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Badge Killer Demo Contest
(Bay Area Developers Group)

Entries downloadable as part of the Fish Disk (AmigaLibDisk) Public Domain Library Collection.

1988 Badge Killer Demo Contest

Fish Disk 112

BeachBirds ---- Beach scene using sprites and sound.

Jerrold Tunnell's entry to the Badge Killer Demo Contest. Uses sprites and sound to portray a beach scene. Runs on a 512K machine.

Author: Jerrold Tunnell
Download: /d1xx/d112/BeachBirds.lha


Bully ---- Pushes all open screens around.

Mike Meyer's entry for the Badge Killer Demo Contest. Pushes all open screens around (thus the name "bully"). Designed for showing off more than one demo at a time

Author: Mike Meyer
Download: /d1xx/d112/Bully.lha


HagenDemos ---- Entry from Badge Killer Demo contest.

Joel Hagen's Badge Killer Demo contest entries, "RGB" and "Focus". RGB was the overall winner of the contest. It requires a one meg Amiga to run.

Author: Joel Hagen
Download: /d1xx/d112/HagenDemos.lha


WaveBench ---- Neat screen hack.

This is Bryce Nesbitt's Badge Killer Demo Contest entry. It is a neat screen hack, and runs on 512K machines. For more laughs, try in conjunction with Viacom or Ds (Dropshadow).

Author: Bryce Nesbitt
Download: /d1xx/d112/WaveBench.lha


Fish Disk 114

WBLander ---- Entry from Badge Killer Demo contest.

This entry from the Badge Killer Demo Contest is a special version of the WBLander program from disk 100. The ending is unique. Also uses sound effectively.

Author: Peter da Silva and Karl Lehenbauer
Download: /d1xx/d114/WBLander.lha


Fish Disk 115

Killer ---- An incredible demo from BKD contest.

Killer is an incredible demo written by Robert Wilt. It won fourth place in the Badge Killer Demo Contest. Requires at least one meg of memory to run. Sound is also an important part of the demo so be sure to turn it up.

Author: Robert Wilt
Download: /d1xx/d115/Killer.lha


Marketroid ---- Entry from Badge Killer Demo contest.

Marketroid is Leo's entry for the Badge Killer Demo Contest. It is another devious sprite oriented demo with lots of "in" jokes. Runs on a 512K machine.

Author: Leo Schwab
Download: /d1xx/d115/Marketroid.lha


Fish Disk 116

Movies ---- A ram animation system.

A ram animation system with three different example animations; Kahnankas, Rocker, and F-15. Kahnankas won a close second in the Badge Killer Demo Contest. Both Kahnankas and Rocker run on a 512K Amiga and show off overscan HAM mode. Includes a animation player program (movie), animation builder programs (dilbm, pilbm), and a text/graphics display program (vilbm).

Author: Eric Graham
Ken Offer
Download: /d1xx/d116/Movies.lha


Fish Disk 118

HAMmmm ---- A demo from Badge Killer Demo contest.

This is Phil's entry for the Badge Killer Demo Contest. HAMmmm displays lines whose end points are bouncing around the screen, which is a double buffered HAM screen. The Y positions of the points are continuously copied into an audio waveform that is played on all four channels, and the pitch of a just intoned chord is derived from the average X position of these points.

Author: Phil Burk
Download: /d1xx/d118/HAMmmm.lha


Stars ---- Demo from Badge Killer Demo contest.

Hobie's entry for the Badge Killer Demo Contest. Based on original code by Leo Schwab, has credits longer than the actual demo. Runs on 512K Amiga.

Author: Hobie Orris
Download: /d1xx/d118/Stars.lha


WireDemo ---- Entry from Badge Killer Demo Contest.

Matt's entry for the Badge Killer Demo Contest. Demonstrates the Amiga's line drawing speed. Runs on a 512K Amiga.

Author: Matt Dillon
Download: /d1xx/d118/WireDemo.lha


Fish Disk 123

Car ---- Animation from Badge Killer Demo Contest

This animation is one of Allen's entries to the Badge Killer Demo Contest. It apparently is an inside joke relating to a well known Amigan's experience with a certain highend graphics hardware manufacturer.

Author: Allen Hastings
Download: /d1xx/d123/Car.lha


Fish Disk 125

ElGato ---- Animation from Badge Killer Demo Contest

This animation is Kevin's entry to the Badge Killer Demo Contest. It also has a background music arrangement, that requires Sonix to use.

Author: Kevin Sullivan
Download: /d1xx/d125/ElGato.lha


Fish Disk 126

Dance ---- Dancing polygons demo.

These two programs, "dancing polygons", are John's entry to the Badge Killer Demo Contest. They are variations of one another, but demonstrate the range of colors available on the Amiga.

Author: John Olsen
Download: /d1xx/d126/Dance.lha


HBHill ---- Animation using "Extra Half Brite" mode.

This animation is one of Kevin's entries to the Badge Killer Demo Contest. It is the first known animation that makes use of the Amiga's "Extra Half Brite" mode.

Author: Kevin Sullivan
Download: /d1xx/d126/HBHill.lha


OnlyAmiga ---- Animation of balls being juggled.

This animation is Iqbal's entry to the Badge Killer Demo Contest. It consists of three balls being juggled by pyramids rotating on their tops.

Author: Iqbal Singh Hans
Download: /d1xx/d126/OnlyAmiga.lha


Fish Disk 127

Bounce ---- Demo of boucing dots that reproduce.

This program is Steve and Tom's entry for the Badge Killer Demo Contest. It creates little dots that bounce around and multiply.

Author: Steve Hansel
Tom Hansel
Download: /d1xx/d127/Bounce.lha


Nemesis ---- Demo from Badge Killer Demo Contest.

This demo is Mark's entry to the Badge Killer Demo Contest. It is quite small for what it does, and won fifth place in the contest.

Author: Mark Riley
Download: /d1xx/d127/Nemesis.lha


Ripples ---- Animation from Badge Killer Demo Contest

This animation is one of Allen Hastings' entries to the Badge Killer Demo Contest. Unlike most other animations, it shows a fixed object from a moving point of view, rather than a moving object from a fixed point of view.

Author: Allen Hastings
Download: /d1xx/d127/Ripples.lha


Fish Disk 198

Charon ---- Demo from Badge Killer Demo Contest.

Charon is Bradley's entry for the First Annual Badge Killer Demo Contest. The text of the demo was written by Lord Dunsany (long before the Amiga). Bradley created the illustrations and animation. The sound track is a traditional Scottish tune "The Arran Boat".

Author: Lord Dunsany (1915)
Bradley Schenck (1988)
Download: /d1xx/d198/Charon.lha


Fish Disk 200

NotBoingAgain 1.0 Animation by Dr Gandalf

Dr Gandalf's entry in the First BADGE Killer Demo Contest. This is a ray traced anim done with Sculpt 3D, with integrated sound.

Author: Eric J Fleischer, MD (Dr Gandalf)
Download: /d2xx/d200/NotBoingAgain.lha


Tank ---- Animation of a "fishtank simulator".

This is Vincent's entry for the First Annual Badge Killer Demo Contest. It is an animation of a "fishtank simulator", with sound effects and a cute twist.

Author: Vincent H Lee
Download: /d2xx/d200/Tank.lha


Fish Disk 207

Coyote ---- Very cute and large animation.

Gene's entry to the 1988 Badge Killer Demo contest. A very cute (and large) animation. Requires about 1900 blocks of disk space, so it is distributed in "arc format".

Author: Gene Brawn
Download: /d2xx/d207/Coyote.lha


Fish Disk 208

AsteroidField ---- Animation of spacecraft & asteriod field

This is Michael's entry for the 1988 Badge Killer Demo Contest. It is a large animation of a spacecraft flying madly through an asteroid field (chased by unseen foes) that includes a couple of near misses.

Author: Michael Powell
Download: /d2xx/d208/AsteroidField.lha


Fish Disk 209

Bowl ---- Animation of colored balls over bowl.

This is Vern's entry for the 1988 Badge Killer Demo Contest. It is a Sculpt-Animate animation that shows three colored balls flying in circles above a mirrored bowl. Rendering the animation took about 2 weeks. Distributed in zoo format because of its size (zoo program included for easy unpacking).

Author: Vern Staats
Download: /d2xx/d209/Bowl.lha


Fish Disk 210

NuHand ---- Animation of fingernails on desktop.

An animation of a hand with fingernails scrapeing on a desktop, including sound effects. This is Bryan's entry for the 1988 Badge Killer Demo Contest.

Author: Bryan Carey Gallivan
Download: /d2xx/d210/NuHand.lha


Fish Disk 211

AmigaWave ---- Animation with sound effects.

This is Allen's entry to the 1988 Badge Killer Demo Contest. It is an animation with sound effects.

Author: Allen Hastings
Download: /d2xx/d211/AmigaWave.lha


Fish Disk 212

Alice ---- Animation from Badge Killer Demo Contest

This animation is Carey's entry to the 1988 Badge Killer Demo Contest.

Author: Carey T Pelto
Download: /d2xx/d212/Alice.lha


DogsWorld ---- Animation from Badge Killer Demo Contest

This animation is Charles' entry to the 1988 Badge Killer Demo Contest.

Author: Charles Voner
Download: /d2xx/d212/DogsWorld.lha


Fish Disk 213

Cucug ---- Animation from Badge Killer Demo Contest

This animation of the Champaign-Urbana Commodore Users Group logo was submitted to the 1988 Badge Killer Demo Contest by Ed Serbe.

Author: Ed Serbe
Download: /d2xx/d213/Cucug.lha





1989 Badge Killer Demo Contest


Fish Disk 263

Sentinel ---- A large raytraced animation, 70 frames.

A large ray-traced animation created with Turbo Silver SV, Deluxe Photolab, Deluxe Paint III, and the Director. It consists of approximately 60 to 70 frames of animation, rendered during a period of about three and a half weeks. This is Bradley Schenck's entry to the 1989 BADGE Killer Demo contest, and won first place in the contest. Because of its size, it has been split across two disks. The rest of the files are on disk 264.

Author: Bradley Schenck
Download: /d2xx/d263/Sentinel.lha


Fish Disk 264

Sentinel ---- A large raytraced animation, 70 frames.

A large ray-traced animation. This is Bradley Schenck's entry to the 1989 BADGE Killer Demo contest, and won first place in the contest. Because of its size, it has been split across two disks. The rest of the files are on disk 263.

Author: Bradley Schenck
Download: /d2xx/d264/Sentinel.lha


Fish Disk 265

VAUX-Killer ---- A very funny and large animation.

A very funny animation which won 2nd place in the 1989 BADGE Killer Demo Contest. Because of its size, the demo is split across two disks. The other files are on disk 266.

Author: Roger Curren
Download: /d2xx/d265/VAUX-Killer.lha


Fish Disk 266

VAUX-Killer ---- A very funny and large animation.

A very funny animation which won 2nd place in the 1989 BADGE Killer Demo Contest. Because of its size, the demo is split across two disks. The other files are on disk 265.

Author: Roger Curren
Download: /d2xx/d266/VAUX-Killer.lha


Fish Disk 268

Doctor_A ---- Animation, "Amiguy" on basketball court.

This animation of Amiguy on the basketball court is Marvin's entry to the 1989 BADGE Killer Demo Contest.

Author: Marvin Landis
Download: /d2xx/d268/Doctor_A.lha


Klide ---- Line art demo of up to 15,000 lines/sec.

This line art demo is Jerry's entry to the 1989 BADGE Killer Demo Contest, where it won 4th place. Klide uses line mode blitter code which is capable of rendering short vectors at a rate up to 15,000 lines/second.

Author: Jerry Kallaus
Download: /d2xx/d268/Klide.lha


OnlyAmiga ---- Demo of sound, multitasking, HAM, & more

This demo is Rob's entry to the 1989 BADGE Killer Demo Contest, where it won 9th place. It demonstrates sound, multitasking, HAM color, the blitter, and more.

Author: Rob Peck
Download: /d2xx/d268/OnlyAmiga.lha


Fish Disk 269

RadBoogie ---- Demo of blitter, sprites, copper, & more

This demo, which won 7th place in the 1989 BADGE Killer Demo Contest, uses almost all features of the Amiga extensively, including the copper, blitter, sprite hardware, 68000 machine language, and preemptive prioritized multitasking.

Author: Dave Quick
Mark Riley
Tomas Rokicki
Download: /d2xx/d269/RadBoogie.lha


Fish Disk 270

TooMuch3D ---- Animation from Badge Killer Demo Contest

This animation is Jim's entry to the 1989 BADGE Killer Demo Contest, where it won 10th place. It is a warning to those of you who spend too much time in front of your computer monitors.

Author: Jim Robinson
Download: /d2xx/d270/TooMuch3D.lha


Fish Disk 271

CPUStandoff ---- Animation of "computer wars".

This cute "computer wars" animation is Bob's entry to the 1989 BADGE Killer Demo Contest. Lots of visual jokes in this one.

Author: Bob Janousek
Download: /d2xx/d271/CPUStandoff.lha


LaserBoing ---- Raytraced Amiga Boing animation & sound.

This ray-traced animation with sound is Mike's entry to the 1989 BADGE Killer Demo Contest. This "Amiga Boing" ball is just loaded with energy!

Author: Mike van der Sommen
Download: /d2xx/d271/LaserBoing.lha


Fish Disk 272

Balloon ---- 1989 BADGE Killer Demo Contest entry.

Dave's entry in the 1989 BADGE Killer Demo Contest.

Author: Dave Schreiber
Download: /d2xx/d272/Balloon.lha


Spigot 1.0 Animation by Dr Gandalf

Dr Gandalf's entry in the Second BADGE Killer Demo Contest. This is a ray traced anim done with Turbo Silver SV, with integrated sound.

Author: Eric J Fleischer, MD (Dr Gandalf)
Download: /d2xx/d272/Spigot.lha


Fish Disk 276

Blit ---- Animation with mixed hi-res/lo-res.

This animation is Richard's entry to the 1989 BADGE Killer Demo Contest. An interesting feature of this animation is that it uses the Copper to show the lower right corner of the screen in Hi-Res, while leaving the rest of the screen in Lo-Res.

Author: Richard Addison
Download: /d2xx/d276/Blit.lha