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Old 02 January 2007, 17:40   #1
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Award: Best Amiga Demo 2006 (and more)

The editorial staff of the German demoscene website 4Sceners.de selected the best demos and intros from 2006 and gives away awards in various categories. They chose Starstruck/TBL as best Amiga demo 2006. This demo also came 2nd in the "Best soundtrack" category.

The categories list for 2006 are:
Best PC-Demo, best PC-64k, best PC-4k, best Amiga-Demo, best Console-Demo, Best PC-Invitation, best Demogroup, best Soundtrack, best Effects, best Graphics, best Scene game, strangest demo, the most boring loading time, best Party, best Idea, surprises in 2006, biggest disappointment in 2006, Top-Downloads 2006 at 4Sceners.de

Read all about it here:
http://www.4players.de/4sceners.php?...BERICHTID=5074

Please note that the article is written in German language.
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Old 02 January 2007, 18:27   #2
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thanks for the heads-up Bobic! and here comes too the same thing i think each time i watch the works done for these demo contest: why oh why are they ALWAYS so much more gool than any contemporary bloated heavy million dollar costing game' enviroment? i know they are different things, but it would be so cool if this kind of workmanship would flow into games...
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For anyone who doesn't know, click 'Weiter' to get to the Amiga goodies

Took me a while to work that one out =P

//edit : This is easily the coolest thing I discovered so far this year. Thanks Bobic!
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Wow.. Pinball Dreams for C64?.. I think it's time to install a c64 emulator
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Old 02 January 2007, 19:33   #5
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For anyone who doesn't know, click 'Weiter' to get to the Amiga goodies

Took me a while to work that one out =P

//edit : This is easily the coolest thing I discovered so far this year. Thanks Bobic!
For those who don't know German weiter means forward, zuruck means run, Poland, run!

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Old 03 January 2007, 00:37   #6
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@Marco: Cheers mate! Btw - so many scene people are working in the games industry. We featured an article last month where we picked 10 famous companies (Starbreeze, Lionhead or Digital Illusions for example) where famous sceners are working and where we mentioned the games they have worked on. Again this article is in german language only, but you should be able to understand the list of scene people and their games :-)

The article about "Sceners in the games industry" can be found here:
http://www.4players.de/4sceners.php?...BERICHTID=5066

Oh, I forgot! Download Issue 58 of the famous PC-diskmag PAIN (http://pain.scene.org). The Pain staff translated the Sceners in the games industry article into English! This diskmag was made for running in Windows. Go and grab your copy now :-)
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thanks for the great link, i'm downloading right now
you are right, i'm not really informed to tell the industry is lame, but i feel that this cool bunch of smart visual graphic not often get to the games consumers, in part because of the way the hardware works, in part because the taste consumers have developed and for many other reasons i guess, and it's kind of a pity. why have lots of product all alike when you can have this rich difference instead?
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@ marco:

Agreed!
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Old 04 January 2007, 05:20   #9
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great site!
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Lots of finnish/partially finnish teams in the top lists.

We still rule the demoscene. ;-)
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