Amiga Demo Scene II

Amiga Demo Scene II

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A huge database with the best Amiga demos from back in the days + new ones aswell. All ready to be streamed directly to your smartphone/tablet OR to your XBMC / KODI box and TV.

Program to use when loading the demos from your android device to your XBMC / KODI box:

Yatse, the XBMC / KODI Remote
Works perfectly. I use this myself. (Remember first to set up XBMC / KODI and Yatse if you want to use it with this app)

The application database is not yet completed with all Amiga demos ever released but I promise you I will update and improve the application as much as possible.

Big credits to those who contributed to the Amiga Demo Scene back in the days and not least to those who still does!

Recently changed in this version

v2.27
Added Revision 2014 & 2015 demos to the database

v2.26
Removed the retro cloth shop.

v2.25
Trying transparent on buttons again.

v2.24
Minor UI changes.

* 250 Amiga Demos (and increasing)
* Demo Group & Demo Title Sorting
* Demo Party Competition Sorting
* Menu with this years releases
* All voted 4 and more from ADA
* Top 50 OCS 'Thumbs up' from Pouet
* and a lot more

Have fun!


Comments and ratings for Amiga Demo Scene II
  • (69 stars)

    by a waheed on 07/02/2015

    I remember the amiga 500 scene way back in the late 1980s, where the demos really showed the full graphics capabilities of this great machine. Not to mention the SID music processor, pumping out those great tunes, like in the games Xenon 2, turrican, etc.

  • (69 stars)

    by Benny Fagerheim on 21/10/2014

    Awesome

  • (69 stars)

    by Pete Tinsley on 31/08/2014

    Great collection. Thank you.

  • (69 stars)

    by Paul Ninnes on 12/08/2014

    These demos really showed what the amiga was capable of, the machine was way ahead of the pc at the time.

  • (69 stars)

    by Andrew Cruickshank on 09/08/2014

    Didnt know there were recent demos for the Amiga. Some of the old ones are still great to watch. I know they look dated now, but we have to keep reminding ourselves these computers ran at 8mhz, with 512k of ram and often just a floppy disk. I was/am lucky to have an Amiga4000. Why though do most of the demos seem apocalyptic, grey, sad or angry about something?

  • (69 stars)

    by Darren Gurney on 21/04/2014

    so you're just linking demos on youtube?

  • (69 stars)

    by Chris Williams on 30/01/2014

    Misleading

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