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1995 December 29

Emulating CAERO.EXE in DOSee.

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C A E R O ─────────────────────────────────── a Plant's one year celebration demo Sorry everybody we might have offended. We love You. ───────────────────── Caero took part in The Party 5 demo competition in Denmark. This time we were lucky - the demo won the whole competition. ───────────────────── Caero was not made in a hellish rush, but it sure interfered our studying. The engine took a half year to finish and the rest was done in two weeks. ───────────────────── The whole thing runs under Tran's PMode 2.5 and uses EMF's standard demo libraries, including the module player. If the demo seems slow on your machine, don't blame your hardware. It was made on 486/33, so below that it might be very ugly. The scenes are complex (more than 7000 polygons in the butterfly scene for example) and some of them have transparent objects and motion blur with colors. All the regular phong&bump stuff was ready, but not included as a protest to the common trend. ───────────────────── Production team Code ............ Mik Sair (vector engine, misc. code) Saracen (tools, keyframer, bitmap) Dune (bitmaps) Graphics ........ Beatnik Music ........... Dune Scenes .......... Saracen (Virusworld and Butterfly scene) Dune (Fishworld, Freaky Planet Scene with Lightbars and Glows and Scene Ruined with Static) Pmode ........... Tran ───────────────────── This demo is the one year tribute production for Plant. The whole thing started in late 1993 when Mik Sair was designing an intro for TP4. At some point there was need for a graphician and music. So Plant was formed Mik Sair as a coder, Beatnik as a graphician and Edge doing groovy tunes. A prefix Project was added, because none of us thought that we would feel like doing this stuff more than this one intro, Abraham. After Abraham there were changes - Project was removed from the name and Edge left with it. Right after Edge was retired Purple Motion joined. Then the whole fun started. First there was a friendly little production called Duck at Juhla in Iisalmi. Then we made Cyboman 3, the First Actual Parody Demo for Juhla 2½. Assembly was closing in so we wanted to make a demo. And for our first real demo we wanted to make something really groundbreaking. It was a few months of blood and sweat running in the forests and coast of Southern Finland filming Divine Booty. Unfortunately our favourite production was disqualified in the competition - probably because of it's perverse and obscene shots. For an excuse to attend the Scenario party and get drunk in the Lahti city we put up Groove Action. This was our last demo before Caero, our last demo. So we've made five productions altogether. Here are the authentic filenames so you can download them them all: FTJ&EROS.ZIP .. Abraham FTJ_DUCK.ZIP .. Duck FTJ_PIKA.ZIP .. Cyboman 3 - The Honeynut Loop FTJ_LOVE.ZIP .. Divine Booty FTJ_ACT.ZIP ... Groove Action FTJ_YMCA.ZIP .. Caero This year there might be less productions since I (Mik Sair) start my one year military service. However Dune might manage to put up some silly productions with Beatnik. Sincerely, Mik Sair ───────────────────── Our love goes out to Sonic, FTJ, Complex, Orange, We, FTJ Prods, FC, FTJ, Nooon, Jamm, CNCD, FTJ, VirtualDreams, Sonik Clique and the rest. ───────────────────── Contact us in a carwreck somewhere between Denmark and Finland or in case of commercial matters EMail: [email protected] (Mik Sair) [email protected] [email protected] (Beatnik) [email protected] (Dune) Mail: Niko Sipil„ (Beatnik) Ylihaakkointie 29 03100 Nummela Finland Lassi Nikko (Dune) Ruukkukuja 22 02770 Espoo Finland or in case of cheap commercial matters or EMF business by means of EMail: [email protected] WWW: http://mits.mdata.fi/~jpm/emf.html BBS: Genius BBS +358 21 430 5419 +358 21 430 5183 100% reply guaranteed to the ones with a nudephoto (of us).
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