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PAiN Services - DOSBox Demo Compatibility List (159 Demos)

This new service, presented to you by PAiN, is a compatibility list that aims to collect all demos that work together with DOSBox. DOSBox emulates the CPU: 286/386 realmode/protected mode, Directory FileSystem/XMS/EMS, Tandy/Hercules/CGA/EGA/VGA/VESA graphics, a SoundBlaster/Gravis Ultra Sound card for excellent sound compatibility with older games... Give it a try and add missing demos!

 perfect  works okay  runs (bad)

Name A-Z | Name Z-A | Oldest (Year) | Newest (Year) | Group A-Z | Group Z-A
The Astonishing Tribe/Yodel (1996) Ver: 0.62
Seems to work best with GUS, but it sounds a bit weird sometimes. Other then that, you want many cycles (25000+, but works on lower), and for that core=dynamic recommended. (comment on pouet.net)
Mighty/Xtacy (1995) Ver: 0.63
a bit slow and some music bugs (comment on pouet.net)
Stuff/Xtacy (1995) Ver: 0.65
One of my favourite!. It uses only XMS and GUS. I set 16.000 cycles for running it decently. Enjoy it!. (comment on pouet.net)
Facts of Life (House Techno Part - GUS rerelease)/Witan (1993) Ver: 0.61
Visuals are okay, sometimes off-sync. Music samples are buggy. Note this is the GUS house part only. The full original version won't work. (comment on pouet.net)
Drift/Wildlight (1995) Ver: 0.7
Little display bugs at the end scroller (comment on pouet.net)
Solstice/Valhalla (1995) Ver: 0.61
Requires a quite high amount on CPU cycles to run smoothly, but it works. (comment on pouet.net)
Fluid Motion/Valhalla (1995) Ver: 0.62
Works great, just a couple short stalls between loading parts. I tested the party version, so hopefully the final version works just as well. (comment on pouet.net)
Solstice/Valhalla (1995) Ver: 0.63
(comment on pouet.net)
Solstice/Valhalla (1995) Ver: 0.7
Fine demo with cool music (comment on pouet.net)
Vectordemo/Ultraforce (1992) Ver: 0.62
At the menu, choose Install Demo, Fast AT, Automatic Detection - then enjoy the demo! The fadeout on the loading screen is buggy, but the main part looks okay. (comment on pouet.net)
Vectordemo/Ultraforce (1991) Ver: 0.63
The classic from Ultraforce, runs without a problem. (comment on pouet.net)
VectorDemo/Ultraforce (1991) Ver: 0.7
A true classic (comment on pouet.net)
The Jungly Kitchen/Twilight Zone (1993) Ver: 0.61
Visuals are okay. Sound is full of the infamous "UltraClicks", but since it was one of the first GUS demos, maybe the original was too. (comment on pouet.net)
Crystal Dream/Triton (1992) Ver: 0.61
Make sure you choose PC speaker for sound (comment on pouet.net)
Crystal Dream 2/Triton (1992) Ver: 0.63
In 0.63, GUS works, and setting higher cycles got rid of some of the flashes and timing problems, but still not perfect. (comment on pouet.net)
Gravis Ultrasound Advertisement/Triton (1993) Ver: 0.7
Demo to promote Gravis UltraSound (comment on pouet.net)
Timeless/Tran (1994) Ver: 0.61
First endless atmospheric demo by legendary Tran. Working fine. Pity, his next demos ("Ambience" and "Luminati") used software interlace mode wich looks terrible under DOSBox. So, enjoy the Timeless. (comment on pouet.net)
Hell!/Tran (1993) Ver: 0.65
Runs perfectly, provided that GUS IRQ is not 5 (limitation of Tran's pmode code) (comment on pouet.net)
Gertrude in Red Hungary/TPOLM (1996) Ver: 0.63
A classic TPOLM demo that works fine with DosBox as it is not CPU hungry. You just need to increase some parameters (the tunnels are smooth if it is done correctly) (comment on pouet.net)
Vicky/The Space Pigs (1991) Ver: 0.63
Ok oldschool demo. Select Soundblaster (3), System Speed 25 MHz or above and 1 for VGA card. (comment on pouet.net)
The Magic Circle/The European Technology (1994) Ver: 0.62
2nd part and end part don't work, everything else is okay. A few short stalls between parts. (comment on pouet.net)
Uneatble/The CoExistence (1994) Ver: 0.63
Runs okay, but you have to optimize your dosbox. This demo was quite good, and was 1st shown at Assembly 94 (comment on pouet.net)
Coma Demo/The Brain Slayer (1991) Ver: 0.61
4000+ cycles recommended. (comment on pouet.net)
Stash/The Black Lotus (1997) Ver: 0.7
Rarefluid video : ftp://ftp.untergrund.net/users/rarefluid/3_TBL_-_Stash.avi (comment on pouet.net)
Astral Blur/The Black Lotus (1997) Ver: 0.7
Fabulous demo !!! Video by RGBA : http://www.rgba.org/iq/trastero/scene_videos/tbl_astralblur.avi (comment on pouet.net)
Uitgeroeid/TFA Ground Zero (1995) Ver: 0.61
Apart from some minor static (Set GUS sample rate to 44100) this demos runs exactly like it did on my pc back then. (comment on pouet.net)
Dreamsteal/Surprise!Productions (1995) Ver: 0.63
(comment on pouet.net)
Cocoon/Surprise!Productions (1995) Ver: 0.63
(comment on pouet.net)
Dreamsteal/Surprise! Productions (1995) Ver: 0.61
Music is not totaly correct during some parts, and dosbox has problems with the graphics mode switches. It hangs at the end, but that's ok, it also does that on a real DOS box :-) (comment on pouet.net)
Eyecatcher/Surprise! Productions (1994) Ver: 0.61
Enable XMS & GUS, disable EMS. (comment on pouet.net)
The Good, the Bad & the Ugly/Surprise! Productions (1993) Ver: 0.60
fine oldschool Amiga Effects and Design presented for PC on TP'93 (comment on pouet.net)
Flight/Sunrise Industry (1995) Ver: 0.7
can't run in DosBox because requires 386/486-style prefetch-queue instead of Pentium-style (comment on pouet.net)
Flight/Sunrise Industry (1995) Ver: 0.7
100% fix available on request from peter_ferrie@hotmail.com (comment on pouet.net)
Zilog/Sunflower (1999) Ver: 0.7
(comment on pouet.net)
IFLIC/spinningkids (1997) Ver: 0.61
Runs in VGA mode (320x200x8 with dithering) and PAiNfully slow :) (comment on pouet.net)
Optic Nerve/Silents (1993) Ver: 0.61
I always though it had an abrupt ending, but now I found out that it actually goes on where it always used to stop at my PC's (Sparcus/Nostalgia) (comment on pouet.net)
Angeldust/Shock! (1997) Ver: 0.63
Could be slow but demo execution is perfect (comment on pouet.net)
Causaprima/Sands (1999) Ver: 0.61
Runs with no problem, sound card autodetect works well too. (comment on pouet.net)
Catch22/Replay (1999) Ver: 0.7
64 ko about lens flares (comment on pouet.net)
Amnesia/Renaissance (1992) Ver: 0.61
I used the separate music player + DosBox wav writing to create MP3's of all songs in the demo at high quality. Excellent! (comment on pouet.net)
Black Glass 2/Renaissance (1992) Ver: 0.61
The 9+4 channel AdLib+SB music works! I'm impressed - it didn't work on most sound cards other than the original SB/SBPro. (comment on pouet.net)
Daretro/Renaissance (1993) Ver: 0.61
Close, but not quite.. a couple of the music channels are missing. Also, the Escape key doesn't seem to work, but Ctrl-F9 will do. :) (comment on pouet.net)
D'Orzo/Recreation (1996) Ver: 0.63
Demo in textmode (comment on pouet.net)
Tahma/Recreation (1997) Ver: 0.63
Demo in textmode (comment on pouet.net)
Dimension/Realtech (1994) Ver: 0.61
Choose SB, GUS timing is too slow. Visuals are okay. Sound is a little buggy. (comment on pouet.net)
Reanimator/Rage (1995) Ver: 0.61
This demo was originally Pentium-only, but you can run it with the /o parameter.. just have the CPU power to back it up! (comment on pouet.net)
Robotnik/Rage (1997) Ver: 0.63
Slow 3d... (comment on pouet.net)
Near death experience/Pulse (1997) Ver: 0.63
Near perfection but is slow on my Pc... (comment on pouet.net)
One Drink Too Far/Pulse (1996) Ver: 0.63
Definitely not the best stuff from Pulse, visuals are 100% ok in Dosbox but unfortunately, no sound. (comment on pouet.net)
Balance/Pulse (1996) Ver: 0.63
Couldn't get more than the first screen with water effect. Fatal crash probably due to a weird videomode change. (comment on pouet.net)
Sunflower/Pulse (1997) Ver: 0.7
Visuals are ok, no major bug but could be slow (comment on pouet.net)
Square/Pulse (1997) Ver: 0.7
(comment on pouet.net)
73 Million Seconds/Pulse (1998) Ver: 0.7
(comment on pouet.net)
Headache/Psychic Link (1996) Ver: 0.62
Works in dosbox with 'full' core and gus sound emulation. Needs a fast computer (it is a 'pentium' demo 8-)) (comment on pouet.net)
Act1/Psychic Link (1994) Ver: 0.62
Try GUS for sound. (comment on pouet.net)
Juice/Psychic Link (1995) Ver: 0.63
Minor music bug, crashes at landscape (DosBox error : illegal read error) (comment on pouet.net)
Aboriginal/Paragon (1996) Ver: 0.62
GUS and normal core. (comment on pouet.net)
Aboriginal Remix/Paragon (1996) Ver: 0.62
Looks okay as far as I can tell. Needs high cycles. (comment on pouet.net)
Contrast/Oxygene (1996) Ver: 0.63
Some music bugs 3d scenes could be slow (comment on pouet.net)
Nova/Overflow (1997) Ver: 0.63
Some 3d bugs (comment on pouet.net)
Textro/OTM (1995) Ver: 0.62
Works great in 0.62 with cycles around 5000 and frameskip around 2-5 (play with frameskip till the sound isn't choppy). (comment on pouet.net)
Project XYZ/Orange (1995) Ver: 0.61
Runs pretty much as it should. Music replay is a bit choppy. On average I experienced 3000-4000 cycles to be the best tradeoff for watching the demo. (Okay sound, not too choppy visuals) (comment on pouet.net)
Super Television/Orange (1996) Ver: 0.61
Works just fine, standard GUS-settings. Needs prett high cycles-values though. :) (comment on pouet.net)
Who else can upgrade a robot/Orange (1995) Ver: 0.61
Slight hickup near the end, no biggie. Sync a tad askew sometimes. Very watchable. :) (comment on pouet.net)
Royal Family/Orange (1995) Ver: 0.62
Perfectly works (240h, 70 hz), raise the cycles up to 8000. (comment on pouet.net)
Megablast/Orange (1996) Ver: 0.62
Enjoy Megablast, it works from the start till the end without any problem ! High cycles needed (~18000). (comment on pouet.net)
The Secret Life of Mr. Black/Orange (1997) Ver: 0.62
I'm not sure if the first effect works correctly, doesn't look right, but it's been a long time since I've seen this on the real thing. Otherwise works very well and at decent fps. (comment on pouet.net)
X14/Orange (1995) Ver: 0.63
Sometimes the music seems to slow down but otherwise it runs fine. Don't know if its supposed to not exit when it's finished though. (comment on pouet.net)
Sea Robot Of Love/Orange (1995) Ver: 0.63
Finally working! Most parts move too fast, however. Must run with the -m parameter. Normal core and no EMS should be safe. (comment on pouet.net)
Stars/nooon (1995) Ver: 0.61
Disable GUS emulation and run with SB for correct sound. Runs a little slow, but otherwise perfect. Best results with CPU cycles around 20000. (comment on pouet.net)
Stars/Nooon (1995) Ver: 0.63
Works perfectly. You do not have to disable GUS in v0.63. Be patient when it starts. The screen goes blank and it seems to hang but it will start if you wait. (comment on pouet.net)
Shotgun!/Mindprobe (1995) Ver: 0.62
It's slow, but it runs! Disable EMS. (comment on pouet.net)
Transgression 2/MFX (1996) Ver: 0.62
Runs great even with the normal core. The more cycles you give it, the more rays that will be cast. (comment on pouet.net)
Ninja 2/Melon Dezign & Scoop (1996) Ver: 0.63
Runs perfectly. (comment on pouet.net)
Arabicum/Massive (1995) Ver: 0.61
Doxbox seems to have problems with resolution switches, but apart from that it runs perfectly. (comment on pouet.net)
Black Zone/Masque (1993) Ver: 0.63
Sound has been fixed, runs perfectly now. (comment on pouet.net)
Wish/Majic 12 (1993) Ver: 0.61
Works almost perfectly under dosbox! (Blala on pouet.net) (comment on pouet.net)
Show/Majic 12 (1994) Ver: 0.63
Problem with the plasma, copper effect, end scoller and some screens are reduced... Rest is perfect so i give an "Ok" status (comment on pouet.net)
Just/Legend Design (1995) Ver: 0.61
If the music stutters or contains a lot of static then try switching back to a normal soundblaster (enter "just /?" for options). (comment on pouet.net)
Digital Matrix/Legend Design (1993) Ver: 0.61
The only thing noticeable was that it had some strange high frequency noise in the sound/music. but i believe that is an irq or dma issue. try change the irq or dma in the emulator and try if that works. if not then i don't know. (comment on pouet.net)
Little Green Men/Kosmic (1995) Ver: 0.61
Disable EMS, select Soundblaster and low quality sound when starting the demo (and it might need some additional dosbox cycles and frameskip tweaking to get the music right). It almost runs perfectly, but at the end it crashes. (comment on pouet.net)
Ro Bott/Kooma (1999) Ver: 0.7
Short intro but perfect execution (comment on pouet.net)
Strato Bak/Kolor (1998) Ver: 0.62
Couldn't make it work, dead loop. Sad :( (comment on pouet.net)
Toontown/Kolor (1997) Ver: 0.63
Have vertical lines ?!? Some buggy sound and 2d effects (comment on pouet.net)
Ranskalainen Huora/Jumalauta (2001) Ver: 0.62
Looks just the way it is supposed to. (comment on pouet.net)
Semtex City/Jeskola! Productions (1995) Ver: 0.63
(comment on pouet.net)
Fyvush/Jamm (1994) Ver: 0.61
Just a few quirks here and there. You'll be happy to know that the text in DOS is still turned upside-down afterwards. :) (comment on pouet.net)
Finkel/Jamm (1994) Ver: 0.61
The music clicks and pops, and the last effect is broken - everything else is okay. (comment on pouet.net)
Nation0/Jamm (1995) Ver: 0.62
first part works well but it suddenly stopped in the magenta-deformation part and nothing moves till the end. I tested on a slow PC though. (comment on pouet.net)
Dream/Jamm (1995) Ver: 0.62
Surprisingly, it runs very smoothly with high cycles, no problems with this great demo. (comment on pouet.net)
Resurrection Now/Jamm (1997) Ver: 0.62
This demo was already very difficult to launch in the genuine DOS, it never worked on my K6-233. With DosBox, you need dos4gw.exe, launch the demo with "dos4gw macgyver.exe". Set the cycles at 10000. You can watch most parts but DosBox crashed at the end (though the demo is unfinished, this could explain this issue..) (comment on pouet.net)
Dream/Jamm (1995) Ver: 0.63
little music glitches (comment on pouet.net)
Cardiac/Infiny (1993) Ver: 0.61
It's good to see that the end scroller works again on dosbox (Sparcus/Nostalgia) (comment on pouet.net)
Epsilon/Infiny (1995) Ver: 0.62
Almost perfect.. the baby pic is a little too small, I think. The music stalls between video mode changes, but I think you can live with that. (comment on pouet.net)
Bomb/Impact Studios (1996) Ver: 0.63
3d is slow (maybe it's perfect on a fast Pc...) (comment on pouet.net)
Inconexia/Iguana (1993) Ver: 0.61
The text in the greetings part doesn't scroll properly. Everything else is good. Choose SoundBlaster, GUS sound won't work. (comment on pouet.net)
HeartQuake/Iguana (1993) Ver: 0.62
Runs nicely, with gus emulation (comment on pouet.net)
Silence/Hysteria (1994) Ver: 0.61
Music is heavily clipped - the original mixing volume was set very high. Visuals are okay - just a little flickering in the spacecut/z-buffer parts. (comment on pouet.net)
8088 Corruption/Hornet (2004) Ver: 0.7
Designed to run on an IBM 8088. Answer "N" to "Are you running this program on a real hardware CGA card" ;-) (comment on pouet.net)
Muna/HiRMU (1996) Ver: 0.62
This finnish demoscene classic works perfectly. (comment on pouet.net)
Diskoexpäriment/HiRMU (1995) Ver: 0.62
Looks just like it is supposed to. (comment on pouet.net)
MUNA/HiRMU (1996) Ver: 0.63
(comment on pouet.net)
Trippin/Haujobb (2000) Ver: 0.63
Needs dos4gw.exe, not included. Some glitches in sound. Runs very slow in fullscreen, but ok otherwise. (comment on pouet.net)
Lifeforms/Halcyon (1995) Ver: 0.61
There are some minor timing problems (screen is white for about 1 second 2 times) and the music is not entirely as it's supposed to be, but apart from that this demos runs without problems. (comment on pouet.net)
Catchup!/Grif (1994) Ver: 0.63
0.63 saves the day again! Sound is corrected.. enjoy this Hungarian design classic! (comment on pouet.net)
Fishtro/Future Crew (1992) Ver: 0.61
A classic that works very well in dosbox (comment on pouet.net)
Second Reality/Future Crew (1993) Ver: 0.61
Work almost perfectly. The video mode changes flash the screen. Settings: Disable XMS, Enable EMS with 32mb, CPU cycles 5000-7000, Disable SB, enable GUS, sound sample rate 44100. Run it with 2ndfix.exe. (comment on pouet.net)
Unreal (v1.1)/Future Crew (1992) Ver: 0.61
Vectorballs part has scanline problem, all other parts are okay. Choose GUS, SB output is buggy. (comment on pouet.net)
Yo!/Future Crew (1989) Ver: 0.61
PC speaker music and tweaked textmode, what more could you ask for? :D (comment on pouet.net)
Panic/Future Crew (1992) Ver: 0.61
Very first part runs, but crashes at the part with the first scroller :( (comment on pouet.net)
Panic/Future Crew (1992) Ver: 0.62
Works a lot better now. Scroller part is buggy, and the dot-vector and plasma parts have minor flaws. The techno part might not look so good depending on your refresh rate. The sound glitch for the first few seconds can really be blamed on the original player code. (comment on pouet.net)
Panic/Future Crew (1992) Ver: 0.63
We see some of the tricks they used (scroller and plasma are mirrored, etc.), fractal mountain runs very slow and shadebob too fast, but otherwise looks good. (comment on pouet.net)
Lunatic/Extreme (1993) Ver: 0.61
Choose PC speaker - SoundBlaster doesn't work. (comment on pouet.net)
Caero/EMF & Plant (1995) Ver: 0.63
Runs a bit slow, but otherwise it is fine. (comment on pouet.net)
Verses/Electromotive Force (1994) Ver: 0.62
Looks just the way I remember it. (comment on pouet.net)
Untitled/Dust (1993) Ver: 0.61
All that's missing are the keyboard LEDs. :) Use SoundBlaster, the GUS timing is off. (comment on pouet.net)
Saga/Dust (1993) Ver: 0.61
Must run with no sound ("saga /q") to watch the whole demo. With sound on it will crash on the 2nd or 3rd part. (comment on pouet.net)
Preview/Dust (1992) Ver: 0.62
For the nostalgia-seekers.. (comment on pouet.net)
Saga/Dust (1993) Ver: 0.65
Seems to run fine in DOSBox 0.65 as long as soundblaster emulation is set to use irq 5, not 7. (comment on pouet.net)
Machines of madness/Dubius (1996) Ver: 0.63
Some bad 3d textures 3d scenes could be slow (comment on pouet.net)
State of hate/Dubius (1995) Ver: 0.63
3d scenes could be slow, rest is ok (comment on pouet.net)
Magic View/Dubius (1996) Ver: 0.7
increase the sound prebuffer to 30 to avoid stuttering on slower machines (comment on pouet.net)
Vivid Experiment/Doomsday (1996) Ver: 0.63
Minor slowings (comment on pouet.net)
Tremor/DEMOlition (1996) Ver: 0.63
Demo in textmode (music by LizardKing) (comment on pouet.net)
Dragnet/DCE (1991) Ver: 0.61
Great oldskool XT/AT demo. (Use "dragnet /I=7 /A=220" to run with digital music) (comment on pouet.net)
Electric Gruyère/DCB (1995) Ver: 0.61
Diable SB and set the GUS to 220/7/1. The music is too slow but the visuals are okay. (comment on pouet.net)
GUNremix/DC5 (1999) Ver: 0.63
What do you know.. QuickBasic/CMODTSR hacks work too. :) (comment on pouet.net)
Smackdown/DC5 (2000) Ver: 0.63
Works best with dynamic core and 30k+ cycles. Skip frames if it helps. (comment on pouet.net)
Toasted/Cubic & $een (1996) Ver: 0.61
This demo works very well. A pleasure to see this again. (comment on pouet.net)
Xtal/Complex (1995) Ver: 0.61
Sound might give some problems, select soundblaster and low quality sample rate if necessary. Be careful if you watch it while wearing a headphone because dosbox once crashed during this demo while making an awesome lot of noise ;-) (comment on pouet.net)
Dope/Complex (1995) Ver: 0.63
Works great now, no more sound problems. Keep EMS off, GUS on, and enjoy! (comment on pouet.net)
Cyboman 2/Complex (1994) Ver: 0.63
Sound fixed. Not sure if the minor z-buffer bugs in the big objects were in the original or not, but I'll give it a green bar anyway. :) (comment on pouet.net)
Xtale/Complex (1995) Ver: 0.63
Runs fine now (comment on pouet.net)
Control (, The)/COMA (1996) Ver: 0.61
It works, but you'd better have a 2+GHz PC going at 16000+ cycles, otherwise expect some stutter. (comment on pouet.net)
Exposure/Coma (1997) Ver: 0.62
First effect with green bump is displayed but the palette is corrupted when it switches to the 2nd part. It unfortunately crashes with an illegal address a few seconds later. (comment on pouet.net)
Tomu/Coma (1996) Ver: 0.62
A bit slow but visuals and music are okay. Works best with cycles between 9000 and 10000. (comment on pouet.net)
Washing Machine (Encore Remix)/Coma (1996) Ver: 0.62
Visuals and sound are nearly perfect (a few palette switches), you will enjoy the disturbing Groo module. Try with cycles at 12000 and change the frame skip. I guess the non-remix version will also work. (comment on pouet.net)
Paimen/Coma (1996) Ver: 0.62
It seems to be okay, effects look perfect, I'm not sure about the music, I haven't watched this demo for loooong time but I have the strange feeling that one of the samples is running too fast (?). Cycles between 10000 and 13000 are fine. (comment on pouet.net)
Halo/Cobra Creations (1996) Ver: 0.63
Excellent demo in fakemode and moreover, perfectly works in the box (comment on pouet.net)
Inside/CNCD (1996) Ver: 0.62
Looks the way it should, but either requires a really fast computer or it's just impossible to get a good framerate. (comment on pouet.net)
Cronologia/Cascada (1991) Ver: 0.61
Intro, Loading, and Time parts will run too fast unless you slow it down to (comment on pouet.net)
Holistic/Cascada (1994) Ver: 0.7
Only 3d objets in this demo (comment on pouet.net)
Zweilight Zone/Capacala (1995) Ver: 0.61
Some small glitches in the sound and graphics, but mostly okay. :) (comment on pouet.net)
The real thing/Capacala (1994) Ver: 0.63
Minor music bugs (comment on pouet.net)
The unreal thing/Capacala (1995) Ver: 0.63
small music glitches (comment on pouet.net)
Gustar/Camora (1996) Ver: 0.61
Great 64Kb intro with GUS music. Uses fakemode vga (3080 colors) and shows raytrace style rendering. (comment on pouet.net)
eden [explora2]/Bomb! (1997) Ver: 0.7
Some slowings (metaballs part) and crash at the city scene (comment on pouet.net)
Explora/Bomb! (1996) Ver: 0.7
Nice 3D worlds (comment on pouet.net)
State Of Mind/Bomb! (1998) Ver: 0.7
Can't get the music works correctly even with the demo switches... (comment on pouet.net)
Bleed/Bad Karma (1998) Ver: 0.65
(comment on pouet.net)
Fusion/Bad Karma (1998) Ver: 0.65
(comment on pouet.net)
Millennium Fever/Bad Karma (1999) Ver: 0.65
(comment on pouet.net)
Mind Control/Bad Karma (2000) Ver: 0.65
Full title "frankenstein communist government mind control" (comment on pouet.net)
Angeldust 2/Astroidea + Chrome (1997) Ver: 0.63
Could be slow but demo execution is perfect (comment on pouet.net)
Chapi Chapo/Aegis Corp. (1996) Ver: 0.63
Could have some sound bug (GUS only) at the beginning (comment on pouet.net)
Bugfixed/Acme (1994) Ver: 0.61
Runs like a charm :-) (comment on pouet.net)
paper/acme (1996) Ver: 0.61
64 Kb intro with GUS music. First time I saw this cool handdrawn 3d-style used. (comment on pouet.net)
Dead On Arrival/Acme (1994) Ver: 0.62
Everything looks good except for one little bug with the logo and triangle. Sound is a little crackly. (comment on pouet.net)
Big Deal/Acme (1995) Ver: 0.62
Kind of choppy between parts, but so was the original. (comment on pouet.net)


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