Previously on The Retroist, I wrote about my love of the Amiga mega demo, and specifically about one particular demo – The Kefrens’s Desert Dream. That demo was a defining moment in the life of my Amiga 500, but it wasn’t the demo that introduced me to the demo scene world.
The first demo that really rocked my world was State of the Art by Spaceballs in 1992:
Compared to other demos at the time, this was a bit of a one-trick pony, but when that trick looked and sounded so good, it was little wonder that it won the competition that it was entered into.
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