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  amiga demoscene archive
  Author: z5   Date Verified:
  On this site, you will find some of the best demos and intros ever released on the fabulous Amiga computer. All the demos listed here, are of high quality. So why did we make this site? Watching demos over the years, has given us so much joy and fantastic moments that we thought it was time to do something in return. In fact, this is our tribute to every scene artist: coders, graphicians, musicians.... All those people who ever contributed to the wonderful productions listed here. You are all true artists. If, in the future, you don't have the hardware to run these demos anymore, you will still be able to relive those moments by visiting this site. We're planning regular updates, adding reviews, screenshots, ratings and more productions. Basically, we're trying to build the ultimate amiga demoscene archive. Enjoy!
     
 
  amigascne worldwide
  Author: cygnus   Date Verified:
  What is all this about? This site is dedicated to the Amiga demo scene. The Amiga is a personal computer that debuted in the late 80's as the first true multimedia platform available to the average consumer. The Amiga inspired many with it's rich sound and elegant graphics capabilities. An Amiga demo is the best testiment to the Amiga's power, providing a combination of graphics, sound, and complex code. To many, the demo is the ultimate form of artistic expression and the mission of AMiGASCNE WORLDWiDE is to bring together all available Amiga demo scene related productions and information to anyone interested in taking part or just experiencing this truly amazing art form.
     
 
  ATH Core Web Page
  Author: ATH Core   Date Verified:
  French Amiga underground Techno music coders. (Site in French)
     
 
  Clique. The official homepage
  Author: Clique   Date Verified:
  C64 & Amiga Demo coders.
     
 
  CRACKERLAND
  Author: CRACKERLAND   Date Verified:
  This site is dedicated to all crackgroups founded the sCENE and created later the demoscene lots of people know today. It includes all the information to old cracking groups cracking and spreading games and apps on the Amiga computer since 1987 - after the C64-scene which has been founded somewhen in 1983. You can download all the Cracktros from this website and start them on your Amiga, or using UAE on your ibm compatibles. The Cracktros all are freeware - you won't find any warez here. This site is a collection of the executeable files only.
     
 
  CRUX
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  WELCOME TO THE cRUX cYBERSPACE HQ, STRANGER! OFFICIAL ANNOUNCMENT: CRUX IS DEAD! As it already happened at the end of 1998, I'm sad to tell you that our group "CRUX" has been officially closed down. For full details download the text file and read also about our last release on the AMIGA and the future of this homepage which will be still worth visiting!!
     
 
  da jormas
  Author: Naks   Date Verified:
  We have released quite a lot of music made with Protracker, one of the most important music programs ever made for any computer. Instead of just releasing our tunes as Protracker modules (MODs), we've built small (more or less serious) multimedia presentations (intros and demos) based on them. These techno related productions run on Amiga computers and Amiga emulators like UAE. If you have an Amiga, it is recommended to check out the intros and demos too. These productions have been divided in several series. Here is a search engine for our productions. Choose the serie name you want to get more information about and the sorting criteria. You'll get a list of all released productions by searching using the defaults (Any/Name). You can also find our productions from our bulletin board systems around the world.
     
 
  demo.guide
  Author: Dreyer   Date Verified:
  What is this guide? The Demo.Guide is kind of an encyclopedia covering demos for the Amiga. All demos in The Guide has it's own review, information about authors, size, requirements, etc., and rating. How come there are no links to other sites? If you want links there are 1000 of other sites you can choose from, if you want demo information you don't want to leave this site!
     
 
  embassy
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Embassy is a demogroup. A demogroup usually means: 1)This is a hobby and is strongly involved with scenelife. 2)We do not make relases to get money. 3)We do not pay salary for work well done. 4)We make releases for our own amusement. (to get lots and lots of babes) 5)We pay a portion of prizemoney for everyone involved making award winning production. 6)We want to have fun. 7)We want you. 8)Join our merry group. 9)You'll get us too. 10)You'll experience some unforgetable moments with us when we hold our Embassy meetings. 11)Enter your own choice here, please. 12)Please check one and two again. 13) 14)I don't like 13's. 15)Go back to 13.
     
 
  FACTOR
  Author: FACTOR   Date Verified:
  Factor is a demogroup operating mainly on the Amiga platform since 1995.
     
 
  fake HomePage
  Author: PR / Netting   Date Verified:
  fake is a small demogroup devoted to the Amiga.
     
 
  Greetings for Amiga
  Author: Michal [Baron Althaar] Szuster   Date Verified: 2015-02-01
  << Archived Link >> GFA is very special scene group. We’ve got so much members, and not all of them have Amigas, but the squad leaders are great Amiga fans. The has 4 language versions (Polish, English, French and Spanish). There very important page calles OUR PROJECTS where You can download our works. The number of works is increasing very fast :)
  Date of Archive: 2002-04-15    
 
  Hacked Amiga Music (HAM)
  Author: Amadeus/Shelter   Date Verified:
  Hacked Amiga Music (HAM) introduced the ripping scene to Open Ripping the 26/10-98, and shut down after 65 100% fresh and Hard2Rip releases the 28/8-99. I'm very satisfied with the result of HAM. My goal was a site, where my rips were released right away, and where the ripping techniques were open! It seamed that other than myself liked the ideology, so within short time was HAM the fastest ripper site.
     
 
  ImPACT
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  the PC and Amiga scene homepage.
     
 
  industry
  Author: Cyborg   Date Verified:
  Amiga, PalmOS, C=64 and PC demo coders.
     
 
  IRIS
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Amiga Demo Coders. Coders of Dolly Buster, EC #45, Plan B, EC #44, Noise From Heaven #3 and more
     
 
  komplex
  Author: info   Date Verified:
  komplex is non-profit underground group of computer specialists formed in 1989. its activities range from realtime graphics routines thru art design to encryption and algorithms. during the history of komplex its members have produced odd amount of productions; demos, intros, pictures for competitions, party invitations and all sorts of strange stuff. some of them have almost vanished in the dark archives of computer freaks and devnulls of huge systems. we continue our effort to collect all the prods here. A M I G A D E M O S. We are in process of hunting down and capturing images from amiga prods there are over 30 hovering somewhere.…
     
 
  Limited Edition
  Author: Limited Edition   Date Verified:
  What is LED? Limited Edition (or LED) is an Amiga demo group with a majority of Swedish members. We produce demos for the Amiga mainly for the fun of it.
     
 
  Loonies
  Author: Psycho   Date Verified:
  Introduction. Loonies is a Amiga demogroup founded in June 95 by Psycho, Tiny and Tarmslyng. In all Loonies productions the overall design is quite important, and we prefer not to make too traditional boring standard productions. Normally we have some theme or other overall idea going through the demo, and we try not to violate this by some routine or picture not fitting the overall design. A production by Loonies can be marked as a Livitas Production. Livitas means crazy, weird, absurd, insane, and a Livitas Production is therefore somewhat absurd and weird etc, and should not be taken too serious..
     
 
  m4nkind.com
  Author: Tex of Mankind   Date Verified:
  "Mankind demogroup website - featuring demos, various articles and utilities. Mankind is actualy the most signifiant french amiga demogroup.
     
 
  mekka & symposium
  Author: mekka & symposium   Date Verified:
  What is MS? The mekka & symposium is a demo-scene party that was organized annually at Easter. More than 1200 young Multimedia artists gathered here for four days in order to meet similarly-minded people, to exchange ideas and to participate in the competitions, in which individuals and groups show off their talents in a certain form of electronic art called Demos. ms2002 has been the eighth and last event in a traditional party series that started back in 1995, when 300 mostly German visitors attended the BlackBox Symposium. To our 2002 event, about 1220 visitors came from all over Europe, and beyond -- "sceners" have come to celebrate with us from countries as remote as Estonia and Israel!
     
 
  Mystic
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Amiga Demo Coders. Lots of demo downlooads!
     
 
  no fear productions
  Author: Booster   Date Verified:
  about no fear productions. No fear productions is a music-release group. We mainly produce remixes of various traxx, but we also compose our own music. No fear productions is an independent group, so anyone can join. If you want to, then contact Booster for more information. Lots oF MOD downloads!
     
 
  Obscene
  Author: jonas   Date Verified:
  Obscene is a Swedish demo group based on the Amiga platform. We are and have been active since 1992 with the founders who were, Chrombacher, Linus on Line and Destructor. Not far after we joined forces with a crew with the name of Creeps engineering. We prouced a few intros and a really bad demo. Later we got loads of members, to many to mention actually. Now, in 1997 we have XX members. We are not inactive as many people might think, thus we are working on a new demo soon to be released. Well, this text will be re-edited as soon as we get a better one (this one is written in 2 mins). Now, the members at the moment is: Broox, Chrombacher, Destructor, Dolby, Fatal, Guzz, Nitzer, Nude, Nurgle, Java
     
 
  OFFENCE
  Author: Andreas 'Yup' Schneider   Date Verified:
  Andreas 'Yup' Schneider of OFFENCE. Welcomes you to his Homepage! Some demos for the Amiga amd C=64
     
 
  oops
  Author: whizzkid   Date Verified:
  the totally illegal but highly informative homepage. Things never stop going wrong. Isn't that wonderful? After a state of mental disorder, Oops! pukes out several candies at once, and works on a few others like never before. The time to re-bookmark these pages has finally come. The time to say Oops! is here again. Because when things have to go wrong, we're the team to make it happen. Quite a few demos and modules to download
     
 
  Panda
  Author: Judeobscure   Date Verified:
  Panda were a demo group based around the Amiga and PC computers. We'd been around for a short while and done a few cool things in that time but then we all wound up prematurely dead. Please feel free to browse the site, learn all about our ways and download our productions for your own enjoyment and if you're a morbid (but clean) goth type then why not check out how we all bit the bullets (with our teeth/dentures) on our (ex)members page
     
 
  PUSH entertainment
  Author: tony   Date Verified:
  We are an AMIGA demoscene group and we also are working on several commercial game releases, for amiga and consoles.
     
 
  RAM JAM
  Author: acbs   Date Verified:
  RamJam's homepage is (as always it has been) under construction. But now it seems there is enough stuff to loose a couple of mins browsing around..... :) Amiga Demo Coders. Several Demos to download!
     
 
  Rave Network Overscan
  Author: kure   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the "net-HQ" of Rave Network Overscan! [rno=amiga/scene/tekno/friends/rave/club/graffiti/party/booze/hiphop/music/fun] Oh yes! As you've might guessed already we're a demo group working on the Amiga platform but we also got a platform-free music group RNO Records focused on harder techno & house. We're looking for new members for supporting both demo&music sections. Almost anyone is welcome to join us. If you would like to join us, just send email to me, Kure, with some examples of your work and some personal information and I'll get back to you! -Kure
     
 
  Scenebook
  Author: skid   Date Verified:
  Amiga Demo Coders. Lots to see and download
     
 
  Scenet
  Author: Dire   Date Verified:
  What is SCENET? SCENET was created roughly four years ago by the hungarian Amiga demoscener Lord of Absolute, Impulse & Crimson Jihad. Lord was concentrating on email addies and first merged two old lists from Igo of TBL which was published at the "RAW Online" homepage and another from Cesium, who was a norwegian Amiga Scener from the group Session. SCENET aims to be a kind of gateway for all kind of Sceners or those people who are interested into the Scene. It wants to give you the possibility to find good old contacts/friends you`ve possibly lost during your time of inactivity. It can be also a gateway to enter the Scene for newcomers or just a way to inform yourself about it. If you`re searching for scenerelated email addies, personal or group related homepages, telnet ip`s from boards, good newsgroups, active irc channels etc. etc. etc., then SCENET will fulfill your needs!!!
     
 
  Scoopex
  Author: contact   Date Verified:
  Scoopex - an Amiga demo group founded back in 1988 by Ranger & Shark the Master. Since then it changed from being an Austrian group to be international based. Scoopex is the successor of the Austrian based group Megaforce (MFC). Megaforce was founded in 1983 on C64 and was active in the Cracking as well as the demo scene. Crazy Typer's legendary demos brought MFC a good reputation and their constant releases the membership in the so called 'Leading Five' cooperation.
     
 
  STELLAR
  Author: Mac/Stellar   Date Verified:
  Welcome my friend . This is a complete Stellar productions archive. Here you can find all Stellar releases for Amiga computer. If keywords "Amiga","Scene", "Stellar" or "Demo" are totally mystery to you, then there isn't much for you. If those words do mean something to you, feel free to contact me.
     
 
  The Experience
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  The Experience is an Amiga/PC demo group, based in Adelaide, South Australia. Having viewed their fair share of Amiga/PC demos over the years, the group decided they would start producing their own for the rest of the world to see...
     
 
  The Official impulse Homepage
  Author: Soldier   Date Verified:
  Amiga Demo scene coders
     
 
  The Official Rebels Homepage
  Author: Stig Frydenlund   Date Verified:
  Amiga Demo Coders. TONS of Demos and Mods!!!!
     
 
  The Spooky Fellows
  Author: maxime   Date Verified:
  Many of you traditional visitors of this site, might have been wondering what's happened to this page, which until some months ago was, for most of the Amiga sceners, the one to visit to give a brief look at the latest The Charts issue, and to find the latest Ram Jam's news and releases. The answer is simple: THE CHARTS, the chart-mag we worked on since early spring 1993 has reached its glorious end after 16 issues. Initially born like an alternative to the famous Official Eurocharts, we just managed through about a dozen of issues, to make of The Charts a guide for all the scene population. But in the days of last October, we decided to close this successful experience of ours, and the costant loss of enthusiasm and motivations have to be considered the main reasons of our quit. After having released sixteen issues in approximately 24 months, we felt ourselves tired, and not motivated anymore to go on with all the hard work each TC new issue was needed.
     
 
  The World
  Author: The World   Date Verified:
  The Word is a free diskmag produced by Carnage with contributions from people all over the Amiga scene, if you have an article that you'd like to submit then you can mail it to me and it will appear in the next available issue.
     
 
  Transient
  Author: Transient   Date Verified:
  "Transient" is an electronic music group which specialises in techno and house/dance tracks, yet also journeys into the fields of drum'n'bass/jungle and the more pure, hard-edged forms of trance, goa and acid. See our release list for more scope. At present, we have four members: phia, Zee, Dazzy F and Naf. We're always on the lookout for more, so if you'd like to join, simply get in touch with us at one of the contact addresses. All of our tracks were mainly produced using Amiga's on a computer based tracker called Octamed and the newer version Octamed Soundstudio.
     
 
  Triumph Software
  Author: Morten Johnsen   Date Verified:
  Triumph Software is a Norwegian Amiga group which has been producing quality utilities, demos, intros and animations for at least 12 years.
     
 
  University Place Commodore Home User Group (UPCHUG)
  Author: UPCHUG   Date Verified: 2015-02-01
  Our purpose is to help each other and share info on past and future Amigas and their uses. Demos of software and hardware. Meets on the 4th Thursday of each month from 6:45pm to 8:45pm at the Swasey Library, 7001 Sixth Ave, Tacoma, WA.
     
 
  VIRTUAL DIMENSION
  Author: Virtual Dimension   Date Verified:
  Founded as a demo-group in order to make demos for the Amiga in 1991 by a few friends. Authors of Virtual Dimension's MegaDemo, Virtual Dimension's PsychoDemo, Red Sky-demo, Othello - The virtual board-game, Bombsquare and others.
     
 
  Vortex
  Author: Stunner   Date Verified:
  Vortex - Amiga Demo Group. Vortex - Rocking Your World. Waiting For The World - Released 0728. Available from the Download page here, or appearing on scene boards now (Thanks to Case for starting the spread). Images featured from DaFreak, Ando, Raytrasher and myself, excellent mods from Stunner as always. Coding from Bphantom. Nice work guys.
     
 
  WELCOME AT ORIENS AMIGA DEMO PAGE
  Author: Christophe Kohler   Date Verified:
  On this page you will find all infos about my pas life into the cool Amiga Demo scene.
     
 
  Whizzcat
  Author: Whizzcat   Date Verified:
  Welcome stranger! You have been catched by the mighty claws of the holy wizzcat! There is not much you can do to escape so you better make the best out of your situation and try some of the nice buttons on the left side. Old-school intro lovers may find the 2001 update of old intros and demos found somewhere on the net very interesting ! Greetings to all of my amigapals from the good old days and of course to any of the other cats (if there are still any of them).
     
 
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