Here comes my Codef remake of Level 16 Full Screen Demo, released on 1988 (Atari ST)
A fake fullscreen effect, but it was the first time ever a coder synchronized with the electron ray, opening the way to future overscan developments on Atari ST.
Here comes my Codef remake of the "Interrupt Fullscreen" intro part by Ziggy Stardust, released in the Froggies Over The Fence demo (Atari ST, 1993)
The first screen with a real 3D routine in fullscreen on Atari ST !
Here comes my Codef remake of the "Best Part of the Creation" screen by Flix / Delta Force, released in the Punish Your Machine demo by Delta Force (Atari ST, 1991)
A fullscreen in medium resolution (640 × 200 x 4 colors), for the first and only time on an ST ! And a world-record 42 kb long scroller...
Here comes my Codef remake of the intro screen by Dead Hackers Society (DHS) released on the Tyranny demo (Atari ST, 1993)
A simple STE trick to gain an extra 16 pixels on the left border, relying on the prefetch of the STE hardware scroller registers. The screen width go from 320 to 336 pixels.
Here comes my Codef remake of Fullscreen screen by The Carebears (TCB), released on the Cuddly Demo (Atari ST, 1989)
Probably the most technically important breakthrough on the ST. The invention of the Sync-scrolling, also called hardscroll !
Here comes my Codef remake of Level 16 Fullscreen screen, released on the Union Demo (Atari ST, 1989)
It was the first stable fullscreen, the first screen that displayed no border at all, and worked reliably on all STs !
Here comes my Codef remake of Full Overscan screen by Omega released on the Omega Demo (Atari ST, 1988)
It was the very first fullscreen in ST history.
Unfortunately this fullscreen was really unstable, and only worked on some ST configurations under certain conditions.
Here comes my Codef remake of the Big Bendy Scroller by XXX-International, released on the XXX-International Demo (Atari ST, 1988)
This is the oldest demo known with the upper border removed on the ST (but perhaps not the first ?)