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juz400
juz400
11 years ago

Compact Disks: A collection of demos/single filed games on One floppy with either a straight text menu(nice ansi) or a Funky menu like a trainer to select your choice to load

plagueis
11 years ago

Next time I see some sketchy/buggy code I’m going to say, "Probably artist code!" :))

But seriously, I like the logo, I just don’t think it fits the motif of this Star Wars scroller or its color scheme.

Annatar
11 years ago

Compact disks??? How did that work, since most Amiga users did not have a CD-ROM drive in those days? What’s that all about? I also saw a similar text mentioning compact disks in an Agile intro the other day.

Weird… anyone care to shed any light on that?

Bilbs
Bilbs
11 years ago

Always loved this tune… and I wouldn’t say the logo is that bad!

pmc
pmc
11 years ago

Don’t like the logo really – probably coder gfx…? 😀

But come one people – it’s a Star Wars scroller! I’ve seen better ones but they’re all cool. Deserves a thumbs up by my reckoning for that alone. 🙂

heavy
heavy
14 years ago

cool
exe/adf somewhere ? (boring)

MacGyver
14 years ago

cool star wash routine + classic chip tune!
btw: 160 megs harddisk … thats really sweet 😉

WayneK
14 years ago

Lovely! Never seen this one before, thanks M9 🙂

shockwave
14 years ago

I really like this, the scroll is great.

Serpent
14 years ago

Ugly logo but otherwise it’s ok.

newton
newton
14 years ago

what spiv said! although i kinda like the logo.

janer 1
janer 1
14 years ago

comic"f*****"bakery! … hey..i also wonder where to find those gems 🙂

mr.spiv
14 years ago

Rules in all possible ways (except the logo is slightly dull & disappointing).

st0rmbringer
st0rmbringer
14 years ago

nice Star Wars-like text routine. Music is a classic of course… I’m still wondering where you find all these 😉

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