From ExoticA

Interpol Crack Intro (1993, ECS Intro)

Review by Glenn Lunder

A cracktro whose most important asset is a great Interpol logo by Ra, covering most of the screen. Some text is nicely splashed onto the screen at the bottom, and the music is...not good. There is no actual release date, but it was probably made in 1993 - several things indicate this.
tested A1200/030-50/2mb chip, 16mb fast/3.1 -- Note: Needs KillAGA.

Raging Fire (1993, 28.12, AGA File)

Review by Glenn Lunder

This starts of on a TRULY cool note with a heavy metal module by Moby (ahh sweet headbangin'...), before we're treated to a great picture of a bull's head by Ra. Then, the bull's head is zoomrotated fullscreen while the drums of the tune keep-a-bangin'. ...and that would appear to be it. Having experience this power trip (mostly brought on by the music), one can't help but think they'd have ended up a lot higher on the score board if they'd added another effect or two. Amazing potential!
tested A1200/030-50/2mb chip, 4mb fast/3.0.

Imagine (1994, 03.09, AGA File)

Review by Glenn Lunder

Certainly nice this short demo from the Frenchies in DRD. The graphics remain excellent throughout, and the coding's not bad either. As for the music... I thought it was a f*cking Moby tune until I saw the credits! If that's not a stamp of approval, I don't know what is. Very very competent in every department, then.
Please note that on the 030-50 it ran a little TOO FAST. I didn't get half a chance to read any of the text early on, because it just flashed onto the screen, and then it proceeded. On the plain A1200 everything was fine, though.
tested A1200/020-14/2mb chip/3.0.
A1200/030-50/2mb chip, 4mb fast/3.0.
Note: see the review!

Toothbrush - The Trilogy Part III (1994, 27.12, AGA Multifile, 2 disks)

Review by Glenn Lunder

Just some animations of people brushing their teeth, set to a techno track with brushing noises. Probably supposed to be funny, but it doesn't really come alive for me...
tested A1200/020-14/2mb chip/3.0.