Amiga Forever by Cloanto
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Amiga Demoscene Productions

Thanks to its multimedia capabilities, the Amiga computer was immediately embraced by the demoscene, and in turn it gave prominence to the scene and to its culture.

If you are not familiar with demoscene productions, you can think of a demo as a compact, self-contained piece of software that combines and demonstrates art and technical excellence. To better appreciate a demo keep in mind that everything you see and hear in a demo is generated in real time by computer code (there is no pre-rendered animation), and that the code itself is relatively compact (which is part of the challenge). Unlike in a game, there is no interaction in a demo: just start the demo, and sit back and enjoy it.

Included Demos

Amiga Forever contains a preinstalled selection of well-known Amiga demos, preconfigured for one-click launching.

All works are included with permission from their creators. Additional demos can be downloaded from the sites listed below.

Download and Support Sites

The following is a list of the major sites which include or link to Amiga demos with permission of the copyright holders:

Additional Information

Some multiple-disk demos may require a key to be pressed (e.g. Enter, or one of the two mouse buttons) to confirm that a new disk has been inserted.

The demos are stored in the "Demoscene" directory, inside "Amiga Files" when installed on a Windows system.

Sample Screenshots

Selection of demos

Demoscene Sites

- A.D.A.



- ExoticA

- Janeway Search


- Break's Collection

- Cracktros: The Best

Related Links

- Amiga Games

- Amiga Music

- Using Disk Images