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WayneK
3 years ago

Starts out fairly standard stuff, but the rasters get much better as the intro goes on. Has everything a good intro needed (needs?), wobbly logo, knighthawks font scroller + rasters!

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3 years ago

Finally some nice use of rasters! I think that’s the first time I’ve seen rasters used on the Amiga in such a nice, Commodore64 way. I’ve never seen this production before.

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mr.spiv
3 years ago

This is one of the intros that defined my entry into Amiga scene.. man I loved this one back in the day <3 Definitive Crazy Typer quality stuff – I recall this was originally the “Raster Magic” intro.

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acd2001
3 years ago

Great old demo.
How to assemble the source ?

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acd2001
Reply to  mus@shi9
3 years ago

thank you very much…
perfectly assembled

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Bilbs
3 years ago

Megaforce England?! Don’t tell me this was made in England. Looks distinctly Austrian or German to me… Awesome coppers and that font makes a nice change 😉

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sim
sim
Reply to  Bilbs
3 years ago

Good intuition, dude ;). It’s german, done for MFC UK.

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mr.spiv
Reply to  sim
3 years ago

Crazy Typer was Austrian 😉

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sim
sim
Reply to  mr.spiv
3 years ago

Oooppss. Thanks for correcting. 😉

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Reply to  Bilbs
3 years ago

Now I’m intrigued: it’s not part of English sensibilities to use rasters in such a way, or why did you write that?

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Bilbs
Reply to  Annatar
3 years ago

It’s my mistake… I misread the scrolltext and thought it said ‘made by Megaforce England’. It actually says ‘made for’. And you’re right. English sensibilities at the time were mostly trying to figure out how to use Seka assembler.

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SToRM
3 years ago

amazin’ tune, fantastic font ! thx for the upload.

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