Demoscene the AGA years vol. 2

The Amiga Demoscene, from its inception, has always evolved with the times, and reinvented itself, always pushing the limits of Commodore’s flagship machine. From the Megademo, at the end of the 80s, to trackmos in the 90s, 1994 was the beginning of a new development for the Demoscene, with many demos released that used all the power of the Amiga 1200.

Alice, Lisa, Paula, Gayle and Budgie…

The Amiga 1200 was released in October 1992, and was the third generation of Amiga for the home market. Like its Amiga 500 brother, it was designed to be a single box solution, incorporating the keyboard, processor, chipset, floppy disk drive, expansion ports internal and external, and support for an internal hard disk. The 68020 processor running at 14MHz was supported by 2MB of memory, AmigaOS 3, and the new Amiga Advanced Graphics Architecture – AGA.

 

The best demo groups
Absolute! / Abyss / Alcatraz / Andromeda / Animators / Appendix / Artwork / Avalon / Balance / Batman group / Bomb / Bronx / CNCD & Parallax / Complex / Cryptoburners / Cydonia / Essence / Faculty / Freezers / Gods / Haujobb / Impulse / Juliet and Case / Lego / Limited edition / Mellow Chips / Melon dezign / Mystic / Oxygene / Parallax / Passion / Polka / Brothers / Pulse / Puzzle / Razor 1911 / Rebels / Sanity / Scoopex / Silicon / Skarla / Stellar / Sunshine Productions / Talent / The Black Lotus / The Electronic Knights / The Silents / TRSI / Union / Venture / Virtual Dreams & Fairlight

Book quality
• High quality book printing
• English Edition
• Hardcover edition, offset printing, sewn binding
• High quality pictures 300DPI
• Finished format 165 × 230 mm
• 468 pages
• 135g glossy coated paper
• More than 90 demos presented
• Soft touch front + UV coating
• 2mm cardboard cover

35.00

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Book Details

Weight 1.4 kg
Dimensions 23 × 16 × 6 cm

The Amiga Demoscene, from its inception, has always evolved with the times, and reinvented itself, always pushing the limits of Commodore’s flagship machine. From the Megademo, at the end of the 80s, to trackmos in the 90s, 1994 was the beginning of a new development for the Demoscene, with many demos released that used all the power of the Amiga 1200.

Alice, Lisa, Paula, Gayle and Budgie…

The Amiga 1200 was released in October 1992, and was the third generation of Amiga for the home market. Like its Amiga 500 brother, it was designed to be a single box solution, incorporating the keyboard, processor, chipset, floppy disk drive, expansion ports internal and external, and support for an internal hard disk. The 68020 processor running at 14MHz was supported by 2MB of memory, AmigaOS 3, and the new Amiga Advanced Graphics Architecture – AGA.

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