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Future World
Title:Future World
Category:Demo/MegaDemo
Release Date:
Language:English
Size:256K
Device Req.:Disk only (1 side)
Machine:PAL Only
Code Type:Machine code
Distribution:Freeware
Released by:Synergy (SYN)
Coded by:B., Tim (Bionic)
Graphics by:Z., Jan (T.A.R)
Notes:A megademo in 5 parts. The last part needs a 256 KB RAM expanded machine to work, but the demo otherwise works on any PAL machine. Released at the 5 Year Pluvi Celebration party at Krefeld.
  Download:
Download from Plus/4 World
Plus/4 World
Download from Rulez.org
Rulez.org
Download from Othersi.de
Othersi.de
User Rating: 8.2/10 (14 votes)
Future World Screenshot


Effects
PartEffect nameParametersNotes
256k Support 
SID Support 
2DYPPArea: 32 x 8 chars 
3Plasma 
5Plasma QCD (Quadra Color Density).
5Shadebobs 
5Plotter 
5Plotter It shows several functions, including dot tunnel and vector starfield.
5Copper Plasma 
5Vector Starfield 
5Dot Vectors Sphere.
5Chessboard 
5Line Morphing 


Image Gallery
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Comments By Chicken
This is a nice one, definitely worth checking out.

I remember that back then it wasn't as well received as it deserved. Mostly because the regular 256kb user obviously wasn't interested in demos that much. And those who wanted to see it (including me), didn't have a 256kb machine.
When I finally got a 256kb expansion, this was the first program I loaded :)

I'm sure it would have had a bigger impact if it ran on 64kb machines, even if not all the effects are possible.

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