Oblivion (OBL, 1992-)
DEN> Drain (gfx, 02/94), Primitive (gfx, 02/94).
Oblivion was a danish demo group, born on the ashes of Vixen when they died.
Waldi is now Bird/Iris.
1994 - Danish coder Boogeyman (ex Vixen, new 92) joined Passion in
october. Danish musician Ramosa (04/94-) left for Passion sometime between
august and november.
Feel Blue (1992).
code: Boogeyman, gfx: Primitive (aka The Pride/Brainstorm!), music: Axel/
Brainstorm (main), Jester/Sanity (hidden).
info: Boogeyman's first production for Oblivion.
code: Boogeyman, gfx: n/a, music: n/a. info: This production got Boogeyman
some joining offers, all of which he declined.
Hvor Er Min Bikini? (ECS).
code: Boogeyman, gfx: n/a, music: Jester/Sanity.
Sine Dots (ECS)
code: Boogeyman, gfx: n/a, music: n/a.
The Last A500 (1994, .02, ECS Intro).
code: Boogeyman, gfx: Drain, Primitive, music: Ramosa (The Player 5.0A
review: The Last A500 is a nice, small, polished production from these
danes - it feels professional from the get go! It's over pretty fast,
'tho. It resets the machine when it is done. It was almost certainly not
released at a party. The release date is approximate, based on the release
date of other productions on the same pack where I found this.
It was Boogeyman's last ECS production ever. [glenn]
Wonderland (1994, 07.08, AGA 40k Intro).
code: Boogeyman, gfx: Pride/Stellar, music: Ramosa.
review: Apparently their first AGA production, since the introduction
says 'Oblivion goes AGA!'. This is another one of those early AGA prods,
which meant everyone was using LOTS of colors! Personally, I love almost
each and every one of those. People were experimenting with their new
hardware, doing new cool stuff all the time. No points for guessing I'm
looking forward to the PowerPC scene :)
Design is impeccable here, about as good as it gets. Coding is also
great, but then AGAin we're talking about Boogeyman here. Niceness!
GLE tested A1200/030-50/2mb chip, 4mb fast/3.0.