Here is my contribution to the Sommarhack 2017 demoparty that took place in Grådö (Sweden) on july 8th 2017.
Back in 1990, Delta Force released the legendary Syntax Terror megademo for the Atari ST. The Big Border demo screen was coded by Chaos Inc and it's main characteristics was the tiny 96*54 pixel screen size.
In the Syntax Terror Big Border Revisited competition, Sommarhack organizers imposed the following rules :
A remake of Read Me intro by The Replicants of The Union (Atari STF), released in 1989.
In 1989, The Replicants entered in the biggest cracking association, The Union.
They made this intro to tell it to the world !
A remake of Bloody & Bluedy intro by The Replicants (Atari STF), released on july 1988.
The Replicants' story began in july 1988. Two french crews, Hackers Of The Arena (HOFA) and A-Team, and a swapper, Ninja which was the only members of his crew (Shogun) decided to join forces to make the best cracking crew in France : The Replicants (this name was found by Ninja/Shogun).
This has been celebrated by this little intro, the first ever release of The Replicants !
Thoroughly stable rasters in only 128 bytes !
At the beginning of 1988, SYNC released a screen meant to showcase flicker-free rasters, named SYNC.PRG.
Here is my fullscreen tribute (working on Atari STF/STE), as a contribution to the Silly Venture 2k16 demoparty that took place in Gdansk (Poland) on november 12th 2016.