|The official Rebels releases 1989|
THE WHEELS OF STEEL
The first Rebels demo. Released at the Bamiga sector one/Warfalcons copy party 12/2 1989, the same day Rebels was founded. The demo itself isn't quite as impressive as its nostalgic value may hint of
I can't get this demo to work, other than that it actually becomes a guru meditation when it starts.. sad.
A crazy scroller by Droopy. Not too easy to read.
REBELS INTRO (Megablast preintro)
Just an intro. Contains a groovy Rebels logo with a vector matrix behind.
THE INCREDIBLE HULK-DEMO
One of the more original Amiga demos. Made by Taus, Static and Xod.
Music from Static onnadisk.
Download Subway lha
Download Nabob lha
Download Pirazy lha
Download Aloha lha
Download Sino'Delic lha
Released at the Digitech Summer Party 1989, Megademo 1 is a collection of five small (file) demos that set a sort of standard for future Rebels demos to live up to. It wasn't as much the quality as the originality that these demos are still remembered today. The demos are: SINO'DELIC (by Droopy and Static), SUBWAY (by Vandal and Static), NABOB (by Droopy and Static), PIRAZY (By proxt, proxt's brother) and ALOHA (with text by Jake). SUBWAY was also the winner of the demo competition in the Swedish national tv show "Bit for Bit"
Vectory 1990 is a vectorbob demo by Droopy and Static, with the unique Rebels design.
JULPILTENS STORA OCH LILLA SCROLL
Small intro from the Megademo created by the Swedish division before they joined Rebels which was not released. The intro was released since it didn't fit on the disk for Rebels Megademo 2.
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