From ExoticA

Fraxion-Ripper V1.007 Intro (1990, ECS Intro)

Review by Glenn Lunder

Short but sweet, this 25k intro for the old ripper program. It's a lot like some of the Horizon intros of the era, actually, with a large logo scrolling across the background made up of 8x8 pixel dots, and a sine scroller over that. It's short, easy, and looks nice.
Significantly, this old intro runs without a single problem! The music timing's fine, no graphics glitches... Not bad at all!
tested A1200/030-50/2mb chip, 4mb fast/3.0.

Highway 1970 (1990, ECS File)

Review by Glenn Lunder

This demo opens with an animationin which two cars chase each other, shooting at each other's cars. The good guys (Fraxion) finally blow the head of one of their assailers, and then activate their anti-gravity kit to fly into space... The rest is just scrollers and text. Anyway, nicely executed. The music is NICE chiptunes, by the master of Future Composing: Keo. Coolness doesn't even start. Unfortunately, the demo does not contain any other release date than the year.
tested A1200/030-50/2mb chip, 4mb fast/3.0. -- Note: KillAGA.

Divine Visions (1990, early, Trackloaded Slideshow, 2 disks)

Review by Glenn Lunder

A slideshow of scanned Boris Vallejo pictures, sharing the common thread that they're all mythology-related. The pictures are mainly interesting for seeing the original images some of the finest hand pixelled art ever was based on. The best thing about this slideshow, I suppose, is the intro, which is rather good actually. The music and graphics especially stands out as worthwile. Since this is a slideshow, there's not much graphics to speak about.
tested A1200/030-50/2mb chip, 4mb fast/3.0.

Future Visions (1990, Slideshow)

Review by Zito

The name of this slidshow made promises the production couldn't hold up. No future visions, only a few handmade pictures that surely look fine in real life, but because of the bad quality of the digitizing, this show is more a disaster than a vision...
And again princesses, monsters and other fantasy motives with many natural snapshots are dominating this slide made by the legendary Future Designs Crew. A few sci-fi objects and some militaries are also to be found in the eight pictures ONLY, handmade by Hoaxer and digitized by Lonewolf afterwards. Most of them have a fantastic and mystic atmosphere and I am really interested to see the originals, but it's though not worth to watch it twice! Only for VERY nostalgic sceners, who loves to read scrolltexts. The only positive aspect for a computer production is the preferences menu.
A little hint: Try to start it when everything is enabled on a A1200 and you will see some nice (not planned?) effects. At least I saw them with my hardware!
tested A500 /000-7 /½mb chip, 1mb fast.
A1200/030-42/2mb chip, 8mb fast.