Updated ExoticA's mirror of the High Voltage SID Collection to version 3.9. The collection now contains 14,809 C64 tunes. ExoticA offers the music individually via a simple to use HTML Interface or you can download them all in one large GZIP'd TAR Archive - HVSC.tar.gz. To see whats new you can check out the e-mail announcement text - update24.txt. For more in depth changes, you can refer to the update logs in the DOCUMENTS/ Directory.
Added a new Christmas intro logo to the Intro Page from Leunam/Network. Big thanks to him for this! Oh, and Merry Xmas!
Updated Scenery - The biggest and most comprehensive Amiga demo scene guide available. Lots of new information in this release such as year 2000 parties and more!
The big AON-ArtOfNoise section revamp has happened. Tons of great tunes to download and listen to - (View Section: Compact|Full)
Thanks to Bastian Spiegel and all the others who helped with this update.
Sorry, but no more time to write anything more. See you in the next update!
Ok, after a HUGE delay I am back with another update. Sorry for the long wait but I had been moving house. It was an extremely stressful time!
Finally I have added the new version of Scenery. The biggest and most comprehensive Amiga demo scene guide available. Please note Glenn's change of email address - firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have sent material to him in the last few months, please could you contact him again as some of the stuff got lost in a HD crash.
Please note there is a online addition of Scenery for viewing on your web browser as well as ZIP and LHA archives of the Text Version.
Updated ExoticA's mirror of the High Voltage SID Collection to version 3.8. There have been 2 official updated since the previous one on ExoticA. If you wish to read a brief overview of whats changed then check out the e-mail announcement texts - update22.txt and update23.txt. For more in depth changes, you can refer to the update logs in the DOCUMENTS/ Directory.
ExoticA offers the collection in two formats. Either as individual files with a simple to use HTML Interface or you can download them all in one large GZIP'd TAR Archive - HVSC.tar.gz (~26mb).
Major update also to the Demo Scene Reference Manual which is part of the Scenery Information System. Current version is now 3.79. Changes since the last ExoticA version (3.74) include changes/completion to Cave, Stellar, Cult, Anarchy, The Round Circle, Software Of Sweden, 5th Generation, Coma, Contraz, Giants, Ipec Elite, Loonies, Risky Business Boys, Static Bytes and many more. Since the last release there is another 150 Kb of data!
Added version 1.13 of the Compilation Disk Reference Manual which is also available on the Demo Scene Reference Manual page.
Sorry for the recent lack of updates, but I have been very busy lately.
I am working on an update for the players section, and that will be online soon. I also have over 150 scans waiting to be added to the Games Gallery.
I do have something for today's update though - a new Intro Logo. If you live outside the UK it is quite likely you will not understand it, but it should give the rest of you a laugh :)
Thanks to XtC for his work on this :) you can of course find all previous Intro Logos on the Intro Logo Gallery. Aye!
Added 30 new scans to the Games Gallery. All the images are complete with full author information and a link to the music if available. These new additions bring the gallery to a total of 1016 scans! The new additions are as follows:
- A: A10 Tank Killer, A320 Airbus USA, AV8B Harrier Assault, Akira, All Terrain Racing, Amnios, Another World, Apocalypse, Approach Trainer, Approach Trainer (Alternative Scan), Austerlitz
- B: B17 Flying Fortress, Banshee, Base Jumpers, Battle Valley, Behind The Iron Gate, Bio Challenge, Black Crypt (Hit Squad Budget Version), Bloodnet, Bloodwych, Breathless
- C: Campaign, Cedric, Chambers Of Shaolin, Chuck Rock 2, Cisco Heat, The Clue (CD32), Cool Spot, Corporation, Curse Of RA
Huge thanks to Mike for contributing almost all of these images. Thanks also to XtC for some information fixes.
Updated the Games Information Page on the Info Section.
Added a new section to the Gallery called Amiga City. I shall not tell you what it is. You will have to see for yourself :)
Updated the Amiga Demo Scene Reference Manual to version 3.74.
Changes since version 3.70 include additions and better information for TRSI, Darkage, Maniacs (Yay!) , Flash Production and other additions from parties.
Updated many Wanted Team Eagleplayers on the Players Page. The following new/updated players were added:
- EP_AMComposer.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_RobHubbard.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_DynamicSynt.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_MarkCooksey.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_MMDC.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_PVP.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_PaulShields.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_SConnolly.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_SeanConran.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_Soundcontr.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_SoundImages.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_SynthPack.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_TFMXPro.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_THermann.lha - (Aminet Readme)
Added a new section PS-PaulShields (View : Compact|Full). This contains music from Paul Shields used on a few games. To play the music from this section you will need the PaulShields Eagleplayer (Which will also work with Delitracker). Find this on the Players Page. Thanks to Don Adan for the support and for supplying the rips.
Phew! Ok that's all for today. See you in the next update!
Updated ExoticA's mirror of the High Voltage SID Collection to version 3.6. The collection now contains 13,028 SID tunes. ExoticA offers the collection in two formats. Either as individual files with a simple to use HTML Interface or you can download them all in one large GZIP'd TAR Archive - HVSC.tar.gz (~24mb).
Added the following scans to the Games Gallery:
- G: Global Effect (CD32), Guy Spy (CDTV)
- H: Heimdall 2 (CD32)
- J: Jack Nicklaus' Unlimited Golf and Course Design, Jocky Wilsons Darts Challenge
- K: Kings Quest 4
- L: Lemmings (CDTV), Logical (CDTV)
- M: Mig 29 Soviet Fighter (German), Midnight Resistance, Moving (CDTV)
- N: North And South
- O: Operation Wolf (Alternative Scan)
- P: Pinball Fantasies (CD32), Pit Fighter, Prince Of Persia (Hit Squad Budget Version), Push Over
- R: Rally Championships, Rise Of The Robots, Risky Woods, Ruff'n'Tumble
Thanks to the following people:
- J Jenson: for the scan of Prince Of Persia (Hitsquad Version).
- David Banz: for Kings Quest 4 and Risky Woods.
- Elend: for the scans of Guy Spy (CDTV), Lemmings (CDTV), Midnight Resistance, Moving (CDTV), North and South, Operation Wolf (Alternative Scan), Pitfighter and Ruff'n'Tumble.
- Jean-Francois Fabre - for the scan of Push Over.
Updated the Games Information Database on the Info Section.
Sorry there is no new music in this update. I ran out of time. I hope to get some online later this week.
A new version of Scenery has been released. Scenery is the most complete and comprehensive guide to the Amiga demoscene there is. It has been developed since 1996 by Glenn Lunder. More information and full credits can be found on the Scenery Section.
Added the following new scans to the Games Gallery. This brings the gallery to a total of 965 Scans!
- A: Advantage Tennis, Alien Breed Tower Assault, Alien Breed 3D 2 (The Killing Grounds), American Tag Team Wrestling, Arabian Nights (CD32), Arcade Pool (CD32)
- B: Benefactor (CD32), The Blues Brothers, Breach, Brian The Lion, Bump'n'Burn (CD32)
- C: Cannon Fodder (CD32), The Case Of The Cautious Condor, Chuck Rock 2 (CD32), Chuck Yeagers Advanced Flight Trainer 2, Colorado (Alternative Scan), The Curse Of RA (CDTV)
- D: Deliverance
- F: Full Metal Planete
- G: Galdregons Domain Players, Ghost Battle, Gunship 2000 (CD32)
- Added an improved scan of Alien Breed 2. This one is really scary!
Thanks to the follwing people for today's gallery update:
- Jean-Franoic Fabre: for the scan of Advantage Tennis, Deliverance and Full Metal Planete
- J. Jenson: for the scan of The Blues Brothers
- Elend: for The Case Of The Cautious Condor
- Alexander Holland: for the scan of Ghost Battle
Updated the Games Information Database on the Info Section.
As some of you might already know, It was my (BuZz) birthday last week (June 2nd). I am now the young age of 24 :) What I didn't expect was to receive a specially coded intro for my birthday! A few fellow Exoticans made me this wonderful gift and you can download it on the Demo Section. Huge thanks to Mr.Tickle, Niceguy and Zeg for such a great suprise :)
Thats all for today. See you in the next update!
Some more music for you in today's update.
Added a new section SC-SoundControl (View : Compact|Full). This contains music from Holger Gehrmann used on some games from reLINE. To play all the music from this section you will need the SoundControl (Distributed with Delitracker) and SoundControl5 DeliPlayers.
Added a section with many game tunes from Dave Lowe for the Wanted Team Dave Lowe player. (View Section: Compact|Full). This player is for Eagleplayer only. Thanks to Don Adan for sending in the tunes.
Moved the Crunchers Area to the Utils Section and replaced the main page with a updated version contributed by Laurent. This version includes information about Author,Year and more. Your work is greatly appreciated Laurent!
Laurent has also updated his Formats Page which can be found on the Tunes Section. Additions include the full sources for Digital Mugician and Deli-Wizard genie aswell as original replay source for SIDMon. The sources can also be found on the Source Section of ExoticA.
Sorry for the long delay with no updates. I hope today's will make up for it! :)
Opened the Misc Section with a colourful new icon collection called Exoticons. The collection contains around 942 Game Icons created from the hi-resolution images on the ExoticA Games Gallery. The icons currently use the NewIcon system, but in the future support may be added for OS 3.5. Download:
- Exoticons.lha (Main archive - 5.1mb)
- Exotica.readme (Aminet readme)
- Exoticons.jpg (Workbench screenshot with Exoticons)
Added some missing issues/disks of the great Newsflash Diskmags to the Newsflash Section. The additions are : Issue 19 (Disk B), Issue 25 (Disk C), and Issue 29 (Disk A and Disk B). Huge thanks to Jrom for sending in Issue 29.
Updated the Amiga Demo Scene Reference Manual to version 3.70. Changes since version 3.67 include the follwing:
- Addition of releases from the Ukonx and Mekka-Symposium 2000 parties.
- Many groups completed/reworked including Savage and Vision
- 200 module name additions.
As a special bonus I have added another image to the Games Gallery. Its a high quality scan of the Bubble Bobble Comic Strip. You can find it on the B Page or just download it here - BubbleBobbleComic.jpg.
That's all for today. See you in the next update!
Added a new area to ExoticA - Scenery - on the Info Section.
"SCENERY is the most complete and comprehensive text-based guide to the Amiga demoscene there is. It's based on the best of several other productions, but with the unique Scenery seal of quality and detail." - Glenn Lunder (Author of Scenery). This is the first official public release of Scenery. ExoticA offers Scenery as a LHA archive, a ZIP archive or you can browse the HTML Online Edition. Huge thanks to Glenn for allowing ExoticA to host Scenery. It certainly is an excellent resource and I have had many hours of enjoyment reading it.
Added 19 game box scans to the Games Gallery. This bring the total number of scans to 942! The new additions are as follows:
- 0-9: 4th And Inches
- C: Carnage
- D: Darkmere, Das Schwarze Auge, Death Or Glory, Dragons Breath
- E: Erben Des Thrones
- G: Gauntlet 2
- H: HeroQuest 2
- P: Pools Of Darkness, Power Struggle
- S: Shadowlands
- T: Think Cross, Tilemove, Twilights Ransom
- U: Ultima 5
- W: Warriors Of Releyne, Wizardry 6, Worlds Of Legend (Alternative Scan)
Thanks to Panther for sending in most of these.
Also updated the Game Information Database on the Info Section.
Added some more replay sources to the Source Section and the source to a very early version of the Oktalyzer Editor. Thanks for Laurent for sending these in. Do check out his excellent Formats Page on the Tunes section for information about many Amiga audio formats with commented source.
Added a new sound format - PT-PowerTracker (View Section: Compact|Full). This section contains music used in some intros from Kefrens. Composed by Laxity using his own Editor/Audio routines. Music in the intros is credited to Powerlaxen. Only 2 tunes are currently available. Thanks to Michael Trier for sending these in.
ExoticA's mirror of the High Voltage SID Collection is now updated to version 3.5. The collection now contains over 12,500 C64 tunes. ExoticA offers the music individually via a simple to use HTML Interface or you can download them all in one large GZIP'd TAR Archive - HVSC.tar.gz.
I have received a few e-mails asking when I will be adding more music. Well, you Amiga tune fans, let me give you some audio delights! :) Added the music from the following games to the CUST-Custom section (View: Compact|Full).
- Advanced Ski Simulator - CUST.Advanced_Ski_Sim
- CJ In The USA - CUST.CJ_In_The_USA.lha
- Mickey Mouse - CUST.Mickey_Mouse.lha
- Guldkornekspressen - Guldkornekspressen.lha
Thanks to Sunbeam for making and sending in the Custom of CJ In The USA, Wombat for Guldkornekspressen and Peter Kunath for Mickey Mouse and Advanced Ski Simulator. Check the page for information on musician and release date.
Fixed the Custom of Shufflepuck Cafe - CUST.Shufflepuck_Cafe.lha - which was previously online as a uuencoded file -OOPS!- not quite sure how this happened ! The tune is actually already available on the RH-RobHubbard-2 (Infogrames) section but I like to keep all Custom modules.
I know there is many unstable and bad rips in the CUST-Custom section. I will be making a huge revamp of this area soon crediting all tunes and placing all bad rips into its own directory so you don't have to be afraid of those crashes anymore! :)
Added the last release version of Art Of Noise tracker - Art_Of_Noise_v1.9.lha - to the Editors Archive. This is the full version of the tracker released now as freeware. Not ONLY this, but the full source is in the archive and also separately on the Source Area. Huge thanks to Bastian (Twice/Lego) for making all this possible. Need more information? Well check out Laurent's excellent Formats Page which is linked to from the Tunes Page of ExoticA. Also added the sources to Soundtracker v2.5 and v2.6 and Protracker v1.2 and v1.3. Thanks to Mnemotron for sending in the Soundtracker sources and to Conan for giving me the Protracker source disk.
Added another audio format - MSO-MedlySound (View: Compact|Full). This area contains music composed by Paul van der Valk on his Medly Sound Editor (which is available on the Editors Archive). Paul is the author of many classic amiga tunes including the music for the game Hybris and the utilities Imploder 3 and 4. For more information read the text on the Main Tune Page.
Get the Delitracker Noteplayer for this format on the Amiga Players Page. Remember, all the latest versions of Delitracker plugins can be found on the delilatest area.
Sorry for the recent lack of website updates. I have been very busy in a new job. I will try to make more time for ExoticA later this week.
Added 19 images to the Games Gallery. All include full author information and links to the music if available. The new additions are as follows:
- D: Days Of Thunder
- F: Football Manager
- I: Ikari Warriors, It Came From The Desert II (AntHeads)
- O: Over The Net
- R: Realms, Rebellion
- S: Seek And Destroy, Sierra Soccer, Slackskin And Flint, Soul Crystal, Star Command
- T: Theme Park, Tiny Skweeks, Turrican 2
- V: Violator
- W: Who Framed Roger Rabbit, World Cricket
- Z: Zone Warrior
Thanks to Dante for the scan of Sierra Soccer, Frost for the scan of Theme Park and Jan Krolzig for supplying the boxes for Soul Crystal and the excellent Turrican 2.
Updated the Game Information Database on the Info Section. For your information, the text is now over 15,000 lines long :)
Updated the Amiga Demo Scene Reference Manual to version 3.67. The manual has now passed the 1 million bytes barrier :) Changes since last version include information additions to Celtic, Iris, Genocide, Beyond Force and many others. The Demo Pack Reference Manual is also updated to version 1.09. This can be found onthe same page as the Demo Manual.
I apologise for not making any music additions, but I didn't have enough time. I will add some more tunes in the next update.
Added a fantastic new intro logo to the Intro Page. The logo is a tribute to the great games from Psygnosis for the Amiga and was made by XtC. You can find high quality scans and author information for many of the Psygnosis games on the Games Gallery. A full quality 24 bit PNG version of the image is available for download on the Intro Logos Gallery.
ExoticA is back!, at a new address. Please update your bookmarks and links to point to http://www.exotica.org.uk. The mirror site is also in full working order and can be reach at http://hangar18.campus.luth.se/exotica.
The old http://exotica.amigascne.org looks like it is still working, however I am unable to remove/change this site and due to continual server unreliability and lack of support from the system admin I decided to move.
You should find this server much more reliable, and I will be offering FTP access to the archives again soon. The CGI's (Guestbook/Counter) should also be working again now, so please feel free to have a scribble!
Added the following scans to the Games Gallery, bringing the total number to 904:
- B: Battlestorm, Bram Stoker's Dracula
- C: Colonization (German Version)
- D: Death Mask, Defender Of The Crown II, Dragons Lair (Alternative Scan)
- E: Elite (Alternative Scan), Erben Der Erbe
- F: Frankenstein
- G: Gem'X (Alternative Scan)
- H: Head Over Heels
- I: International Truck Racing
- L: Leonardo, Legend Of The Lost
Thanks to Frost for the scans of Defender Of The Crown II and Erben Der Erde (Inherit The Earth), Mnemotron for the scans of Dragons Lair and Leonardo, and Jan Krolzig for supplying the box for Gem'X (Alternative Version). Also updated the Game Information Database on the Info Section.
Added some more editors to the Editors Archive. Additions include In Stereo 2.10d, Sonic Arranger v1.42, Sonic Arranger v2.16, Soundfactory (with full editor source), Synthesis v4.2, Protracker v3.53 and Protracker v3.0 (ShadesTracker). Thanks to Edel for sending in many of these.
Moved the Valentine's Day intro logo to the Intro Logos Gallery.
Updated the Amiga Demo Scene Reference Manual to version 3.64. This update has many many changes and additions since the last release including updates to Equinox, Talent, Amiga Industries, Silicon League, Fairlight, Digital Force, Disknet, GFB, Scup, New Masters, Parasite, Razor, Star Frontiers and many others.
The Packdisk Reference Manual on this section has also been udated to version 1.07.
Check out the amusing Valentine's Day intro logo on the Intro Page! Thanks to XtC for making this. I hope Petro has a sense of humour :)
Added the 'Eat This' Millennium Bug logo to the Intro Logo Gallery.
Added 8 new scans to the Games Gallery. They are as follows:
- W: Wacky Races, War Machine, Wings Of Death, Wings Of Fury, Wrath Of The Demon, Wreckers
- Z: Zool 2, Z-Out
Thanks to Jan Krolzig for supplying the Wings Of Death box. Updated the Game Information Text on the Info Section.
Made alot of changes and additions to the Editors Archive. Additional editors include Medly Editor, Mark II Soundsystem (Full), Y2K Fixed Protrackers (Fixed by Cupid/Unique - email@example.com) and Soundtracker 64 (90% complete editor with full sourcecode - Thanks to Edel for releasing this to ExoticA). There are many other additions, so do check out this area. Versions of MED/Octamed will be added soon.
The Exotic Formats Page which is maintained by Laurent has had many additions over the last month. You can find it on the Tunes Section.
To finish off the update for today, I leave you with a Delitracker custom module of the music from the game Batman Returns - CUST.Batman_Returns.lha. You can find it on the CUST-Custom section (View: Compact|Full). The tune was customised by me (BuZz) and contains over 50 subsongs! (Mostly effects) :)
Sorry for the huge delay with updates but I was waiting for many of the server problems to be fixed. I have also been very busy at work.
http://exotica.amigascne.org should be working again now, but it is a temporary solution and so CGI's (guestbook and counter) are currently not functional.
The mirror of ExoticA at Hangar 18 http://hangar18.campus.luth.se/exotica/ is up again however, and I recommend you use this address until the main amigascne.org site is back up again.
FTP services at ftp.amigascne.org are working as normal.
Added the following scans to the Games Gallery. Each complete with full author information and links to the music if available:
- A: Astro Marine Corps
- C: Cannon Fodder, Cruncher Factory
- G: Goldrunner 2
- P: Plotting, Portal
- V: Venus The Flytrap, Vindicators, Virocop, Volfied, Voyager
Thanks to MazzelSiD for the scan of Cannon Fodder. Replaced the scans of Bionic Commando, Dragonflight (Box) and Populous 2 with much improved ones.
Thanks to Vincent Aupert who sent in many fixes for the Games Gallery and Game Information Database (Also Updated) which is on the Info Section.
Fixed the author credit for the tune BP3.Future_2 on the BP-SoundMon section (View: Compact|Full).
Added the ingame music from the game Project X Special Edition to this area - Project_X_Special_Edition.lha. It's likely these tunes were also used on Project X but I have not had the time to check. Also added another version of BP.Cybersong (from Demo_Songs.lha) - BP.Cybersong.lha. Thanks to Nomaios for all these tunes.
Added a complete rip of the music from the game Return Of Medusa - Return_Of_Medusa.lha - which was composed by Jochen Hippel and can be found on the HIP-Hippel section (View: Compact|Full).
Improved the tune names from the game Warp - Warp.lha.
For those that have not heard all of Jochen's work, I really recommend it. He is one of my favourite game musicians. His music from the games Amberstar, Lethal Xcess, Prehistoric Tale and many others should not be missed :)
Added the following tunes to the AHX-AbyssHighestExperience section (View: Compact|Full):
- AHX.no pushing.work4
- AHX.Bananmos, AHX.great_giana_sisters, AHX.ode_to_Buzz (Yes! A tune dedicated to me! :) ), AHX.repetetive
That's all for today. See you in the next update!
Added 30 scans to the Games Gallery. All with complete author credits and links to the music if available. Some really classic games in this update. The scans are as follows:
- R: Return To Atlantis, Ruff and Reddy, The Running Man, Rotor (Alternative Scan)
- S: Slayer, Soldier 2000, Space Ace, Spellfire The Sorcerer, Spidertronic, Spinworld, Star Breaker, Steg The Slug, Stone Age, Stryx, Stunt Car Racer, Super Off Road, Super Seymour
- T: Thunder Boy, Thundercats, Tiger Road, Tintin On The Moon, Titan, Total Football, Total Recall, Turrican, Turrican 3, Tusker, Twin Turbos
- U: Ugh, Unreal
- Replaced the CD32 scan of Sleep Walker with a better one from the disk version of the game.
Thanks to Jan Krolzig for sending in the boxes for Turrican 3 and Unreal. Also updated the Game Info Database on the Info Section.
Added latest version of the DeliTracker 14bit Genie - Deli14BitGenie.lha - which can be found on the Amiga Players Page. This is the best multichannel mixer available on any Amiga music player. Check the Aminet Readme for details. Thanks to Chris Hodges for his excellent work on this
Placed the following New/Updated EaglePlayers on the Amiga Players Page:
- EP_JasonBrooke.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_DaveLowe.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_JasonPageO.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_Mugician.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_Mugician2.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_MWalker.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_PaulShields.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_RJosephPlay.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_RobHubbard.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_RobHubbardO.lha - (Aminet Readme)
- EP_TFMX.lha - (Aminet Readme)
Thanks to Don Adan and Mr. Larmer of the Wanted Team for their work on these. Let's hope there may be DeliTracker versions of these players soon :) There will a new Dave Lowe section added soon and other tune areas for use with these music players.
Completely re-made the BP-SoundMon Section (View: Compact|Full).
This has taken many many weeks of work, sorting and commenting files and ripping more music. Thanks to all which helped with this. If you had downloaded this area before, I suggest you do so again, as it's completely restructured and there are a lot of new tunes.
Added the music from 2 Infogrames games - Drakkhen (Drakkhen.lha) and Tintin On The Moon (Tintin_On_The_Moon.lha). Both game soundtracks were composed by Charles Callet and can be found on the RH-RobHubbard-2 (Infogrames) format section (View: Compact|Full). Thanks to Bored Seal for ripping and sending these in.
Added a a link to a new area which is created for ExoticA by Laurent Clevy. It's a page containing technical information about the tune file formats and replay routines. This can aid in the programming of portable players for all the classic tunes you can find here. Check out the Tunes Section for more info or go directly to the page. Thanks very much to Laurent for his work with this page.
Updated the Amiga Demo Scene Reference Manual to version 3.58. This update includes a lot of changes since the last release including all The Party 99 demos, Fraxion completed, some more 2000 AD demos, more credit additions to Scoopex, Zenith updated and many other new additions and fixes.
There is also a new version of the Packdisk Information Text available on this section.
Well, that's all for this update. I have the flu and so just making it was quite a struggle. Now I'll put on some SID's and relax in bed. Goodnight :)
Added a funny Millennium logo to the Intro Page. Thanks for XtC for making this.
Happy New Year!