your pacman character around the screen and avoiding the ghost.
A collection of about 140 Mad Max tunes, plus 18 of Count Zeros, plus 7 by ENS and 13 by LAP!
by the Hemoroids. Six demos accessible from the function keys, including a lamer test.
The biggest house music demo on the ST by Sentry. 18 minutes of digi-house music with stereo output on the STE.
Not an intro but a 'Dentro' in which the Hemoroids show us what they can do on the ST as a pre-view of their mega-demo 'Forgive no-one'
by the Dynamic Duo. Manoeuvre a unicycle around 'Cadaver' style dungeon rooms to find and enter the different demos.
The first mega-demo from the Megabusters. Float the turtle around the screens on its bunch of balloons to access the different demos.
A series of demos by Aggression, including Real-time Postscript Zoomer, PlasmaFractals. Glenz Vectors, etc.
D325 NTM 2 DISKS/£3.00
Super mega-demo from Zuul, featuring a vertical scrolling shoot 'em up that you must master to access the various screens.
D324 CROSSBONES KAOS MEETING: STE ONLY
Also known, erroneously, in some quarters as 'The Red Sector Mega-demo' this disk offers funky house music with brilliant visuals.
D323 SLAM (HARDCORE DANCEFLOOR II)
by The Wild Boys. Sampled house music, the follow up to the successful 'Hardcore Dancefloor'.
D322 MENTAL HANGOVER (STE ONLY)
by the Pixel Twins. A Scoopex demo converted from the Amiga.
D317 THE WORLD IS MY OYSTER
by Aura of Germany. A collection of 6 demos that run in a sequential fashion. They are 'Where the hell is my handerkerchief', 'What a Laber-Suelz Partytext!','Do you really want this cabbage?', 'Klei, fies und eklig', 'Greetingscroller and 'Endpart'. Digi-pics of the aura-crew are accessible from the demo.
D312 LIGHT SPEED
by the Untouchables and friends, the friends being the Enterprise, the Pixel Twins, Torment, Hotline and TUC. Walk the barbarian around the screen, up and down ladders, to find the various screens.
D311 TRANSBEAUCE II DISK 1
On disk D295 we have the lesser programs created for a French demo party. This is the disk with the all the best programs from the same party, so, if you thought D295 was good, just wait until you see this collection!
D310 SYNTH DREAM
A pleasant enough demo. After loading you have the option to select any one of16 different tunes to be instantly played. The next screen is a dig at Mad Max (The ST musician, not the film), and finally thereis the title screen from 'Eternal Development' with another dig at Mad Max.
D308 DDT STOS COLLECTION 1MB
A collection of three STOS demos by DDT. They are the political demo, a collection of digitised 'Spitting Image' voices, The Bishop demo and the Secret Lemonade Drinker, a digitising of the R. Whites TV ad.
D306 TOM & JERRY 1MB
Erictronics present an animated cartoon sequence featuring that loveable cat and mouse complete with digitised sound.
D305 SON ET LUMIERE
A sampled music demo featuring 11 complete tunes each using four sampled voices. If the tunes were sampled conventionally they would take up around 35 double-sided disks! The tunes are Cybernetik, Bonita, Electric Fox, Lean on Me, Flower Power, Lion, Madrigal, Nite Mix, Commando, Quasar and Paranoid.
D304 LE JOLI PETIT MATIN
by the Conceptors. That morning after feeling captured in cartoon form by Gotlib and supported by disgusting sampled sounds (over 15's only).
D303 TBS MEGA SLIDESHOW
A slideshow of screens from demos and commercial games, compiled by The Bad Stars of Finland. Move onto the next slide by pressing the up or down arrow but don't forget to press the spacebar too!
by The Pixel Twins. Wander around corridors, 'Dungeonmaster' style, searching for the doors that hide the different demos comprising this program. Very nicely done.
D301 PUNISH YOUR MACHINE (2 DISKS - £3.00)
by Delta Force. A mega-demo comprised of 15 super demos from some of the top demo writers. The screens are 'Sickest so far', 'Copperkaaahbaaahnaaah', 'When colours are going bang', 'The best part of creation' and 'Return of Medusa' by Delta Force themselves. Guest screens are Coast (Cray II Emulator on an ST) by BMT, 'Ishido, Way of the Stones' a good game screen from Cy, 'Leif Rullar by Electra, 'There are many sheep in Outer China' by the Overlanders, 'Let's do the Twist again' by ST-Connexions, 'The Cube' by Legacy, 'From Space to Leuten- bach' by Naos, 'ICC Z Screen' by Future Minds, 'The Magic Rasters' by Mystic, and '24 Minutes screen' by Scum of the Earth.
D299 SYNTH DREAM
A sound demo from Holland by Laurens Tummers. Six songs in all accessible from a single title screen.
D298 NEXT 1991 CHARTS
The Next Official Charts for 1991. Best crackers, intros, games, demos, music, etc. up to the end of 1990.
Six nice graphic and music screens by the Poltergeist and one from the Vegetables. The Poltergeist ones are Shoglo, Boze, Megadiff, Wings of Death, Frouzoum and The Scribe. The Vegetables screen is Akekool. Three of the scrollers are in English, the rest in French.
by the Alien Cracking Formation (ACF). Ten screens accessible from the function keys. They are: Chaos, Vector-balls, Raster-Screen, Ballscroller, DNA and More, Sinus Dots and Giga Scrollz. Guest screens from TVI and The Coders.
D295 TRANSBEAUCE II DISK II
From the biggest demo party ever held in France comes this 'Labour Day' disk of fifteen of the lesser demos. Don't be deceived by the word 'lesser' though, since these demos are pretty good in the own right!
D294 WARNING SIGN
The Next Generation disk show by the French group Warning Sign. A collection of Spectrum pictures on a fantasy/sci-fi theme.
A music demo with graphics by the Opposition. Main menu plus six screens as follows: Digi-Dragon (Quartet music and scroll), Scroll, Glory Mad Max (dedicated to Mad Max with 10 pieces of his music), Bouncee, Info and Greetings. Many of the screens have several pieces of music available via the function keys.
D292 GUDUL GEN4
A French demo coded by Gudul for Gen4. Select the other screens from the main menu by use of a blood-stained axe. The screens are Raster, Megascroll, Turn Scroll, Full Screen, Crazy Digi and MultiSprite.
The Pendragons. A good mega-demo from the Pandragons in France. You need to bounce a yellow ball (complete with face) around the main menu screens to find the individual demos.
D288 RETINAL BURN
by The Asylum. Sub-titled 'The Best STOS demo', here are 9 screens of incredible programming with the STOS BASIC language. The screens are Three dimensional Sphere, Mini-Parallax II, Fonk Load of Nothing, STOS Tracker Extension, Not so large demo, Ice Cool, Woofen'n'Tweeter, Matter Transporter (Copter) and Who the bugger's this Bob dude anyway?
D287 HARDCORE DANCEFLOOR
by The Wild Boys. Five pieces of sampled house music. They are Mafia Boss, Quadrophenia, Charly Says, Groove and Battle Plan.
D286 VODKA DEMO
By Equinox. Fly the spaceship around the landscape and shoot up the demo titles to access them.
D285 SUMMONING THE SPAWN
by Digital Justice. Manoeuvre your little craft around a maze to find the demos secreted there.
D284 MUSIC FOR THE MASSES VOL. 2
10 pieces of music compiled by NPG Apollo. They are Oh yeah (Yello), Swivtheme(Nightshade), Highs (Nightshade), Bleed (Dual Crew), Ipec (Ipeccelite), Ice, Ice(Maggie), Twintris, Wizard, Berries (Strawberries) and Blaze.
D283 A LITTLE MUSIC DEMO 1 MEG
by Inner Circle. Eight super pieces of music. They are Formation, B.T.Alien, Eurobeat 1, Eurobeat 2, Thalamusic, Lost Love, Inner Circle Theme and Flying High.
D282 SLAYTANIC CULT STE DEMOS
Four music and graphic demos for the STE with a bonus 13 second Mandlebrot on the bootsector (plus a program for writing your own similar bootsectors).
D281 AMIGA FEVER 1 MEG
by Imagic. A puzzling desktop to test your reasoning, but once you've worked it out you're presented with a fascinating graphics demo that will hold you spellbound.
D279 JUSTICE DEMO
by Digital Justice. Multi-screen demo (one screen not STE or TOS 1.62 compatible).
by Jester. Music, stills, sounds and animated action from the film.
D273 ASTRO DEMO 1MEG
by the Game Master. Stereo digi-music with dancing astronauts on a moonscape. Displays the capabilities of the STE with adjustable bass/treble, speed of sample, scrolling picture and palette toggle.
D272 THINGS NOT TO DO
by Electronic Images of Inner Circle. A series of animations warning you of 'things not to do'. Most of them end in scenes of gory death. Not for the children.
D271 GATEWAY TO HEXENLAND
The Avengers present their amazing mega-demo. Fly the witch on her broomstick around the title screen to find 10 super demos including a good, playable, 'Othello' game.
D267 COR BLIMEY
A mega-demo by Storm written entirely in STOS 2.6. There are 13 demo screens in all on the disk, these being Scrolly Lines, Sea Sick Lines, Clouds, Tracking and Bop Ba Bop Ba Ba by Dattrax, a Megascroller by the Watchmen, Wiggle it, Big-screen Challenge, Balls, Super Scroll Line, Whizzy Thing, Mega Scroll and Big Exit by Storm.
D266 STATE OF THE ART
A Mega-demo from The Wild Boys. Walk the little man around the screen by use of the cursor keys and find the demos under the mushrooms. Eleven demo screens in all, being: Speed 2, Mega 2 (Megaballs), Full Screen, Big Scroll, Twister, Lamer Test (Are you a Lamer?), Soundwave (16khz digi-sound and paralax scroll- ing), Vector Balls, 3D Scroll, Megasound and a guest screen from Hidden Strength. (N.B. The 'Full Screen' demo is not STE compatible.)
D265 BETTER THAN LIFE
by Flair and Clockwork Orange. Not the game, we wouldn't sell that on account of the health risk, but a demo. There are some nice screens in this demo that lend weight to the authors claim that they're the best STOS programmers around. There are 11 screens in all, two of them being guest screens by Storm and Mutant
D262 GERRY ANDERSON DEMO
A tribute to to the Master Marionater. The disk has two demos, the Thunder- birds countdown with digi-pics, and the Captain Scarlett theme - 'We know that you can hear us Earthmen...'
D261 UNRELIABLE DEMO
by Lost K. A demo split into two parts, A and B. Between the two parts you get nine static screens each with it's own music including Postman Pat and Gremlins (the latter with digi-pics).
D259 FRENCH NEW YEAR DEMO NOT STE
by the Thunderbirds who are Nanouk, Alf and Jack. Function keys F1 to F6 each bring up a different demo from this French programming team. Unfortunately, as is usual with our continental friends, they have to spoil it by using bad lang- uage in the scroller. The demos are Nanouks, Maxicolor, Blue, emo Trak II and Soundtrack.
D258 STONED AG'IN
by the Rainy Day Women of Home Grown Software. This program appears to be a celebration of the so-called 'Herb Superb', Cannabis. The demo features a hippy type sitting at a table with his Rizla papers and other 'substances'. Slowly hisface melts as he gets higher and higher. Surprisingly the Rainy Day Women don't identify themselves on the disk, nor did they when they sent it to us, but thanks all the same girls!
D256 AWAKENING OF THE GODS
by Kruz. You are invited to choose your destiny by selecting one of the none two friendly looking 'gods' shown on screen. Make your choice between Seruph, Bullshit, Yuarathon and Leviathan and your chosen 'god' will reward you with a demo.
D253 DOUBLE DOOZER
by Chaos of Manchester. A multi-screen demo comprised of the following: GibbulGibbul, 3D Balls, Scorpion World Cup, Wodging, What's up Doc, Three Dee Two, TheGood One and Tube Scroller.
D252 GHETTO BLASTER
Demo constructor and presentation system by Matthew P. Aubery. Pro Sound sample player and Neo/Degas mini picture displayer.
D248 TEA PARTY 1 MEG
by the Double Dutch Crew. An amazing 12 screen demo all written in BASIC! This has got to be seen to be believed!
D247 THE SKUZZ 1 MEG
An animated AVS Sequencer demo with sound of a pop group performing.
D246 ALIENS NOT STE
by Chris Bell. Numerous digitised pictures and sounds from the movie plus a couple of musical pieces made up from sounds from the films.
D245 DELIRIOUS DEMO (2 DISK £3.00)
A two disk mega demo featuring numerous screens from the Overlanders, the Pen-dragons, Avalanche, The Black Cats, MCS and Clone.
D244 TLT MUZAK
36 pieces of music ripped from popular games by The Light Team from Sweden.
D243 GOVERNMENT COMPUTER EDUCATION PROGRAM
by Harvey Lodder. A humorous look at the effects of VDU radiation.
D236 ELECTRA 1 MEG
Good multi-screen demo from Sweden. If you're not impressed by what you see - just try pressing 'reset'!
D235 IRON MAIDEN PICTURE SHOW
Macabre digipic slideshow.
D233 TOMORROW'S WORLD 1 MEG STE
by Andrew Hudson. A glorious 3D stereo sound demo of the Tomorrow's World theme. Features adjustable bass, treble, left and right speakers.
D224 SLAYTANIC CULT 7
Written using the TCB Tracker this disk features 8 items of music in glorious stereo (on the STE) with accompanying graphic screens. The tunes on the disk are Wierd, Breakout, Baroque, Storm, Future, Bassline and Funky.
by the Cyber Knights. A pot-pourri of programs to tantalise you. On this multi-mix disk is the Hitch-hikers Document Reader, an ST Calculator, the Slaytanic Cult 3 demo, the NASA Multi Demo (Norwegian Atari ST Association), a Disk Tool Box, FCopy III, some Fonts, the Automation Packer, Quick Mouse, and Battlezone, a Defender type game.
D222 PROJECT A
by Nick Fury of MenuMatic. A music demo with nice graphics and screen changes. The music featured is Tracker Tune 1, Psychodelik Bodyslam, Tracker Tune II and X-It plus a slide show.
D217 TRANS BEAUCE
The result of a demo party organised by The Seargeant this disk features the demos by the these crews: Equinox, Hemoroids, Overlanders, Mad Vision, Phenix- TBC, and MCoder.
D216 FISH 'N' CHIPS
A mega demo by Sewersoft. Enter 12 different demos from the main title screen which features an animated picture of a man sitting peacefully by the river bank and fishing. Each time you access one of the other demos something unpleasant, and different each time, happens to him. The demos on the dis are 3D Vector, Tech Tron 2, Big Fish, Parralax, Mega Scroller, Aciiid, Prehistoric Vu Meter, Sprite Mania, Crystal Scroll, Music, Pixel Perfection and Exit.
A demo of the brilliant route planning program. This cut down but fully working version covers a 200 x 100 km area from Swindon in the north to Bournemouth and Cardiff in the west to Guildford. Must be seen to be believed.
D212 STE SOUND OFF
A selection of sound samples ranging from the crashing of thunder to the tinkle of a child’s laughter with sliding on screen controls for bass, treble and left and right speakers, plus digi pics.
D210 TURTLES SAMPLE MANIA TWO DISKS £3.00
Sampled music from The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles demo crew. On the two disks in this set you get The Hammer Mix, Mega Mix, Info scroll, Hyper Mix (this sample requires 1 meg) and Hyper Mix info.
D209 THE WILD DEMO
by The Wild Boys. Multi-screen demo with the usual bouncing sprites, scrolling messages, etc.
D208 DARK SIDE OF THE SPOON
A Meagademo by ULM of Luxembourg. Move the flying lion around the screen to find the various smaller demos that make up the mega one. Features screens by The Lost Boys, the Respectables, etc.
by NETWORK. A good seven screen demo written in the STOS language. Digi-music,bouncing sprites, etc.
D196 SALON DE LA MICRO
by the Overlanders. Sampled music and mildly amusing pictures. A nice demo.
D195 EUROPEAN DEMO
by the Overlanders. An absolutely superb mega-demo that should be part of everyone's collection. Multi screens with tracker music and the best filled vector graphics yet seen. This is a two disk demo and costs £3.00.
D193 HOBY 1
by The Voyagers. Another French demo with 12 screens of the usual bouncing sprites, etc.
D192 THE RUN 1 MEG
by Radical Systems. A superb animation of a police chase down a busy motorway. Also available is 'Mini-Run' a half-meg version of this program identical except that it has a smaller on screen picture.
by Phalanx. A very good graphic and music demo comprised of something like 16 different screens. All of them, excepting one (the dragon screen) are compatible with the STE.
D189 SYNTAX TERROR
by Delta Force. Superb demo with something like 20 different screens - including two full games 'Soko Ban' and the incredibly addictive 'Shangai' clone, Match it. Worth getting for the superb games alone, never mind the demos!
D188 DRAGON'S LAIR 1 MEG
by the Lord of the Disk. The Readysoft 'Dragon's Lair' demo revamped.
D179 WALKER II 1 MEG
by Radical Systemz. A Stars Wars Imperial Walker turns up on the streets of Chicago, Illinois and comes face to face with a 20th century helicopter in this short, but superb, animation sequence.
D177 SKID ROW 1 MEG
by The Alliance. Over 4,000,000 bytes packed onto two disks comprise this demo of 24 screens. To select the demos you move around alleyways in the fashion of 'Dungeonmaster' by using the cursor keys. The two disk set costs £3.00
D176 SMALL WORLD
Cute pictures of Disney characters accompanied by sound chip music.
D172 THE PLANETS
Take a grand tour around the solar system with this sequence of Degas Elite pictures. Starting at far Pluto you make your way sunwards stopping off at each planet to pick up facts and figures as you go.
D170 WALKER 1 MEG
by Imaginetics. A special 1 meg version of the 2 meg Imaginetics AVS sequencer demo of the Star Wars Imperial Walker.
D166 SOUND FACTORY 1 MEG
Assorted music and effects, performed by the authors using ST Replay.
D159 SOUNDTRACKER MODULES
More music modules for use with the Equinox Soundtracker (D107). They are Fye, Sanxion, Rev, Datafetch 3, Blood Money, Firstm, Last Ninja, Show and Turtles.
D155 SCANNERS 1 MEG
The infamous scene from the film - guaranteed to blow your mind. Not for those of a nervous disposition...
D142 SOUNDTRACKER MODULES
by The Immortals. Some additional Soundtracker modules for use with the ST CONNEXION disk (D15), all of them converted straight from the Amiga without modification. They are: Away, Super, The One, Worry and XXX.
D141 THE IMMORTALS FIRST CRUSADE
A first demo disk by the Immortals which is comprised of The Shadow and Tweek-ster. This is the 1990 version of the Shadows D.I.Y. demo and as an added bonus you also get the AMIGA EMULATOR (joke) program to upset your friends with Amigas. DIGICON allows ou to convert Replay or raw data samples to 10kz Mastersound format. SAFE4MAT is a 'safe' formatter and virus killer. MEMCHECK is a virus detec-tor and PICSHOW is a program for showing Degas PI1 and Neo Pictures.
D140 LIFE'S A BITCH
by The Lost Boys. Five super screens comprise this superb demo. They are the Beatnik screen by the Lost Boys themselves. The AK screen by Gigatex, The Chrome screen by ULM & The Replicants, The Megascroll screen by ULM and the 3D Circle screen by the Lost Boys.
D138 AR*E WIPE
by the Spiders of Mars. Why is the Starship Enterprise like a bog roll? If you know the answer to that and you find it amusing then you'll probably like this demo which is in the worst possible taste. It's a humorous digitised rendering of an advert for toilet paper... And incidentally, if you didn't already know, the Starship Enterprise and bog roll both get rid of Klingons. (OVER 16s ONLY !!)
D132 ROBOCOP 2
Digitised pictures and music by Harvey Lodder from the film, Robocop II.
D118 ULM NEW YEAR
Five screens of demos. They comprise a title screen, a Jarre Zoolock screen, a music screen, a De Janeiro screen and a Fight full screen demo.
D115 EQUINOX MODULE 8 D/S
Further samples for the Equinox Soundtracker (D107). They are: Blue Monday, American Volley, Tied up, Whouse, Cream of the Earth and Aces High 2.
D114 EQUINOX MODULE 7 D/S
Further samples for the Equinox Soundtracker (D107). They are: Alfa, Chipgene, Fresh House, Gotta Swing, Jolly Jogger, The Last Ninja, Rainbow Islands, String Quartet, Nouveau and Star Seeker.
D113 EQUINOX MODULE 6 D/S
Further samples for the Equinox Soundtracker (D107). They are: BA1, Delta, Digthis, Hot Summer Nights, Orpheusfun, Tarsnare slider and Space Journey.
D112 EQUINOX MODULE 5 D/S
Further samples the Equinox Soundtracker (D107). They are: Caroline, Kefran's Tune 1, Nightfall and Zycho says osu feb.
D111 EQUINOX MODULE 4 D/S
Further samples for the Equinox Soundtracker (D107). They are: Ripped by doc, Energy, Enola Gay, Never say goodbye, Intro-music 1, Scoopex theme and Short Push.
D110 EQUINOX MODULE 3 D/S
Further samples for the Equinox Soundtracker (D107). They are: Atmosphere, Crusade, Technology Rock, Wasteland and The Song.
D109 EQUINOX MODULE 2 D/S
Further samples for the Equinox Soundtracker (D107) They are: Self Control, Forcefield, Megamix 88, Vipeout and Piano Plinker.
D108 EQUINOX MODULE 1 D/S
Further samples for the Equinox Soundtracker (D107). They are: One point one,Eye of the Tiger, Megamix, Occ-san-geenplus and Symphophaze.
D107 EQUINOX SOUNDTRACKER D/S
This is the boot disk for the following eight disks of digitised music in our catalogue. The disk comes with the following seven pieces of music included. Fl, Keftune, Piano 2, Spell, Thunderbirds, Fairlight and Vision.
D100 MEGA MUZAK
by The Pompey Pirates. Every keyboard letter key will bring you a different, excellent example of what can be achieved with the ST sound chips. 26different pieces of music from your favourite games.
D78 RAPPIN' RAISINS
Those California raisins dance to 'I heard it through the grapevine'.
D66 AN COOL STE DEMO 1 MEG
This demo uses the STE pallette of 4096 colours and the hardware scroller to move the Sorcerers' Apprentice, Mickey Mouse, smoothly against a multi-coloured screen whilst full stereo sound blasts from your speakers.
D65 STE DEMO
Two excellent demos of the capabilities of the STE. The first displays a multicoloured bouncing ball whilst the second shows a smoothly scrolling horizontal star field as letters and words spiral towards you. Both demos are accompanied by some terrific stereo music.
D63 ALF 1 MEG
Put the cat away because here comes ALF performing an animated rendering of the title music from his T.V. series. The music plays and Alf strums along on his guitar, no doubt strung with catgut.
D62 STAR WARS
by Fungus T. Bogeyman. 150 digitised pictures and digitised sound from the cinema blockbuster make this animated demo a real treat to watch and listen to.
D61 POWER DEMO
The very first Lost Boys demo. This features four different screens and 18 pieces of music. A scrolling message on one of the screens provides a multitude of cheat codes for some of your favourite games.
D60 ALPHA DEMO
by C.I.A. A music and graphics demo comprising four screens. One of which will not work on the STE.
D58 JUNK DEMO
The very first demo produced by the Care Bears. Also on this disk is the GARFIELD DEMO: A short animated graphics demo featuring Garfield and Odie.
by Radical Systems. A brilliant music and graphics demo of the film Robocop. This disk should be part of everyone's collection!
D51 D.I.Y. DEMOS
Two programs allowing you to make your own scrolling demos with a pretty pic ture, even if you have no programming experience. They are the Edtrad DIY Demo Creator and The Shadow's D.I.Y. Demo.
D45 THREE DEMOS
BEATBOX by Skunk & Trax: Two pieces of sampled music created with Microdeal's Replay Professional and Mandarin's STOS. STARWARS by Sewer: Graphics and sound demo. 42 CREW DEMO: Music from the games Goldrunner and Jupiter Probe.
D43 SO WATT
by THE CARE BEARS. 17 super demos on one disk.
D41 DEFINITIVE DEMO D/S
by THE LOST BOYS. This will run on the STE but with a small amount of screen corruption along the bottom. All demos will run on a 520 with the exception of the sampled S-Express for which you'll need 1 meg.
D40 DRAGON'S LAIR
A spectacular demo of the Readysoft game. Cartoon-like graphics and digitised speech. You simply must see this one!
D30 FANTASY PICTURES
A slideshow picture program with music on a fantasy theme.
D28 STAR TREK
Digitised pics from the latest Star Trek series, 'The Next generation'.
D 8 WHATTAHECK NOT STE
The Carebears strike again. Like the Cuddly Demo (D.5) there are a number of different demos to choose from (use the cursor keys this time) each is a mind- blowing assault on your eyes and ears.
D 5 CUDDLY DEMO NOT STE
by the Carebears. This demo will knock your socks off, it really is that good. It requires a joystick to guide a little fella around the screen and find the doors that hide the demos. This should be a part of every ST owners library.
D 3 BIG DEMO
This demo is single sided and contains the music from lots of C64 games. In total something like 4 hours of music is available. You can also bring in graphics screens with effects. It is in this area that the STE has problems. Allthe sound was OK on the STE we tested on, but a small part of the screen takes on a nasty flicker. This is a minor problem, and as only a small part of the demo was affected it did not detract from the enjoyment. Look for the Digital Department on the demo for sampled tunes and press reset and see the bombs with a difference.
D 2 UNION DEMO NOT STE
If you don't have this in your collection, then you really are missing out because this is simply brilliant. It is joystick controlled and contains demos from TCB, The Replicants and so many others. There is also a hidden demo, but can you find it? The program runs well on a 520 ST, but for the sampled sounds available it is best seen and heard on a 1040.
D 1 ANIMAL BAND
ANIMAL BAND: A comical demo from Germany. Watch the weird musicians take their places and begin to play. Good stuff this and not a bad bit of music either. GRUSEL: Another German demo, set in a cemetery at midnight, the nether- world comes to life in this one. Watch for the skeletal swinger. This disk also has five other small demos, but it's worth having just for the first two.