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Categories: Atari-STFlashtros

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SToRM
6 years ago

pretty ‘awesome’

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eddy
13 years ago

Hey, I got this one on my STf!
Great work here!

And people, you have to teach yourself about the specific touch that sounds from YMz 😀

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Subzero
13 years ago

looks nice!

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boot
13 years ago

wonderful \o/

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mr.spiv
13 years ago

Not exactly the same effect but similar in spirit is here: http://bitworld.bitfellas.org/demo.php?id=2645

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Freddo
13 years ago

After mister Padman, i’s a real success for this intro 😉

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plagueis
13 years ago

Yeah, actually now that I think about it, Cruzer/Camelot did something similar but scaled down a bit on the c64 in Camelot’s "You Know the Routine 2" using a carefully timed bit of FLI. Cruzer had a lot of experience coding on the Amiga too I’m quite sure.

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dalton
13 years ago

Never saw this kind of copper bars before. Really like them! Simple yet brilliant.

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plagueis
plagueis
13 years ago

Yeah, I wish I had thought to do this on the Amiga before I saw this, since I actually know how to do it…it would have been a nice background for my first intro. What a cool simple split copper sinus routine!

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mr.spiv
13 years ago

I like the "coppers" and the logo. Nice atari stuff imho.

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WayneK
13 years ago

Pretty awful music, but I love the rasters… although the code is pretty simple!

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mr.spiv
Reply to  WayneK
7 years ago

..just wondering how these raster bars were done?

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WayneK
Reply to  mr.spiv
7 years ago

Well it seems to be 33 words per line, and maybe a 128-long sinelist? So I don’t know if they precalced the HBL code or just tables and had an optimised routine to copy the colours out of a precalced list (“anim” basically!) into an existing HBL rout… I’m too lazy to look at the original code 🙂

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