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» Glyph32 Maker
Author • Rick Clark (aka rdc)

Hey, if you are into making custom glyphs for use in your FreeBASIC programs, then this splendid utility program is for you!!  It features support for creating your own 8x8, 8x16, and 16x16 glyphs in 24- and 32-bit graphics modes, and a successful 100% ability to convert your glyphs into FB source code for them to be displayed freely on the screen, too.  The only thing it lacks is mouse-driven support, but look, this one is still TRULY RECOMMENDED TOP-NOTCH stuff, so do not miss it!!!  (^-^)v !


» DBF Flame Intro
Author • Dark Bit Factory
(Note: Source-code is NOT included in this demo.)


In this short but UNFORGETTABLY sweet intro, you will be greeted by an amazingly impressive little DBF logo, plus some of the VERY BEST fire effects I have ever seen so far in FreeBASIC!!!  Rather well done, guys, you deserve it!!!  d=^-^=b


» Fireworks
Author • SAB
(Note: This demo DOES NOT come with an .EXE version of it, so to experience it, you have to compile it yourself in FreeBASIC and then run it.  Thanks so much!!  ;) )


From newcomer SAB comes this pretty fine demo that shows you such brilliantly executed colored fireworks in a 640x480 display.  Sure it may be a little slow, but hey, it is *still* a fine little piece and I gotta give it some props for that!  Nice job!!  ^-^=b


» 3D Retro Demo
Author • ninogenio
(Note: This demo is packaged originally in .RAR format only!  Thus, you need to extract it using a .RAR extracting tool such as the freeware item called UnRAR, which you can download right here for MS-Windows.  Thanks so much!!!  ;-) )


This is ninogenio’s FreeBASIC demo debut, and this demo sure looks PRETTY EXCELLENT right there!!!  Featuring some wonderful 3D designs with some heavy-duty blurs, in addition to such amazingly great music, I’d say that it is a *really fine* piece of work for such a retro-look as this!!  One to pick up!!!  ^-^=b


» 3D Motion Texture Demo
Author • ninogenio
(Note: This demo is packaged originally in .RAR format only!  Thus, you need to extract it using a .RAR extracting tool such as the freeware item called UnRAR, which you can download right here for MS-Windows.  Thanks so much!!!  ;-) )


Here we now come to ninogenio’s second (2nd) FreeBASIC demo, and this one is SO AMAZINGLY well-done in the fact that not only does the main cube rotate, but also the 3D shapes on the sides of the cube actually move silkily and fluidly with ease as well!!!  A most marvellous feat in itself, I think!!  d=(^-^)v !  Top it off with even more amazing music, and you got another BIG winner of an FB graphics demo right there, so this one is highly recommended for sure!!!


» Fireworks Simulaton
Author • psygate
(Note: This demo is packaged originally in .RAR format only!  Thus, you need to extract it using a .RAR extracting tool such as the freeware item called UnRAR, which you can download right here for MS-Windows.  Thanks so much!!!  ;-) )


Right up front, this is a better looking fireworks simulation, and it is being executed in a 1024x768 graphics display.  Sure it suffered a few crashes, but overall, it stood out and ran well, and so psygate did a pretty fine job in his graphics demo debut in FB here.  I am *truly* looking forward to seeing his next demo soon!!  ^_-=b !


» Mappy Map Converter
Author • Richard Eric M. Lope (aka Relsoft)

If there ever was a utility in FreeBASIC that can *actually* convert maps that are created using the famous tile-editor Mappy (which, by the way, can be found at http://www.tilemap.co.uk/!), boy have you come to the right place here!!!  So far, the 8bpp maps are so brilliantly executed in any 256-color graphics mode you choose in your FB programs, and that is NO LESS THAN AN EXCELLENT START, I believe!  ^_-=b !!  Scored yet another shining gem from Relsoft right there!!!


» PP2bmp
Author • Richard Eric M. Lope (aka Relsoft)

As the name implies here, this beauty of a utility for FreeBASIC definitely converts images from PixelPlus 256 (or PP256) into 8bpp .BMP files, which no doubt is a SPLENDIDLY AWESOME thing for creating your games and stuff in any 256-color graphics mode you choose!!!  With the Mappy Map Converter and this one, they make a damn good unstoppable pair together in your FB programs, you got me?  (^-^)v !  Do not miss this item right here now!!!


» WaterFunFB
Author • Dafydd Brown (aka Tetra)

WOW!!!  This has gotta easily be one of the more amazingly stellar FB graphics demos yet!!!  d=^-^=b !!  Let me tell you why: because this one presents such beautifully silky-smooth water ripples so phemomenally done, you’d swear that they are literally RIGHT THERE and in your face in such a cleverly outstanding way, and if this is Tetra’s FB demo debut, man, I’d say that he’d *totally* bring this whole FB demoscene world in such a rockin’ blaze of sheer glory!!!  ANOTHER ONE TO HIGHLY RECOMMEND FOR KEEPS, you know?  (^_-)//



» Kaos
Author • Gravity (aka Clyde Radcliffe)
(Note: Source-code is NOT included in this demo.)


Gravity shoots..... HE SCORES!!!  v(^_-)=b !!  This is definitely no doubt the case with this outstandingly done graphics demo using both TinyPTC and FreeBASIC — featuring a REAL AWESOME cloud tunnel, an impressive lake-like reflection, and some downright unforgettable graphics effects — and no wonder why the third time is such a helluva charm for him right there because this is really his absolute best work yet!!!  :D !


» Texture Mapped Tunnel
Author • Rbraz
(Note: This demo is packaged originally in .RAR format only!  Thus, you need to extract it using a .RAR extracting tool such as the freeware item called UnRAR, which you can download right here for MS-Windows.  Thanks so much!!!  ;-) )


In this new demo created using both FreeBASIC and TinyPTC, Rbraz takes you through an interesting brick-wall tunnel that I think is well done!!  Not a bad little piece of work if I do say so myself!!!  ^-^ !


» Amiga Simulator!
Author • Shockwave

Right out of the grandstand, this sine-scroller on a parallaxing starfield is some REAL excellent stuff as this will remind you of the famous Commodore Amiga demos of this type back in the ‘90s!!  I like that a lot, you know?  What makes it even better is that it actually uses Jim Shaws’ custom screen synch which causes absolutely no tearing from during the running of this demo!!!  Great work, man!!  (^_-)v !



» Bullet Hell Library
Author • Richard Eric M. Lope (aka Relsoft)

Relsoft is at it again, and there is just no escaping it!!!  ;) !  In fact, this new piece presents an ABSOLUTELY OUTSTANDING enemy bullet creation system which lets you customize the bullet patterns to fire up to hundreds of bullets on the screen at once in the programming of your next shmup or whatever game you wish in FreeBASIC!!!  Look, we *definitely* have got a hot one tonight, so let’s download this one and be amazed by his RATHER awesome work here!!!  v(^-^)v !!


» Bullet Hell Boss Example
Author • Richard Eric M. Lope (aka Relsoft)

Prepare for more bullet-hell action in this demo as you watch this boss enemy fire A TON of bullets in the style of a Psikyo shmup (think Gunbird, Strikers 1945 I-III, or even Dragon Blaze!), so this is TRULY WELL-DONE STUFF, know what I mean?  (^_-)v !


» Advanced Fraxion Demo 1
Author • Drewpee
(Note: Source-code is NOT included in this demo.)


More and more demomakers are making their debut into the FB demoscene these days, and this newcomer named Drewpee is no exception here!  His first demo in FreeBASIC presents a simple 3D starfield and has some music in it along with some scrolling text as well.  He is just making his start right here, and it is *certainly* not a bad one here in this case!!  ;)




Better hang on tight right here, because there are A LOT more new graphics demos coming straight at ‘ya, so turn to the next page right now and be ready!!!  ^_- !