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This is a Mega Scroller, using the 4-bits hardscroll technique created by Alien/ST Connexion, but in just four kilobyte.

Yes, you read correctly: fullscreen, sync-scroll, parallaxed background, huge font and obsessing music, all of this in less than 4 Kb of code !

This screen was released during the SillyVenture demoparty that took place in Gdansk (Poland) on december 9th 2017.

(For more information, you will find explanations about the 4-bit sync-scrolling on the Atari ST Fullscreen demos history page)
 

Not original, I know, but this is certainly the smallest Mandelbrot set ever traced on Atari ST !

It was released during the SillyVenture demoparty that took place in Gdansk (Poland) on december 9th 2017.

Atari bytetros rules: 128b + 32b header = 160b executable file !

This bytetro is a Sierpinski pattern scrolled in less than 64b.

It was released during the SillyVenture demoparty that took place in Gdansk (Poland) on december 9th 2017.

Atari bytetros rules: 64b + 32b header = 96b executable file !

This bytetro is a Sierpinski triangle pattern, drawn in less than 32b.

It was released during the SillyVenture demoparty that took place in Gdansk (Poland) on december 9th 2017.

Atari bytetros rules: 32b + 32b header = 64b executable file !

32B Noise

The first 32b ever on Atari ST!!!

This is a revisit of the "noiST 64b" by Checkpoint, slightly improved to occupy less than 32 bytes...

A 26b version is also available (it is even possible to go down to 18b if you remove the palette change...

This bytetro was released during the SillyVenture demoparty that took place in Gdansk (Poland) on december 9th 2017.

Atari bytetros rules: 32b + 32b header = 64b executable file !

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