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1994 August 26

Emulating VERSES.EXE in DOSee.

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Gravis Ultrasound (GUS) audio settings, port 240 IRQ 5 DMA 1

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MS-DOS (Microsoft DOS) was the primary operating system used by PCs during the 1980s to the early 1990s and is the precursor to Microsoft Windows.

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╓─────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────╖ ║ ╓┬──┐╓┐ ╓┬ ╓┬ ╓┬ ║ ║ ║├─ ║│╓┬──┐╓┬──┐║├─ ╓┬──┐╓┬──┐╓┬╥─┐╓┬──┐║├─ ╓┐║│ ╓┬──┐ ║ ║ ║│ ║│║├──┘║│ ║│ ║│ ║│ │║│ │║│ │║│ ║│║│ │║├──┘ ║ ║ ╙┴──┘╙┴╙┴──┘╙┴──┘╙┴──╜╙┴ ╙┴──┘╙┴ └╙┴──┘╙┴──┘╙┴╙┴──┘╙┴──┘ ║ ║ ╓┬──┐ ║ ║ ║├─ ╓┬──┐╓┬──┐╓┬──┐╓┬──┐ ║ ║ ║│ ║│ │║│ ║│ ║├──┘ info file, dated 26 Apr 1995 ║ ║ ╙┴ ╙┴──┘╙┴ ╙┴──┘╙┴──┘ ║ ╙─────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────╜ Contents ───────────────────────────────────────── [1] │ Members ──────┼────────────────────────────────── [2] │ To get in touch with us ──────┼────────────────────────────────── [3] │ Productions so far ──────┼────────────────────────────────── [4] │ A brief history ──────┼────────────────────────────────── [5] │ Distribution sites ───────────────────────────────────────── ═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════ [1] Members ─────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── REAL NAME │ HANDLE │ BORN │ OCCUPATION ────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── Tomi Aarnio │ Devastator │ 1974 │ code, bbs Rami Koivunen │ Druid │ 1974 │ utils Teemu Valtonen │ Saracen │ 1975 │ code, gfx Mikko Saarinen │ Whalebone │ 1974 │ music, gfx Jani V„is„nen │ Vortex │ 1974 │ misc Jani Mattsson │ Saint │ 1976 │ code Jani Lehmuskoski │ The Grim Reaper │ 1976 │ code Sam Laur │ Daemon │ 1974 │ code Kalle Kaivola │ Edge │ 1975 │ music Simo Paakkanen │ Prism │ 1978 │ music Niko Sipil„ │ NiK │ 1977 │ gfx ═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════ [2] To get in touch with us ─────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── email: [email protected] (preferred) www: http://mits.mdata.fi/~jpm/emf.html fax: +358 21 253 8026 (at Saint's place) bbs: +358 21 430 5419 +358 21 430 5183 mail: Saint/EMF Jani Mattsson Valkiaisvuorenkatu 26 FIN-20360 TURKU Finland ═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════ [3] Productions so far ─────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── 06 Oct 91 · Emfintro ········· Our first intro ····· EMFINTRO.EXE ··· 70k 25 Apr 92 · Delirium ········· Our second intro ···· DELIRIUM.EXE ·· 115k 26 Jul 92 · Internal Damage ·· Asm92 compo demo ···· EMF_ID.ZIP ···· 150k 07 Feb 93 · PowerPlayer ······ Tiny SB mod player ·· PP13.ZIP ······· 30k 01 Aug 93 · Eclipse ·········· Asm93 winner intro ·· EMF_ECL.ZIP ···· 75k 17 Aug 94 · Verses ··········· Asm94 winner demo ··· EMF_VRS.ZIP ··· 500k 26 Apr 95 · Verses Rev. II ··· SB/Pentium bugfix ··· EMF_VRS2.ZIP ·· 500k ═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════ [4] A brief history ─────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── / 1991 / Jan: The group was formed by Devastator, Dr. Lizard, Druid and Skyrider. Oct: First production, EMFintro, was released. / 1992 / Apr: Second production, Delirium, was released. Jul: Saracen, previously of Vision Blasters, joined as a coder. Jul: Internal Damage was released at Assembly'92. / 1993 / Feb: PP v1.3, the most accurate player at the time, was released. Apr: Dr. Lizard left due to a lack of interest. Apr: Whalebone, previously of Black Robes, joined as a musician. Jul: Saint, Vortex, TGR, Dominic and Daemon joined from Altair. Aug: Our intro, Eclipse, won the intro competition at Assembly'93. Dec: Dominic left due to a lack of interest. / 1994 / Mar: Skyrider left due to the military service. Aug: Our demo, Verses, won the demo competition at Assembly'94. Aug: Edge and Prism, previously of Unexpected, joined as musicians. Nov: NiK, previously of Sonic PC, joined as a graphician. / 1995 / Apr: Verses rev. II, a Pentium/SB bugfix, was released. ═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════ [5] Distribution sites ─────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── We have decided to drop all our distribution sites. We feel that the concept of a distribution site has lost its meaning altogether: the relationship between a group and a BBS usually benefits neither. Back in the old days, a board used to be a site for only one or two groups, and a group only had a few sites, which they actually called every now and then to upload their new releases. Also the sysops used to call the WHQ to grab the new stuff. Back then the Internet was unheard-of: modem trading and distribution sites actually had an important use! Nowadays there's no need to call around the globe to get new demos - if you don't have access to ftp, then you at least know someone from your area who does. Furthermore, we think that all demos that aren't complete crap will get circulated well enough even without specific distribution sites. Most boards get all released productions anyway. There are numerous good reasons against having distros, but the most important for us is the fact that the status of a distribution site has practically *no meaning whatsoever* to a sysop. Most of the demo oriented boards today are sites for dozens of different groups; it's obvious that the contact between the sysop and the groups is minimal, often non-existent. Hell, the sysops don't even bother to tell when their board goes down for good! A group has no way to control if their 50+ sites are even working, not to mention keeping track of changing phone numbers, modem speeds, etc. In short, their distro list will soon be outdated and of no use to anyone. To keep the list up-to-date someone needs to spend a lot of his time and money. This, along with the unbearable amount of distro applications, is the main reason why we decided to forget the whole thing. Shortly put: it's too much work for almost nothing! ═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════ ───────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────
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