- Initial Release Date
- August 21, 1998 (Packaged Version)
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- License Status
- Freeware © Henrik Tingström
- C (Turbo C)
- Henrik Tingström
HTScr is a set of six 16 color VGA effects by Henrik Tingström. They were initially released as individual MS-DOS savers, but were packaged together along with a 16b Windows randomizer in 1998.
Renders stars in 3d while slowly changing color, and sometimes panning or rotating the camera or reversing direction.
This effect is unlike any individual saver released by Henrik, but is similar to the starfield effect from his game ORIH3D.
Renders a random collection of 3d points slowly changing color and zooming along spokes connected to a central point that migrates around the screen. Looks a bit like a jellyfish.
Renders a set of white and colored points bouncing around the screen, mirrored in both directions, and sometimes connected by lines. The lines sometimes assume a few set patterns: random disconnected lines, horizontally or vertically orientated lines, or boxes. The colored lines rotate colors, but only the 2 default shades of each color available are used at once.
ScrD: Go Deep 2
Renders four sets of four points connected by spokes to central points that arc around the screen. The outer points are are continually rendered, leaving a black erasure trail behind them. Sometimes the spokes are colored, leaving trails of color behind them which clear with various grid and blinds fades.
Unlike the other modules, this one continues to show the visuals while the closing credits are displayed.
Renders 24 iterations of bouncing colored 4-8 sided polygons or shrinking/growing circles spinning in 3d. Shapes are initially drawn in the bright default colors for 5 iterations, and fade to the darker color for 19 iterations before being blacked out.
ScrF: The Clock
Renders a 24h clock with growing and shrinking clock hands randomly connected end to end and randomly reconnecting when they shrink to nothing. Hours are displayed in blue, minutes in red, seconds in green, and milliseconds with a white point without a label. If the hands are shown in the normal orientation, four additional yellow points are displayed at 12, 3, 6, and 9 o'clock.