Cascade Amiga DemosHere you will find many of the Cascade Amiga demos, that made the group famous on Amiga between 1988 the 1991.
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This is the second Megademo for Cascade from the Danish Division. Though it contains mainly parts made by members from Denmark, there is also a little contact part included, which was made by members from the Dutch division. Please note, that the danish guys used their own numbering for their megademos, that's why there are two Megademos 2...Cascaders involved in this production:
|Whee||- Code + Graphics + Text|
|Jeffrey||- Code + Music|
|The President||- Code|
|Acep 219||- Music|
This nice demo, done by the Cascaders Sweden, contains two parts, that were supposed to be in megademo but released separately after the megademo was canceled.Cascaders involved in this production:
|Aquila||- Code + Text|
|Lester||- Grafix + Text|
This fantastic production was once again made by da Cascade dudes from Sweden. Electrica is a stunning music collection with 8 cool tunes by Skimmer, featuring furthermore excellent gfx and solid codework...
This nice, little contact demo was made by division from Holland. The demo name itself is unconfirmed. It's also stated, that this demo was made by using the RSI Demomaker.
Chipset: OCS (Slow Ram worked for me)
|Jeffrey||- Code + Graphics|
|The President||- Code + Graphics|
This Intro was done by the guys from Cascade Germany, to announce the new American Section and the US BBS. This demo was released on the Piranhas Copy Party and it was done by "Touchdown", a subgroup of Cascade.
The name of this production is unconfirmed...
|Bimbo [Touchdown]||- Code|
|Atlantic [Touchdown]||- Code|
In this demo Dynax and Ultra announce that they start to code a game. Would be interesting to know, if this ever was finished... Music in this production was made by Static/Rebels, font by Terminator/Tristar.Cascaders involved in this production:
|Dynax||- Code + Text|
|Ultra||- Graphics + Text|
This little music selector was made in corporation of the Cascade sections from Belgium and France, namely by the Cascaders Titania and Targets. It's (yet) unknown though who did what. Release date is also unconfirmed...Cascaders involved in this production:
This production is a collection of demo parts, that were supposed to be linked into a megademo, which was cancelled in the end. All parts were coded by Crackline/Dynax, with some of the graphics made by Skatemaster. Musics and some of the fonts are from various (non-Cascade) artists. Release year is guessed. Besides there is an according directory stamp, it is mentioned in one of the parts that this should have been the third megademo, so it should probably have been the successor of "Megademo 2" from Distance (see below), which was made in the very end of 1988. In the part "Defect Radio" the scroller stalls after a short while, so the part might be damaged.Cascaders involved in this production:
This one part demo is a little mocking production against an Amiga scener, that obviously invoked some hate on himself :-) The demo might have been part of series, done by an anti coalition with the acronym 'RLKC' (which applies to the targeted scener's name). Music by Roly (Level 4 / Freedom Force).Cascaders involved in this production:
Eye candy demo, which was made by Mathemagician, Embeepee and Sleepy Sleep. Copyright in the info screen reads 'Visual Mathematics International', but this demo is listed under Cascade flag, simply because the scrolltext in the main part contains solely informations, links and credits pointing to Cascade (given contact address, for example, and the font was drawn by Sleepy Sleep of Cascade). So this production presumably was already in the making when Mathemagician and Embeepee joined Cascade Denmark, which would make it their very first Cascade release. Maybe one of the involved persons can shed some light into issue, someday...
Chipset: OCS/ECS - please take Kickstart Rom 1.x. I had some problems with Kickstart 2 (Recoverable Alert).
|Sleepy Sleep||- Font|
This megademo is the first demo for Cascade by Distance after joining and I (Zeldin) must say it's an impressive debut! Distance did a great job, coding all these nice parts and effects!
A Short word about the numbering of this megademo: This demo here is in some parts labeled as "Megademo 1" and in other parts as "Megademo 2". Truth is, that this is infact the second megademo of Cascade, because there's another megademo which is done before this one and labeled as V1.0 (also named "Fanatic"). This V1.0 version was made by Bruce & Bongo and Crackline between Sept. and Dec. 1988. I own only a bugged version, which I am not able to upload (yet). Funny enough, there also exists another "Megademo Two" (made by the members in Netherlands... scroll up to see), which in that manner should have been called "Megademo 3"... are you confused now? I hope so :-)
|Distance||- Code + Graphic|
|Bruce||- Music (intro sample)|
|Bongo||- Music (intro sample)|
This music collection was (presumably) entirely made by Constrictor (with an intro coded by Bruce and Bongo, that you can load separately here). The handling of this music disk is a bit fiddly. Selecting a tune is done with pressing the according letter. To play the next music, you first have to stop the tune with left mouse button. But don't move the mouse pointer while doing this, because then the loader will stall. Also it's to mention, that the musics 'F' and 'M' are sadly broken due to a disk error. Hopefully a 100% version will be found someday. Musics in this production were done by Axk, George, Karsten Obarski, Mib, Pat, TSM, SLL and some unknown composers.Cascaders involved in this production:
|Constrictor||- Code + Graphics + Text|
|Bruce||- Code + Text|
|Bongo||- Code + Text|
I don't know much about this release. The scrolltext is stating that it is an import by Cascade USA and Canada. Afaik the slideshow itself was part of Deluxe Paint 2 (as show case for the program's abilities). Presumably the whole thing was imported to Europe and then linked with an Cascade intro by Simon and Ronny.Cascaders involved in this production:
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