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News   News : Amiga Demo Scene Archives Updated
   posted by _Steve_ on 20-Aug-2003 9:49:53 (1418 reads)
Amiga Demoscene Archive (A.D.A.) updated. There are now charts for Demo, Intro 4k, Intro64k Slideshow and Musicdisk.

Futhermore there are now screenshots of the legendary discmag Grapevine by the british LSD group and of the demo "Chronic" by Passion, winner of the Sealand Party 1996.

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Re: Amiga Demo Scene Archives Updated
Posted on 20-Aug-2003 15:22:55
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Nice job


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