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Megademo II (1990, .05, ECS Trackloaded Megademo)

Review by Glenn Lunder

Cool! For a megademo from 1990, this is not bad at all. There's several stars-to-be appearing here. Bruno became big, Golem did good later on... It opens with an 'animation' (3 frames :) of a monk opening a Gate, before the text 'Gate Megademo II' is overlayed. The loader part is unspectacular, just a Golem picture with a priest and the GMDII text. The first part is the BOB-part. 16col animated bobs flying around to a cool tune by Griffin. Not a bad opening at all! Great for its time.
tested A1200/030-50/2mb chip, 4mb fast/3.0.

Vector Imperium (1990, late, ECS File)

Review by Glenn Lunder

The FUNKY tune by Bruno is the big saving grace here... The demo itself is not so hot, but that down-and-deep-funk tune has me reaching for the Pro-Wiz button like a rabbit for a carrot! Intec later made a lot of good graphics for Crusaders, a.o. in the Eurochart.
This demo was supposed to compete in the demo competition at the No Limits & IMP-666 Party (held 10/90) in Norway, as mentioned in the demo. Since it did not, it's a fair assumption it was released a little later?
GLE tested A1200/030-50/2mb chip, 4mb fast/3.0.
-- Note: Works, but exits rather ungracefully.