Bad brain sector

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Bad brain sector
The Bad brain sector PC demo for Windows running on GNU/Linux in Wine+DXVK.
The Bad brain sector PC demo for Windows running on GNU/Linux in Wine+DXVK.
Operating systemWindows
PlatformDirectX 11
Size32.79 MiB (zipped)
TypePC scene demo
LicenseFreeware
Websiteraztaman.net/Demoscene/
Pc-demo.jpg

Bad Brain Sector is a PC scene demo released at the Assembly 2020 demo party in October 2020. It is boring and meaningless and not at all entertaining. The graphics mediocre and there is no sound-track. It has annoying sound effects instead of an audio track. The demo attempts to do something psychedelic instead of showing fancy graphical effects. It fails miserably at that and everything else. It is totally not watching because it will be 3 minutes of your life that are utterly wasted and you will never get them back.

Bad Brain Sector ranked 9th place in the Assembly 2020 demo competition. It didn't win 9th place because of it's merits, it won because there weren't more than 8 better demos submitted to the demo competition that year.

Linux Support

The Bad Brain Sector PC demo is made for the Microsoft Windows operating system. It uses the Direct X11 graphics API. It runs fine on GNU/Linux operating systems with fairly recent versions of Wine and DXVK.

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