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» Intro-Inferno.com Promotion
Author • Surprise! Productions
(Note: Source-code is NOT included in this demo.)


Man, this is without a doubt a DOWNRIGHT IMPRESSIVE piece of intro which gives you a definitely mind-blowing 3D backdrop with the absolutely coolest twisting text I have ever seen in an FB graphics demo!!!  d=^-^=b !!  This is another must-have right there, so be sure to download this phenemonal old-skool intro by this wonderful newcomer, got that now?


» Image Fade/Morph Effect
Author • Rattrapmax6 (x.t.r.Graphics)

Rattrapmax6 is back in business once again with his new example here in FB which shows you how to crossfade between two (2) images successfully and flawlessly!!  One of the best yet, and *well* worth checking out!!!  :D !



» Living Water
Author • Chris Adams (aka Lithium)

Using a 320x200 graphics mode with a 32-bit color depth, this one is so absolutely drop-dead GORGEOUS to look at, it is just uncanny, I gotta tell you now!!!  ;D  This one portrays such silky and knock-out awesome water movements that suddenly have a mind of their own in a real damn good way, and I LOVE IT!!!  A big thumbs up from me for Lithium right there on another finely splendid piece of work in FreeBASIC!!!  d=^-^=b !


» Short Intro Challenge: 3D Starfield
Author • Shockwave
(Note: Source-code is NOT included in this demo.)


This is one of the FIRST entries for the Short Intro Challenge contest that took place back in the Summer of 2006 at the DBF/GVY forums, and this is pretty much a very good rendition of a 3D starfield in *only* 19 lines. My, this is the start of something wonderful right here, I gotta say!!  ^-^


» Short Intro Challenge: Keftales
Author • Shockwave
(Note: Source-code is NOT included in this demo.)


This is the second (2nd) of his many entries for the Short Intro Challenge, and in just 20 lines of FB code, it is pretty mesmerizing to look at for *just* a little bit of time only.  And pretty beautiful colors, too!!  ;)


» Short Intro Challenge: Sine Dots
Author • Shockwave
(Note: Source-code is NOT included in this demo.)


This is the third (3rd) of his many entries for the Short Intro Challenge, and this one is truly *so* calming in blue because it is much easier on the eyes indeed... and even more beautiful and mesmerizing than ever!!  GREAT JOB in only 20 lines of coding, my man Shockwave!!!  d=^-^=b !


» Short Intro Challenge: 18-line Serpinski Gasket Fractal
Author • Shockwave
(Note: Source-code is NOT included in this demo.)


This is the fourth (4th) of his many entries for the Short Intro Challenge, and this one creates you an interesting classic fractal made up of a series of triangles in just 18 lines of FB code.  Very nice!!  ;) !


» Sphere Mapping with Plasma Background
Author • Optimus

For Optimus’ official entry into the Short Intro Challenge, I’d say that this is a *truly* wonderful piece of work so far in only 14 LINES!!!  And, the chiptune music in this is pretty good as well... this demo is worth checking out right here!!  :D


» Xorthing
Author • Shockwave
(Note: Source-code is NOT included in this demo.)


Done in just 20 lines of FB code, Shockwave shows us some twisting curves here with movements that flow like a bit of a lava lamp... looks really cool, so check it out!!  ;) !


» 7-line Tunnel
Author • Richard Eric M. Lope (aka Relsoft)
(Note: Source-code is NOT included in this demo.)


This is Relsoft’s first (1st) entry into the Short Intro Challenge, and it is such a TRULY EXCELLENT job in just seven (7) lines indeed!!!  One to surely not miss, I will tell you right now... and that is only the beginning here!!  d=^-^=b !


» 3dfxin20
Author • Richard Eric M. Lope (aka Relsoft)

Relsoft’s second (2nd) entry for the Short Intro Challenge totally rocks on, because it shows us something so damn amazing that you can do with simply-drawn circles — like create a wonderful starfield with an intensely twisting rubber-band effect and more... A MOST OUTSTANDING JOB for a 20-liner, I rather gotta say!!!  \(^_-)/ !!


» Textured Blob Lava Lamp
Author • Shockwave
(Note: Source-code is NOT included in this demo.)


This is Shockwave’s final entry into the Short Intro Challenge, and it looks quite good with the curvy, swaying effect like that of a lava lamp itself... I LIKE THAT very much!!!  ^_- !


» ANSI Stars
Author • Shockwave
(Note: Source-code is NOT included in this demo.)


Right up front, this is an EXCELLENT 3D starfield that is so well done in ASCII format, as my man Shockwave sure knows how to do it... and to think that this was all created in FreeBASIC, too!!!  My, you just *gotta* see it in action to be blown away by it, you know?  d=^-^=b !



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


Completely and utterly a MAGNIFICENT sight to behold, and this excellent and colorful fireworks display is all being done in gorgeous ASCII-text format, and Gravity did such a most definite top-class job with working on it so wonderfully... I ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT SO MUCH!!!  \(^_-)/ !!


» ASCIIVID
Author • Deleter
(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!!!  ;-) )


Now here, folks, is no doubt a start of such a MOST SPLENDID ASCII-based video player that was made using FreeBASIC... and Deleter stepped up and took on the challenge so well... and it SURE paid off most beautifully, so you gotta download this one today!!!  ^_- !!




We are not done yet, so better buckle up for even more demos on Page 12 coming up next... and prepare to be blown sky high in such awe and amazement in FreeBASIC!!!  ;) !