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This weekend a demo party took place in Skövde, Sweden. The party is called GERP and is mainly aimed at the Amiga, but a few other platforms are represented as well.
The Amiga demo competition featured a total of 11 contributions, including one chip-pack (Digital Chips). There was also a music-disk for Amiga AGA in the Wild Demo competition, namely Feedback 9 by Void.
You can find information about the different releases at Demozoo by following this link:
Focus Design won the Amiga demo competition with the demo 1992, Nature came second with Bayeu, while Pac!f!c ranked 3rd with Koobz2.
Streams from the party can be viewed here:
Here are a few videos of some of the Amiga stuff released there:
Hope you enjoyed the videos. 🙂 Not all demos are available for download yet, but should probably be available soon.
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