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sim
sim
8 years ago

@Musashi: how did you manage do rip the suntronic tune? Or is it a low compressed mp3 file? Thank you =).

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sim
sim
Reply to  musashi9
8 years ago

Ah OK, thank you.

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sim
sim
8 years ago

ESI#1…
Great music!!!

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MICRO
MICRO
11 years ago

thats  funny.  i used to do all the pal (bootblock) fixes for the amiga,,,  i only cracked a couple programs, but my main goal was to pop the screen up so usa users could see that bottom of the screen.. i also started the AGA fix files then i moved on…  i was a personal friend of Cris who did the original ESI logo with the eagle back in 1985 … so hell with you guys and hello to my old old friends rzr1911 skidrow, hoodlum, i miss these days of smoking out and drinking … be well compadres  im… Read more »

zodiac
zodiac
11 years ago

LOL, see, and they didnt even credit whoever it was that drew the main graphic for this intro, bastards, but I guess stealing is what piracy revolves around anyway!

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zodiac
zodiac
11 years ago

Interesting note, I was looking through some of the old collections of PD and noticed this picture in the Tampa Bay Amiga Group (TBAG) Disk of the Month 16 under the name “dawning eagle”.  It appears that ESI grabbed this pic and just added the disk.  It’s in the Tosec collection and you need to use KS 1.2 to run it.

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plagueis
12 years ago

"it would have been nice if the update had been a little more imaginative."

…it would have been nice, but then again taking the effects and design to the extreme are what demos are generally used for.

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pmc
pmc
12 years ago

Nice to see the classic ESI C64 cracktro updated for the Amiga but it would have been nice if the update had been a little more imaginative. The tune is nice but there’s no real code here which is a shame. One to see to say you’ve seen it but not one to watch over again.

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plagueis
12 years ago

: My comment was fueled by nostalgia of a young 12 year old kid with a 64 in the US, not a skeptical evaluation of Mitch’s soul or integrity as a cracker. Thank you for that though.

For me, in 1986, seeing those first ESI cracks clued me in to the fact that there was an underground out there, where people were expressing their rebellion in a unique way. Now, I can watch Edge of Disgrace on my PAL c64 and know that demos/intros have come a hell of a long way.

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SIRIaX
SIRIaX
12 years ago

I can not understand how to not like this, the graphic is awesome and same for the music. I remember that I watched the original c64 intro a long time and when I got the crack on amiga with this intro I nearly fell off my chair because the eagle looked so realistic at the time. For those who have no bound memories on crackintros its surely just weird colors on scrolling things..

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Annatar
Annatar
13 years ago

Mitch: I did a lot on the Amiga, most of the games came from Europe, but I did a few what a great machine, this machine I do miss… It was short lived a few years, then I went 386… and the PC became the computer of choice… When win95 came out I went full PC… I never used anything but DOS before that… Bah. That’s why for every Skid Row intro, there is one by ESI on Amiga? Riiiggghhhttt. He was a good cracker, but he flushed it all; when interviewed, he didn’t remember 75% of the things he… Read more »

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Annatar
13 years ago

plagueis:


ESI rules no matter what incarnation or architecture.

Give me a break.

Mitch could not care less about intros or art, he was in it for the money and if the "intro" was just a 10 second message with a telephone number, that would have been fine by him.

ESI just saw money signs everywhere, and that was the only thing they really cared about.

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plagueis
13 years ago

ESI rules no matter what incarnation or architecture.

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sink
16 years ago

legend on c64 but no really on amiga

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SIRIaX
16 years ago

a true classic

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newton
16 years ago

Remember the music from the c64 intro? so cool!.. and the scrolltest :

A modern day warrior
Mean, mean stride
Today’s Tom Sawyer
Mean, mean pride

Though his mind is not for rent
Don’t put him down as arrogant
His reserve, a quiet defense
Riding out the day’s events’

taken from the band Rush.
i thought that was so smooth. Cant remember which game it was on precisely.

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TCB
TCB
16 years ago

It’s nice though to see they replaced the 5 1/4 floppy with a 3 1/2 disc ; so, as a matter of fact, the picture _is_ updated 🙂

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axis_cascade
17 years ago

never seen this on amiga i think! but nice sound !

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Firewalker
17 years ago

Saw this much Times. I like the Music.

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master32
18 years ago

i better take my 64

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Tone
18 years ago

never seen this was either. picture seems to be a scan of an eagle, with an awful disk painted inside. music is "shades" one of the first popular c64 tunes by chris huelsbeck

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RETALI8ONE
18 years ago

music so sick

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john maury
18 years ago

Never saw this either but I do remember the ESI intro on SNES, that was like cool and stuff. iN7

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m0nkeyman
18 years ago

I would agree that ESI was cool on the C64 (and that this intro was quite cool back then) but on the Amiga … Nah …

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DaD1916
18 years ago

EagleSoftInc are my all time favorite group ! ESI 4 ever !

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Anthony
18 years ago

Great intro. Never saw this newer polished version. ESI had huge respect on the C64.

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stu
stu
18 years ago

ESI was cool on the c64, but this was released in 91, you would think they would have made something a little more impressive than this intro? Not inspiring and the scroller seems to be a little slow. Saw a similar intro for the PC recently, but nothing beats the original c64 intros.

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MinZ
18 years ago

not really cool but music is ok

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Chris74
18 years ago

never liked eagle soft

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kosmo
18 years ago

Never saw that one neither ? :O_o

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m0nkeyman
18 years ago

Ditto, never seen that one before in my life.

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janer
18 years ago

*?* … dr.d ? … hmm.. i never saw this before.. and i must say… the old ones on 64 are WAY better… but who cares anyway…

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