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Internet News   Internet News : Amiga Demoscene Archive: Symphony Party update
   posted by z5 on 13-Jul-2003 19:32:28 (1196 reads)
The symphony party was held on 4-6 July 2003 in Poland. On A.D.A., the top 3 demos from that party were added:

- 1st place: By Night / Encore (PPC demo, also Pegasos and MorphOS)
- 2nd place: My definition in blue / Scarab (68k demo)
- 3rd place: Blind Visions / Appendix (68k slideshow)

Extra screens were added on some productions aswell. In total there are now 281 demos and 2725 screenshots.
    

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