From ExoticA

Never Liked Uno (1994, .05, ECS Multifile Slideshow)

Review by Glenn Lunder

What can I say? Fade One's slideshow is amazing, that's all there is to it. What amazes me the most, I guess, is the way he is able to make amazingly colorful pictures with only 32 colors; it seems like a lot more. My favorite picture has to be the first one, of a woman in a lake. That's one of my alltime favorite pictures...and his logos are always great - need I go further than mention his Razor logo? The music is good too, a very easy-listening tune. This one's right up there with "Seven Seas" and "Artcore". The release date is based on the one in the installer.
GLE tested A500 /000-7 /½mb chip, ½mb fast/2.04.
A1200/030-50/2mb chip, 4mb fast/3.0.

Boom (1995, 22.04, AGA 64k Intro)

Review by Glenn Lunder

"Boom" opens with a familiar-looking Lego logo, before the only real effect; a fullscreen, fast but blocky voxelspace routine...with a rather large piece of LEGO added to the scenery :). Not bad at all, and the hip-hop chick at the end roolz, Sire!
GLE tested A1200/030-50/2mb chip, 4mb fast/3.0.

Mekka & Symposium 1998 Invitation (1997, 28.12, ECS 40k Intro)

Review by Glenn Lunder

Lego are wellknown for their oldskool flavor, and this invitation intro will do nothing to take that tag away. It's basically a rendition of the classic Paranoimia cracktro most of you will know from the old days, with some overlaid textwriters and remixed music. Very nice idea! System demands are very modest; a good old A500 will do nicely.
GLE tested A1200/030-50/2mb chip, 16mb fast/3.1.