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Old 18 March 2006, 05:21   #1
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Those "Stag" disks

Remember these? I stumbled across one from a friend who had given me a blank disk to copy something for him. I often checked out disks I was given to see if they had anything on that I wanted... but my 14 year old eyes nearly popped out of their head when this came on! Heh!

I never saw another one, but since doing a little research it seems that the "Stag" disks are actually quite famous! (They're not listed in the HOL though! ) Does anyone know where they came from? Or who was responsible for them? Considering the person/persons made something that was a sort of "underground hit", it'd be interesting to hear who it was! Were they based in Germany?

I have to say, considering the Amiga's limitations and, most especially, the , ahem, "subject matter", that they were pretty well-made little disks!
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Old 18 March 2006, 19:15   #2
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Wink Oh yeah

Well I remember these disks from waaaaay back. Im talking 1993 was when i first came across these (13 years old) I don't remember who by or where they were made, but I remember trying to make similar disks using a video borrowed from fathers cupboard and my amiga 1200 with digitiser

Needless to say I failed and the best I could do was a slideshow of still frames
 
Old 18 March 2006, 22:01   #3
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uploaded to the zone.... Enjoy.... also the group who released these was B.N.K. and they were based in Germany....
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Old 18 March 2006, 22:10   #4
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uploaded to the zone.... Enjoy.... also the group who released these was B.N.K. and they were based in Germany....
They are ?, not that I need them, i have my own copies, but I do not see them there.

This was back before the internet was available as it is today, I started getting these when I was in the UK and this was like 1990, then it took me a while to re-establish contacts to the amiga scene after moving to Australia, but then the Net appeared

And in usual Pr0n style... corney background music.
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Old 19 March 2006, 16:43   #5
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On the same subject, not that my innocent liccle eyes (stop laughing at the back) ever saw such things (ahem) - Does anyone remember the similar disks by "Wet Beaver"? Or they were called "Wet Beaver"..... Needless to say, there was a sound sample of a bunch of blokes in a very funny scandinavian accent going "Wet Beaver".

Made me piss myself laughing everytime I heard it.

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Old 21 March 2006, 02:20   #6
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the group who released these was B.N.K. and they were based in Germany....
B.N.K - I remember that from the opening screen! I don't recall ever seeing anything else by them though. I had the vague impression it was just one guy, no idea why! Also, for a disk produced by "scenesters" there was nothing to point to their BBSs or a 'Greetz' list or anything (that I recall)... It all added to the mystery!
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Old 21 March 2006, 08:57   #7
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I had a "friend" who thought that these disks were excellent.

Oh and some of the corny music (my "friend" tells me) was a sample looped around of "Dirty Mind" by Shakespeare's Sister.... how appropriate...
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Old 21 March 2006, 10:30   #8
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A got an A1200 from a garage sale a few years back, all it had with is was a copy of workbench 3.0 and about 3000 'Stag' disks, of course it gave absoloutely no enjoyment looking through them all
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My "friend" tells me there were only about 5 or 6 STAG disks... unless you are using a generic term for "pron" (whatever that is!!!)
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Old 21 March 2006, 17:28   #10
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Yeah I also rember it as only 5-6 diff discs.

Some of the had a story on, and it was easy to grab with the action replay (to borring having to read it in the demo). But I heard that they are gone on the adf versions


The wet Beaver was a pong game with sound effect of Monica Seles (not much pr0n)
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The wet Beaver was a pong game with sound effect of Monica Seles (not much pr0n)
Good lad! Yes, you are right. Still cracks me up though
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Ah ok, thought we were just talking porn! damn

*backs slowly out of room*
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Old 26 March 2006, 03:59   #13
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me and my mates all had amigas when we was younger and we used to go to car boots to buy pirated software we all spent 3 of our pocket money every week on amiga games then copy what we bought for each other

one week my oldest friend at the time bought a bunch of slideshows i remember the guy selling them him laughing, making comments like your be blind before your old enough to watch them legally.

anyway can only remember a couple of them Cindy Crawfords slideshow Madonna Slideshow but the was another one might have been a STAG disk but at the end of it was like a mini cartoon movie like snowwhite and 7 dwarfs doing all sorts of things with medieval contraptions, me and my friends was like WTF!!! think the word we would of used back then would more then likely have been WICKED!!!! or COOL!!!

would love to find that disk again and get it back on my amiga, just to show it my friends
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anyway can only remember a couple of them Cindy Crawfords slideshow Madonna Slideshow but the was another one might have been a STAG disk but at the end of it was like a mini cartoon movie like snowwhite and 7 dwarfs doing all sorts of things with medieval contraptions, me and my friends was like WTF!!! think the word we would of used back then would more then likely have been WICKED!!!! or COOL!!!
Snow white and the seven dwarves... with medieval objects ???? WTF!!! is an understatement..

Stag did not have this...
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Guess you might be looking for this swedish animation (torrent and it do have some seeders) its not an amigadisk but a avi file....
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Yikes, it's weird that so many people think STAG just means "porn" disks. No, no, no! The "STAG" disks said STAG very cleary (and very noticibly) during loading. They were made up of looping video clips from porn.

After doing a little research I've found that there are seven Stag disks 1-2-3-4-5-6 and Extras. They all do the same thing, but with different clips. I've even managed to grab hold of all of the adfs, too.

So for anyone who's interested and for preservation, I've put the entire series into the Zone!

(It should clear things up for people who have never seen them, too!)
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Yikes, it's weird that so many people think STAG just means "porn" disks. No, no, no! The "STAG" disks said STAG very cleary (and very noticibly) during loading. They were made up of looping video clips from porn.
So they ARE porn disks then. Eh?
I too have encountered many of these on old 'zeraw' CDs, and they didn't contain anything else but THAT.
So quit talking around the subject! They are porn, period!
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Old 26 March 2006, 23:05   #18
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Uhhh...?

Some people here thought that 'Stag' was a generic term (euphemism, perhaps?) for porn disks in general, and began talking about non-Stag porn disks. I was just stating the obvious for those who have never heard of the infamous 'Stag' disks.

Sorry if you got confused...?

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So for anyone who's interested and for preservation, I've put the entire series into the Zone!

(It should clear things up for people who have never seen them, too!)
Why aren't they named ???

Stag
Return of stag.
bride of stag
Son of stag
Bride of son of stag.

They all had names like that.

The Stag series hits the Zone once every few months , seems its quite a "nostalgic" item for the Amiga
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Why aren't they named ???
You can name them all and re-upload them if you like
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