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--High Anxiety feat. WinQube--
Released August 08, 1995 at Assembly '95
ranked #11 in the Demo-Competition

1414 kb
 

--Release Description--

High Anxiety was released at Assembly 1995 held in Helsinki, Finland. The demo was completed 30 minutes before the actual competition took place, but as always, we managed to release it. Think it was ranked #8 or #11. I'm not sure because there was this super great demo by Zymosis called 'WC goes WC' which came one place above us. Judge for yourself!
 

--Credits--

Main CodeDexter
Techno Tunnel, Water & Motion Blur, Anim ReplayerMoon
Music, Design, Objects, Raytracing, WinQubePink
GraphicsToxic

 

--Screenshots--

Intro Animation Rotzoomer with water and motion blur Space Picture by Toxic Shit-Shading Spikey Ball Generic Abyss Upward-Scroller plus Convolve effect WinQube (Bonus)
[1] - Intro Animation
[2] - Rotzoomer with water and motion blur
[3] - Space Picture by Toxic
[4] - Shit-Shading Spikey Ball
[5] - Generic Abyss Upward-Scroller plus Convolve effect
[6] - WinQube (Bonus)
 

--Gallery--

Browse the gallery for High Anxiety feat. WinQube (2 images)
 

--Production Description--

High Anxiety was specially designed for the demo competition as the rule was not to use any fast memory. That's why it works on a standard A1200 with harddisk. The vector engine was a predecessor to flOOve used in Vertigo and coded by Dexter. It's incredibly slow due to direct chipmem access. Moon's water and motion blur effect looks best on fast machines like 68030/50MHz as they're fully one-framed and look quite cool. The intro part is also very impressing due to Pink's fabulous atmospheric musics and his rendered animation. Yes! It's rendered and not realtime (for all who thought this way before).

High Anxiety comes with a special bonus program: Winqube by Pink. This is a filled vector cube demo on the Workbench. You can run it multiple times to get your whole workbench full of Qubes.
 

--System Requirements--

 RequiredRecommended
CPU68020/14MHz68030/50MHz
Memory2MB Chip1MB Fast
ChipsetAGA--
HD1.6MB--
Crashes68040: loader crashes

 

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