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Old 06 August 2003, 08:22   #1
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Lightbulb HAM Demo

I'm looking for an old demo, but I'm not remember a lot of think about it.
The name is something like "HAM Unlimited" (not sure), sorry I'm not remember the group.
The demo display an HAM picture with a lot of moving sprites over. The demo coder claim it's a true HAM picture. At the time, I trying to understand (with my MKIII) how it's works (doesn't succes).
So if someone could put the demo on the zone and if someone have explanations for this effect?

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Old 06 August 2003, 10:02   #2
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it could be Ice / TSL, there's an HAM picture (a Boris Valejo pic) with some 3D object moving on it.
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Thank you Frog for your suggestion, but it's not the ICE demo. It's display a lot of sprites (or bobs) over an HAM picture. And if I remember (it's very far), the music it's more chip tune.
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