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Fujiology Archive V2.1 is OUT!

.tSCc. is EXTREMELY proud to present you the biggest Atari Demo
Scene archive there is entitled: Fujiology Archive V2.1. Based on the ashes
of the No Fragments CD-series we gathered together as many Atari Scene
releases we could find. The archive was compiled by yours truly (Lotek Style)
mostly during the last three years.

The collection comes on a 64 GB SDXC Card and is now about 62 GB in size. Why
is it so big? Simply because it combines nearly all of my previous projects
under one banner. It now features 11 sections: 8bit, Falcon, Graphics, Jaguar,
Lynx, Magazines, Music, Parties, ST, TT and VCS.

Statistics:

2.969 8bit Prods (everything is in .ATR or .XEX or .SAP or .PNG)

1.393 Falcon Prods

7.867 Graphics (Native atari format if available plus .PNG conversion)

492 Jaguar Prods

7 Lynx Prods

3.286 Magazines (ST, Falcon, Html and Textbased mags)

14.043 Fading Twilight (other music archives are SNDH and ASMA which are kind of
a bonus because I do not maintain them)

26.324 Partyarchive:
-all atari graphics have a PNG/GIF-conversion
-most musics have a SND/SAP/MP3 conversion
-everything single parted
-kept original as possible

14.644 ST/E Prods

22 TT Prods

212 VCS Prods

If you find any bugs or have missing files (marked yellow in the database)
don't hesitate to contact me.

You can download or browse the archive here:

ftp://fujiology.untergrund.net/users/ltk_tscc/fujiology/

signing off,
lotek style / the sirius cybernetics corporation
lotekstyle [AT] lotekstyle [DOT] de
31st of december 2015

Last edited on 31 Dec 2015 by ltk_tscc. See all edits

7 comments

s_t_s - 10:16 1 January 2016 #

Thanks for the huge amount of work and passion you put into this work of recollection and memory !

TheCollector - 11:30 2 January 2016 #

As much as I enjoy browsing the collection, I'd like to download just an ISO-image instead of downloading everything manually.

exocet - 12:26 3 January 2016 #

Massive thanks for taking the time to collect and archive all those releases.

applecrypt - 20:08 3 January 2016 #

Absolutely superb, we cannot thank you enough. Awesome!! (and I'd also like to download for offline)
Steve

Speechless - 10:39 30 January 2016 #

Incredible work! Hats off! (And if possible, I'd use an ftp-client to download in chunks rather than 62gb iso.)

menace - 06:43 2 February 2016 #

Speechless: Doesn't the ftp download offer resume functionality, though?

Speechless - 07:32 2 February 2016 #

menace: It does, although since I don't have neither 8-bit computers/consoles nor a Jaguar, I don't see why I need the complete archive (if not for mirroring purposes).
I was just thinking out loud :)