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Old 29 January 2003, 22:49   #1
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Oldschool demo in Java

Interesting web site with oldschool demo in java: http://equinox.planet-d.net/
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Old 29 January 2003, 23:02   #2
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Good old equinox site. Can't recall the site I saw where there were a lot of other demos in Java.

never learned what made those effects tick in the first place. Guess I should learn to do 3D maths for something as simple as one of the cubes for example.
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Old 29 January 2003, 23:10   #3
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excuse me, but "Atari had a scene"... hmmm
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Old 30 January 2003, 00:24   #4
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Re: Oldschool demo in Java

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Interesting web site with oldschool demo in java: http://equinox.planet-d.net/
Good!
Another one: from an italian Amiga coder, Fabio Ciucci / Ram Jam, Anfy Java
http://www.anfyteam.com/
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Old 30 January 2003, 00:54   #5
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Here it was : www.mandrixx.net

Also had some quite good demos.

At the same time also a good example of how too many applets (or flash files) is bad for a homepage.
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Old 30 January 2003, 09:27   #6
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My god! That Astronoids game rocks!

http://www.mandrixx.net/astro.html

Can anyone say Stardust?

So much for my pilfy attempt!
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Well stardust was just a juiced up asteroids game. Good one at that.
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Old 30 January 2003, 10:44   #8
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Here is another retro link . It is in German but you hace to use the drop-down menu and select ST Demos... Bear in mind that this is programmed in Javascript!!!!!
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It's seem all demo are made by Atari coder, maybe because there is no copper in java.
Thanks for your greet link mans.

Does someone have source code for this kind of demo?

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All I could see there was that it created a small window with a button in it, then quickly hid itself behind my IRC client and started messing around with my window.
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Old 30 January 2003, 15:13   #11
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excuse me, but "Atari had a scene"... hmmm
Yes it had
Atari demos had their own style (I think, if i remember correctly).
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Old 30 January 2003, 20:22   #12
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does anyone know of anything like these ....but done in Flash??? I am after some cool vector balls etc.....but i cannot code for toffie
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Old 31 January 2003, 06:09   #13
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That wouldn't be too hard to do bro... I can look into it Show me an example of what you want to do and I'll try to knock up some code and throw it yoru way.

There was an italian guy here at the EAB who was coding a demomaking routine in Flash, and it was pretty damn nifty! (he taught me how to do sinescrollers ) I wonder what happened to him?
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Old 01 February 2003, 14:13   #14
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It's seem all demo are made by Atari coder, maybe because there is no copper in java.
Thanks for your greet link mans.

Does someone have source code for this kind of demo?
Easy:

First download this: http://www.elmar-wisotzki.de/js_bibliothek.js

Then download this: http://www.elmar-wisotzki.de/st_demo5/st_demo5.js

(The second one depending on the demo you want)
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Old 06 September 2004, 02:14   #15
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Yes it had
Atari demos had their own style (I think, if i remember correctly).
Of course it had! check http://equinox.planet-d.net/atari.html to make sure

We also added a PC demo section with two 64k intros that might please amiga oldskoolers by the way:
http://equinox.planet-d.net/pc/





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