- Code: Peace and Epyx
- Graphics, Design and Concept: Roy/SAC
- Music: "Checknobankh" by Laxity/Kefrens (Desert Dream Part 2)
- Release Date: January 2010/June 2010
Note: This is NOT an official SAC release! None of my OSDM productions are!
This is my second multipart demo created with OSDM using OSDM Script. This one is actually longer than the first one with a running time of about 4:15 minutes.
My first multi-parts demo was "Oldskool", but my very first multi-parts intro was actually my holidays 2009 production called "Mosaik".
This demo also has kind of a story and effects were timed to the music by Laxity/Kefrens. The music was originally created for the legendary Commodore Amiga demo "Desert Dream" by Kefrens, which was released in Spring 1993 at The Gathering demoparty in Norway. The demo won the Commodore Amiga 500 demo competition by large margin and is regarded by many as one of the best, if not the best demo for the classic A500 machine. Several remakes of the demo where created, including an adaptation for the smaller and older cousin of the Amiga 500, the Commodore 64.
If you wonder why there is no full screen version of the demo for download (Update June 2010: There is a Full-Screen version now! See links below :)). The demo window has actually a frame that I designed, which is unfortunately not visible in the video captures of the demo. This framing does not work in full screen mode. Download the windowed version executable (ZIP file download below) and run it to see what it looks like.