Tag: Demozoo

More than 30 years of Demoscene logos in one book!

Logos are an important aspect of demoscene culture because they serve as a means of self-expression and identification within the community. They can also be a source of friendly competition, as groups and individuals strive to create the most impressive and visually striking logos possible. In addition to branding for groups and individuals, logos are often used within demos themselves…

Second ATASCII Graphics Compo Results Are Out

The 2nd. ATASCII Compo is in the history books now. The ATASCII-art competition aimed to find who are the real artists out there cable of conveying their imagination through the Atari 8-bit character set. Looking at the 23 entries this year, you cannot see a “bad” one, so in the end, it was really to find the best of the…

Multimatograf 2018 Demo Party Results

Here are the final 8bit demo results for the Multimatograf 2018 Demo Party which was held 29th-30th April 2018, in Vologda, Russia. 1. Marinows by Insiders 2. Qumi Demo by Qumi Team 3. atarin by techno lab 4. In Your Space sound demo by Manwe 5. CSP2018 Invitation by flushakkkr 6. DiHALT 2018 invitation by Q-Bone All results: results.txt Pouët:…

Inviyya Amiga Shoot’em Up Demo Released!

Early February I shared some News about an upcoming Amiga Shoot’em Up called Inviyya by Tigerskunk. A demo of the game was released for Revision 2018, which came 4th place. You can now download the demo for yourself and have a play. The game should run happily on an Amiga 500 OCS/ECS with at least 1 mb of RAM, Kickstart…

Outrun New Year Demo, New Music Demo by Bionic Nerd

Some interesting News from our good friends over at AtariCrypt. Bionic Nerd aka Peter Jørgensen has recently released a new demo titled “Outrun New Year Music Demo 2017”. As you can guess from the title, this release contains music from the game “Outrun” in true Atari ST style. The demo will run happily on any Atari ST/E or Atari ST emulator. You can…

The ST-ART of Something New! by Stuart Johns

Doodling on retro computers has always fascinated me and I have quite happily been churning out endless (nameless) piccys on my various systems; mainly AMX Art on my Acorn Electron and, more lately in Degas Elite on my Atari ST. It occurred to me, though, that Art appreciation on the ST was a bit underwhelmed outside of demoscene circles, so…