4K 4-Bits Mega Scroller

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)

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128B Mandelbrot Set

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 !

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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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Sommarhack 2017 Syntax Terror Big Border Revisited

Here is my contribution to the Sommarhack 2017 demoparty that took place in Grådö (Sweden) on july 8th 2017.

It was the winner of the “Syntax Terror Big Border Revisited” competition !

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.

The rules of the compo were as follows :

  • The demo is limited to a 96*54 area, centered on the screen
  • No rasterbars outside of the 96*54 area
  • Must work on 512k RAM
  • Must work on Atari ST

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Sync128B

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.

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