your demos? you did some coding on the C64? I'll have to point you at
some of my own stuff :)
The VIP2 demo mentioned on that page is amazing.. win32 only though :|
I was thinking, if I wanted to get back into coding demos, I'll probably
do it using Java, it's cross-platform. It sucks a lot on Linux a bit,
but you don't have to worry about someone having the proper version of
SDL or some sound library. I'm saying this not knowing anything much
about Java, so I might be living in blissfull ignorance!
And besides, I don't like the thought of having to manage memory in C..
growing soft in my PHP/Perl-old age *grin*
Or I could fire up Vice, get an assembler and try my hand at 6502
assembly again! Now that's enticing..
Justin Mason wrote:
>> Quite OT, I'm afraid, but Donncha in particular would be interested in
> this... ;)
>> Check out http://www.gamasutra.com/features/20010216/scheib_01.htm --
> great article on the demo scene, with history and links to a few classics.
> The author is planning to get a BOF-style session set up at SIGGRAPH;
>> --j. (still searching for a copy of my old C64 demos :( )
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