The Real KrazyK wrote:Hi ppl,
Does anyone have the Stosser Megademo or know where I can get it from as i've searched the entire web (seems like it anyway) and cannot find it anywhere
It was a 2 disk demo that was created by the regulars from the Stosser diskmag back in '94. I belive that Martin Cubitt collated it and distributed it to the regulars.
I was one of the contributers to that demo and still have my old code but alas - have lost the disks.
Also, if anyone know the whereabouts of Martin Cubitt, Tony Greenwood, Deano, Darran Taplin, Martin Milner, Bob Goodfellow, and the rest of the stosser crew then please contact me as it would be great to here from them again.
Completely forgot about the Stosser demo,must be nearly 10 years ago now.Still have my St though its not been used in years. I recently downloaded STeem and am very impressed at how well it handles the demos.
I still live in the south east of England and am a frustrated demo programmer,the PC is not like the ol St,it may had flashy gfx and sounds but there is something missing.
would also love to hear from fellow stossers
TonyG wrote:Well I am still alive.. I started STOSSER diskzine around 1992.. I wont go on.. All well documented
I never liked the STOSSER Demo .. I contributed to the demo... The opening screen to STOSSER 5 iirc but STOS was never for DEMOs and I still think it was a bad idea...
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