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Black Glass. by Renaissance

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Hold out for the amusing short-sited rant by Tran over the possible death of the PC games market if Microsoft Windows or IBM's OS-2 succeed in the marketplace.
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  • RBGDEMO.DOC
  • RBGDEMO.EXE
  • REN-92.NFO

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[+] Configuration Select all
             -=- "Black Glass" Vector Demo - Renaissance 4/09/92 -=-
             -=- Demo Coded By Tran ■ Awesome Music By C.C.Catch -=-
Requirements:

      - 386 Processor Or Better
      - VGA Graphics
      - SoundBlaster/SoundBlaster Pro (Optional)

IMPORTANT!! - You Must NOT Have Any Expanded/Extended Memory Managers Loaded
              In Order To Run This Demo. This includes QEMM, EMM386, 386^MAX,
              and HIMEM. This is not bad coding, this is due to the fact that
              only one program can take hold of 386 32-bit Protected mode at
              one time. If you have some sort of a Memory Manager loaded, you
              will get the message "SYSTEM ALREADY IN V86 MODE!!!". In this
              case, make yourself a bootup disk, and boot off that before
              running the demo. I know this is a pain in the ass, but it is
              DEFINITELY worth it!

      Check Out REN-92.NFO for information about Renaissance.... Later.

                                                -- Daredevil
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