The Charts (1989-1992)The saga of the Charts lasted about two years.
The first ChartsThe first charts, were made by the first members of NeXT (Zae, Stwars and Pulsar), around 1989 ...
The following were performed each time by different people, and it is on this occasion that the group grows to accommodate the members of what would become the "Angevin section": FFT, Mit and me (Dbug).
The first charts have made the NeXT group known. They came from the fertile imagination of Zae (he has not changed), Stwars and Pulsar. As well as Fury of "The Replicants".
| CRACKERS TOP FIVE || DEMOS TOP FIVE|
| COMPACTS TOP FIVE || INTROS TOP FIVE|
| MUSICANS TOP FIVE || GFX MEN TOP FIVE|
| GAMES TOP FIVE|
The second ChartsThe charts 2, it is above all the ticket of entry of the Angevine section for the scene of the demo.
The code is not fabulous but everything has been done in record time, like all the charts elsewhere ... When moral rectitude is another problem!
The intro (the logo in vector balls) was made by Dbug and Pulsar, with a music of Mad Max (that of the game Atomix).
The charts themselves were made by Mit and Pulsar. When the Fucking screen (yes, we were young!) And the Sound Demo, it was the result of a cooperation between Lap, FFT, Pulsar and Dbug.
It was also on this occasion that we had our first contact with Lap.
After the ranking, you will find some of the scroll texts of the charts, which allow to understand the urgency in which all this has been coded!
On the other hand, Sammy Joe received the intro, and the ancillary screens, but not the charts themselves! So the Maggie # 2 contains everything but the charts :)
| DEMOS || CRACKERS|
| MUSICIANS || INTROS|
| GAMES || GRAPHISTS|
HELLO HERE'S MIT FROM NEXT WHO'S PROUD TO PRESENT YOU THE MAIN MENU OF THE SECOND CHARTS DEMO.
THIS DEMO WAS CODED BY MIT WITH GRAPHICS BY PULSAR AND SOUND BY TCB
YOU WILL FIND IN THIS DEMO THE CLASSIFICATION OF THE BEST CRACKERS DEMOS GRAPHISTS MUSICIANS AND GAMES.
MEMBERS OF NEXT ARE ZAE (SWAPPER) PULSAR (GRAPHIST) LEM (CODER) PCP (CYBER ANIMATOR) STWARS CODER) MIT (CODER SWAPPER) DBUG II (CODER GRAPHIST) AND FFT (MUSICIAN SCROLLTEXT WRITER) . WE VE CODED THIS DEMO IN 3 DAYS AND IT IS PART OF THE LOST BOYS DISK MAGAZINE.
I AM 17 YEARS OLD AND I AM IN FIFTH FORM.
I WANT TO THANK MY TEACHERS WHO HAVE LET ME SLEEP IN THEIR CLASSES SO THAT I SHOULD CODE THIS DEMO IN THE NIGHT ...
MY MEGA GREETINGS ARE SENT TO FURY SNAKE R.AL AND DOM (LE DECODEUR MARCHE TRES BIEN) FROM THE REPLICANTS VINC FROM EQUINOX DEMONIAK FROM V8 MAXX OUT NORMAL GREETINGS TO FURYO AND HUMUNGUS FROMTHE OVERLANDERS SUNFIGHTER AND OF COURSE THE LOST BOYS , THE CAREBEARS THE EXCEPTIONS HOTLINE ST CONNEXION ST AMIGOS AENIGMATICA ALF.
I HOPE YOU LL ENJOY THIS DEMO.
IF YOU WANT TO CONTACT US WRITE TO DBUG II 6 RUE GEORGE SAND491000 ANGERS (FRANCE) OR PHONE MIT 41 43 17 84 (FRANCE) ......
HERE IS DBUG II FROM NEXT
THIS SCREEN WAS CODED BY MIT WITH MY MORAL SUPPORT
THE PROBLEM IS THAT MIT IS GOING TO PARIS WITH HIS CLASS AND IT IS FIVE TO SIX AM
I DIDN T SLEEP THAT NIGHT AND I HAVE TO CONTINUE THE CODING OF THIS SCREEN
THIS IS THE THIRD SCROLLINE
I DISLIKE TYPING MESSAGES
I'M HUNGRY WE ARE OUT OF COCA COLA AND I HAVE TO SEND THIS DEMO TO THE LOST BOYS IN TWO HOURS BY AIR MAIL
AT THE MOMENT THE CHARTS ARE NOT CODED YET
THAT'S THE END OF THIS LINE
I HAVE TO TYPE THE FOURTH SCROLLER
HELLO THIS IS FFT WRITING, IT IS NOW 11.25 PM ON 5.30.90 AND I HAVE TO GO TO BED, BECAUSE I HAVE A LOT OF WORK TOMORROW.
THE MUZAK I CODED YESTERDAY (VORTEX) WAS MADE BY AN COOL FROM TCB WITH HIS WONDERFUL TCB TRACKERVI BUT SINCE I DIDN'T HAVE THE REPLAY ROUTS. I HAD TO CONVERT IT FOR QUARTET, THE LAMEST SOUNDTRACKER I'VE EVER SEEN.
I'LL SOON RELEASE ORIGINAL MUZAXX, BUT I HAVE TO FIND OUT HOW TO CONVERT AVALON FILES TO QUARTET FILES . I OWN TWO SAMPLERS . MY GOOD OLD KORG DSS1AND A BRAND NEW ROLAND W 30 FROM WHICH I'LL DUMP THE SOUNDS RATHER THAN SAMPLE THEM .
NOW SOME INFORMATION ABOUT MY LIFE .
I'M 19 YEARS OLD , AND I'VE BEEN STUDYING ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING FOR 3 YEARS NOW , BUT I'M THE WORST CODER IN THE CREW .
THE REASONS WHY THEY ENROLLED ME IS THAT I'M NOT TOO BAD AT PROGRAMMING MUSIC , AND THAT I'M THE ONLY ONE HERE WHO SPEAKS AND WRITES ENGLISH QUITE WELL ...
MY FAVOURITE COM.SERS .ERIC SERRA (THE BIG BLUE SOUNDTRACK) VANGELIS , JEAN MICHEL JARRE , JOHN WILLIAMS , ENNIO MORRICONE ... THE MUSIC I CAN'T BEAR .
HOOOOUUUUUUSE MUSIC !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
MY FAVOURITE MUSIC . THE BIG BLUE SOUNDTRACK .
The third ChartsThe 3 charts are composed of 2 parts, and have also been published in Maggie.
The intro screen in 3D made by Stwars (the 3D objects were made by the different members of Next, and we must admit that they are particularly hideous!), With a music of Crispy Noodle / BBC.
The charts themselves are from Mit and Pulsar.
| BEST CRACKERS || BEST DEMOS|
| BEST COMPACTS || BEST MUSICANS|
| BEST GFX-MEN || BEST GAMES|
| BESTT INTRO MAKERS|
The fourth ChartsThe 4 charts also contain 2 screens, both programmed by Mit with Pulsar graphs.
The intro, which contains music "coded" by FFT (it's a cover of the maniacs of noise?).
The charts, with a music of mad max.
For the first time we see the appearance of some new categories, such as "Best Drinkers" and "Best Burpers".
| BEST CRACKERS || BEST DEMOS|
| BEST COMPACTS || BEST GFX-MEN|
| BEST DEMOS || BEST MUSICANS|
| BEST DEMO CODERS || BEST DRINKERS|
| BEST BURPERS || BEST GAMES|
| BEST GAME MUSICANS || BEST GAME GFX-MEN|
| BEST GAME CODERS || BEST FIRMS|
The fifth ChartsThe 5 charts had a number of regrettable technical problems!
It's a mini game that happens in space.
The charts are text scattered in the scenery, and a small spaceship allows to walk in the scenery.
There is management of the best scores, you can shoot, there is a mini-map, etc.
Code by Mit and Dbug, graphics by Pulsar and Dbug, music by Lap.
The sixth (and last) ChartsThe 6th (and last) charts ...
100% full screen, with a little game of Tic-Tac-Toe. The music is from Lap, with FFT for the samples, an image of bruno bellamy, a logo of Pulsar ... Everything else by Dbug (code, scrolls, palettes, fonts, and other graphs).
On STE, it is possible to have music + samples.
| BEST GAME GFX-MEN || BEST DEMO GFX-MEN|
| BEST DEMOS || BEST GAMES|
| BEST DEMO CREWS || BEST GAME CODERS|
| BEST GAME MUSICANS || BEST DEMO MUSICANS|
| BEST COMPANIES || BEST CRACKING CREWS|
| BEST COMPACTS || BEST CRACKERS|
| BEST DRAWING SOFTS || BEST UTILITIES|
The 1990 Charts compilationThe charts 1 to 5 (the charts 6 were made after) were also broadcast in the form of a mini-demo on a single floppy disk, with an original intro, a loader, a selection menu, a reset "demo" ", etc ...
Given that there was room, we can also find a pre-version of the screen of Stwars for the "punish your machine" of Delta-Force, as well as menus of the (future) Phaleon Gigademo.
And here is a video of the demo in action: