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release date : january 1987
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added on the 2001-01-17 23:12:09 by PigPen PigPen

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May look boring in 2005.

But 1987 it was a very special release by Florasoft Worldwide in an Amiga world of:
Bitstoppers, Guru Master, Star Frontiers, Sodan, H.Q.C. ...

It showed the power of 7,16MhZ. ;)
Nearly all effects done on Amiga back then, were done for the first time.

They are also true C64 legends from the very beginning.
On C64 they called themselves sometimes:
Florasoft Unisepic Cracking Duo.
Just to badger reset-crackers. :)

AnTiTraX 2010 (ex. Plutonium Crackers 2001) greet Florasoft!
rulez added on the 2005-07-08 01:23:54 by ALiEN^bf ALiEN^bf
As i recall this was the first 3d stuff to ever use blitter to draw lines and it was the fastest one by far, it did set the ground for many 3d routines that came afterwards (this one has been HEAVILY disassembled).
rulez added on the 2005-07-08 01:37:07 by hitchhikr hitchhikr
Hmm... What a nice classic. Thanks to Pigpen for adding.
rulez added on the 2005-12-11 17:10:25 by Midfit Midfit
rulez added on the 2006-09-12 17:23:47 by Buckethead Buckethead
I see this as an individual's PD demo, since it lacks the environment of a US demoscene at the time and further releases. Is that correct?
added on the 2014-10-11 21:25:43 by Photon Photon
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rulez added on the 2014-10-11 21:26:13 by Photon Photon
Just to clarify some things:

Flora Soft is not US it is german. We (the first duo) did some cracks on C64 and after swapping some disks, we found out, that other crackers/groups had a name and intro. After a night of cracking, we had breakfast with "Flora soft margarine" on the table. That's how we got a name.

One of the last cracks I can remember is "Suicide Express" with one of the first real intro's from FSW. It was '85 and the time where I "left" FSW. So everything after '85 comes from the second duo.

In 86/87 is was in the Navy and my ex-partner (H.) at FSW bought an Amiga 1000. The cracking scene had changed into a intro scene (not my business any more).

H. called me in '86 to have some fun with 68000 assembler and some hardware hacks. It took us 2 days and nights to understand the "AMIGA Hardware Reference Manual" and here "Chapter 6 BLITTER HARDWARE".

The first 3D BLITTER demo from FSW is not the one you show. It was a cube with the letters F S W on the sides. I'm not sure, if the color of the first demo was green....

rulez added on the 2014-12-25 12:12:38 by esszett esszett
Nice classic.
rulez added on the 2019-02-02 02:56:20 by mccnex mccnex

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