Since I don't know the exact answer, I'm forwarding this question to the mailing list. http://scene.c64.org didn't seem to provide any answers, except a link to In Medias Res (http://www.imr.c64.org/imr/zimr.htm). I don't know what you count as "intro" or "demo", but according to one article (http://www.imr.c64.org/imr/article/z2afi_b.htm), the scene existed already in the early 1980s. Marko ---------- Forwarded message ---------- Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2000 05:30:37 +0200 From: Fabio Ciucci <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Subject: Who made the first intro and when? Hello. I write you because I assume you are a C64 scener. If this is wrong or if I bother you, I apology. On late 80's I was friend of I.C.S people here in Italy, but I was lame on C64 since too young. On Amiga, I formed a crack group quite good and then joined Ram Jam and made many demos, also Java ones (www.anfyteam.com). I am trying to answer an old question; Now, I know on Amiga the first intros was done in 1996 by HQC and few others: http://www.df.lth.se/~cato/1986.html I've seen an AFL intro of 1986 too; But, I don't know for sure about who made the first intros on C64, when, and I haven't the screenshots or files for emulator. Also, I wonder if really the first "intro", in other words something with text scrolling and few colors at least, being not a game and made by crackers or similiar, was made on a C64, or maybe there's some vic20 or older PC intro?... Also, it's not clear who made the first PC intros, it seems in 1988-89 by future brain and humble guys: http://members.easyspace.com/erekose/f_1988.html http://members.easyspace.com/erekose/f_1989.html I think however that's trustable. The most missing infos are on first C64 intros and first worldwide intros (if it's the first c64 intro or someone made one on unix or whatever). Could you help? Fabio Fabio Ciucci www.anfyteam.com - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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