DiskMag-Pack 2004 PC Diskmag Collection on CD

The CD-ROM “DiskMag-Pack” was a collection of all German, many English and selected international disk magazines from the PC demoscene. The collection was maintained from 1999 to 2004. It was possible to buy it.

This is the table of contents of the CD. The diskmags described here are available for download in the Scene.org archive.

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DiskMag-Pack 2004

The DiskMag-Pack is an extensive collection of different diskmags. We collected and sorted mainly German but also a lot of international diskmags on this CD. A complete list can be found in the HTML documents or in the list_eng.txt file. Also the time sortet chronology provides a good overview.

DiskMags from A to D
DiskMags from E to N
DiskMags from O to S
DiskMags from T to Z

This cd was created because nobody has done this before. A typical scene CD like "Dreams 2" stores only a few diskmags but never a whole collection. That's why we created this archive. We needed a lot of time (several months) to sort the collection - we stored as many diskmags as possible on this CD. Then for every diskmag we added a picture, a description, and created the menu. And this because of Cream...

For beginners we recommend the text files of the English mags.faq by Adok (main editor of Hugi). The Hugi diskmag is also one of the most relevant diskmags and can be executed directly from the CD.


The readers of many diskmags regularly take part in an opinion poll. The opinion poll creates a list of the top 10 demos, intros and of course the best diskmags. In the 15th issue of Worldcharts from December 2002 the following results were presented:

1. Pain
2. Hugi
3. Chemical Reaction
4. World Charts
5. Imphobia
6. Static Line
7. WildMag
8. Shine
8. Budyn
8. Legend

In addition to that, we recommend WildMag, IMAgE, TAP.MAG, Cream, Suicide, Mars, Skyline and Platinum for all German readers. We recommend Gutter, Blister, Fistful of Steel, Ooze, Beyond the Horizon and Trip 2 Hell for beginners who are interested in ansi magazines. Very intresting newsletters are Demojournal, Static Line, Trax Weekly and the Hugi Newsletter.

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The responsible author for the original concept and the disk magazines collection is Thiemo ‘mados’ Mättig. Special thanks for their help fly out to: cy-man, Coctail, Adok, Stefan Beck, Mesios and Tomcat/Greenroom.

Without our written permission, the CD must not be copied either as a whole or partly under this name. It must not be re-sold, either. All descriptions stored as HTML or text files are subject to this copyright. The individual diskmags are the property of their respective authors and may be copied according to their individual legal requirements. All company or trade names are the property of their respective owners.

This collection was arranged to the best of our knowledge and belief. Nevertheless errors may occur, for example due to inappropriate handling. The authors of this CD are neither liable for any damage that possibly occurs nor for third-party legal requirements. Known problems will be remedied or documented on the next version of the CD, if possible.

© WildMag 2004

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