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13 June 2002, 21:07
You probably allready know this but......
It has all the melon demos that were on the zebra3 website plus I think they have added some extra ones that i have not seen before........check out the MELK demo :)
oohh and the nice .mpg
I only knew melondezign.com
I LOVE Melon's demos. No big programming showoff, but mucho style, something a lot of demogroups of the time didn't have.
I am not surprised teh meloners now work on multimedia design (like most of the great demogroup people!)
BTW I only get to a broken picture and nowhere to click :(
Hmm.. broken picss everywhere, something is not fine here...
edit: gotta love the cracktro collection! They should have packed them all in less ADFs, dloading a whole ADF to get the Tetris cracktro is just inane :P
That apart, is a great archive :)
I stand up for what I said! :P come on you styleless groups!
14 June 2002, 22:30
Yeah I kind of like the way they made DESIGN productions............instead of just trying to out program other groups. Something that the amiga scene was calling out for......:)
30 June 2002, 09:56
Great site, thanks. Anyone know of a site that hosts their PC demos too? Ninja 2 is my all time favorite, but I'm sure there is more.
12 July 2002, 15:07
Thanks for the link thinlega :)
Back To School
Hello Amigans !
I've got a French Amiga Board.
15 July 2002, 19:17
whats the web address for the french amiga board??
16 July 2002, 18:03
I think they stood for 'minimalism', which is a style the Japanese have clearly been doing for some years, and is the way I like my art :)
See the 10k10 StyleXP skin for details :)
Originally posted by Burseg
K10k that is :D
Sorry, I'd just got so used to it... :)
But K10K isn't minimal. At least not the website.
They are just micropixel style.
19 September 2002, 15:22
WOW! I didn't know about this, hehe, the good old days :)
19 September 2002, 20:40
I take it TDK as in Mark Knight? If so, nice to have you around. Last thing I heard you were working for Mindscape, what are you up to now?
20 September 2002, 12:49
Yup, the one and the same :)
Was made redundant from MS in 1996, so went freelance for a few months to do Duke Nukem PS1,
Ended up at Bullfrog a few months after that, which 'evolved' into Electronic Arts. Been here ever since.
Not writing music here anymore though, the last game was Dungeon Keeper 2.
Shame, but I'm writing stuff at home, for an electric violin album... which may eventually get finished.
Am thinking of maybe doing a couple of chippees for fun though :)
20 September 2002, 13:31
Thats a cool site
*starts downloading stuff now*
20 September 2002, 18:11
Funny you should mention that, but if you do have some unpublished mods/chip tunes, a few games that were never commercially released will be getting a release after all, and it would be nice to have one of your chip tunes.. Also a few proposed other projects might come to fruition, would be nice to have a few well known names attached.
I know that Matt Simmons (4-Mat) was hoping to be asked, and frankly, I would give him one of my spare A12oo's if he was serious!
20 September 2002, 18:44
you wanna mail me offline?
23 September 2002, 08:46
Just wondering what it was like for you making tunes for melon cracktros...are you still in touch with them?? and how did you go about making the music for them....did you get to see the cracktro first and make the music that you think fitted the style??
23 September 2002, 17:20
I'm not in touch with the melon guys now. Was for quite a while after I left the scene, with Seen, but not anymore.
As for the music. I just churned the tracks out left right and centre, and they used what they wanted to. I never got to see the intro before, and sometimes, not even afterwards. The only one where I had a brief of any kind, was the Tetris intro... obviously :)
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