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Zebpro
3 years ago

A crazy but very enjoyable one!!!! 😀

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SToRM
SToRM
3 years ago

thx for the upload, not every cracktro was a piece of art, but still kudos for the codin’ efforts.

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sim
sim
3 years ago

Well dudes, I do not know what to say 8O…

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WayneK
3 years ago

This is firmly in “so bad its good” territory. They just threw everything into this and hoped it would stick!

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SIRIaX
3 years ago

hell on earth…

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mr.spiv
3 years ago

Such a “design win” to every direction but just <3 it. Ahh good times. Well.. on a second thought that restless logo wobbling.. the ‘d’ letter looks like a sperm trying to escape the screen 😀

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Bilbs
3 years ago

Annatar is gonna be all over this one…

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Reply to  Bilbs
3 years ago

You bet your ass. Someone’s first attempts at vectors, music is “note potatoing, let’s see what comes out”, and the background is “the vector alone looks a little dull, let’s throw in some Copper effect and a hastily-thrown-together logo done in 15 minutes…” all in Dutch color scheme, because the entire salad isn’t bad enough as it is… Truly horrid as intro design goes. So let’s do the bottom line, shall we? How is it that Commodore64 intros of the same era look 100 times slicker while actually providing less, and the Amiga ones, on a much more capable computer,… Read more »

mr.spiv
Reply to  Annatar
3 years ago

Still, it’s from -88.. for the time big vectors and stuff. Coding wise /me appreciates.

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Reply to  mr.spiv
3 years ago

I appreciate it too, but an intro has to amount to more than the sum of its parts in the end. I would have been ashamed to vomit *that* out. This is a noble art; it’s always been about intro design, not just “look at me! I can code!”

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