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1993 January 23

Claims to be the first demo to support the Gravis Ultrasound.

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.••• TWILIGHT ZONE •••. Presents The Jungly Kitchen Release Date : 25. Jan 1993 Welcome to another Twilight Zone production. Maybe you have seen this demo before, because some suckers spread a copy they got from The Party '92 in Denmark. It was very buggy, 1/2 finished and it didn't even work with SB. We told them not to spread the demo, and they should be so thoughtful that they didn't copy it to everyone. There were only one 2 groups who got our demo, and we know who the guilty one is. SUCKERS!! Anyway, I want everyone who saw that demo to forget it. Enough about that, and over to this real release : -------------------------------------------------- This time we have made something a bit special. And I don't think it's going to bore you :-). And guess what, we have support for the UltraSound!! The player is not finished, so the modules may sound a bit different/wrong. I did only get sound in one of my speakers with the greetings module. This is a very strange bug, because It doesn't happen with any other modules. Thanks to Joshua C. Jensen (Cyberstrike of Renaissance) for the GUS Routines, frequency table and volume table. This demo got a bit big, because the size of the modules together is about 750k unzipped. This was actually our contribution to the demo comp at The Party '92 in Denmark. We were a little bit short of time, so we did have time to test it with SoundBlaster, and of course it didn't work :-(((((( :-))) The bug was that Goldplay's Startplaying destroyed ES. Then the pointer to the Video memory was gone. (Future Crew : That's the reason why there were only music and no graphics :-)) I really liked the fact that our demo didn't work. Then we could make a finished demo, instead of releasing a 1/2 finished one. You can press escape to quit the Twilight Bobs, but it won't go on before the bob you're watching is finished. Hardware Requirements: ------------------------ Processor : 386 or better. 386-16 to 25 users will miss some features like: 386-16 : the rotating globe, swinging snake. 386-20 : swinging snake. 386-25 : swinging snake. We made it this way, so it won't look to slow on you PC's. The UltraSound version will give you all the features, even if your computer is slow. Graphics card : VGA only. Music Devices : Soundplayer(s), SoundBlaster (Pro), Speaker, Gravis UltraSound Free memory : Goldplay version : 565000 bytes UltraSound version : 480000 bytes This demo won't work on a 286, hehe. I know there are going to be someone who complains about this. Why make a demo for 286 when you can get it faster on a 386/486? And there are very few people who are watching demos on 286's. 8088 and 286's are history.... !! The UltraSound version will also run in protected mode !! The credits for this demo: -------------------------- Coding - The Bogeyman Graphics - Wonder Music - L.K.A and The Animal (The Twilight Bobs module in the UltraSound version is composed by The Animal of The Zoo < Your wish is my command :-)) Distribution - Jeki Music System - Goldplay v1.01s by The CodeBlasters, Hello Stein... Gusplay v0.015▀ by The Bogeyman Ok, enough crap from me. I hope you will like it. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- * The Members of Twilight Zone * The Bogeyman - Morten Eriksen > Main Coder & President Jeki - Jens Kr. Kirkeb› > Courier and some Coding Wonder - Markus Schille > Graphics Artist L.K.A. - Lars Kristian Aasbrenn > Music Composer * Twilight Zone distributors * Roodeen - Aaron Reading > Australia Wanna be a Twilight Zone distributor? We need one from each country/continent. The only thing you have to do is to work a little to spread our new releases in your country/continent. Contact Morten Eriksen if you are interested. We are also interested in BBS Distribution sites. ---------------------------- Commercial Presentations: ---------------------------- We can also do commercial presentations. Contact us for more information. ---------- Joining: ---------- If you are a good Graphics Artist, Coder (Assembler) or Musician why don't you join us. We need some more members. It would be best if you lived in Scandinavia. If your interested send us a piece of your work, and maybe you will be a Twilight Zone member. If not we will send you a letter so you won't be waiting until death. Everybody who writes will get an answer (It may take some time). NO LAMERS! --------------- Monty Python: --------------- If any of you have or know someone who has got Monty Python's Flying Circus series 1. The old series from 1969 in black & white, please contact us. The Bogeyman need them fast!! :-) ╔════════════════════════╗ ║ Twilight Zone Releases ║ ╠════════════════════════╩════════════════════════════════════════════════════╗ ║ Name: Category: Date: Zipname: Zip Size:║ ╠═════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════╣ ║ Techno Freak Demo 28. Jul 92 TZTECHNO.ZIP 230k ║ ║ Multi-Scope v1.0 SB Util 5. Aug 92 TZ_SCOPE.ZIP 5k ║ ║ Buttman - The Terminated Demo 27. Sep 92 TZBUTMAN.ZIP 538k ║ ║ Buttman - The Terminated v2 Demo 7. Nov 92 TZBUTTV2.ZIP 542k ║ ║ (commercial Demo) Demo 18. Dec 92 N/A N/A ║ ║ GUS Mixer v1.0 GUS Util 4. Jan 93 TZGUSMIX.ZIP 4k ║ ║ The Jungly Kitchen Demo 25. Jan 93 TZJUNGLY.ZIP 840k ║ ╚═════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════╝ /=- How to get in touch with us -=\ Contact Mail Adress: Morten Eriksen Kitteroedv. 16 1712 Graalum Norway Voice Phone: +47-(0)9-140088 (Ask for Morten) (Foreigners drop the zero (0)) Fax number: +47-(0)9-337195 (State reciever, because more people use this fax) Internet E-mail Adress : [email protected] Internet Support Site : FTP.UWP.EDU Polarnet (POL) Adress: Jens_Kr Kirkeb›@SSB Rime Adress: Send private mail to Jens-Kr. Kirkeboe in the CD-ROM conference. Route to: ->THCAVE BBS's: SoundServer: +47-(0)2-735373 300-14400bps USR HST DS V32 735374 300-14400bps USR HST DS V32bis 735375 300-14400bps USR HST DS V32bis 735376 300-14400bps USR HST DS V32bis Leave post to : Jens_Kr. Kirkeb›, or download our latest release. Bergen By Byte: +47-(0)5-324447 300-14400bps USR HST DS V32 Leave post to : Jeki -- End of file -
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