When Genic grinded to a halt, a new organisation was formed: Sunrise. Sunrise continued the popular Picturedisks and Magazines once initiated by Genic. Sunrise Picturedisk was a bi-monthly disk magazine filled with demos, promos and news from the MSX demo scene. Its audience was international though most of its contents was made by Dutch groups and individuals. Sunrise Picturedisk 1 was published released in 1992.
This picturedisk opens with a frequency selector by Cain where you can choose to set the video frequency to either 50Hz or 60Hz..
Immediately after the frequency selector the Intro Demo by Cain is shown. It´s a combination of different scrolls with a sine-wave like "water" logo.
The menu of this picturedisk is a platform game made by Fuzzy Logic. Every stage represents a picturedisk sub-part, mostly a demo. The goal of each stage is to collect all apples. By pressing SPACE the current demo will be played. You can also skip directly to a stage by pressing the number keys 0-9.
Pixelmania is a multi-part demo made by Fuzzy Logic. The intro part features a static logo with a big scroll underneath it. By pressing space the next part loads. The second part of this demo shows a interactive pixel object. Its shape and rotation can be manipulated by pressing the keys as mentioned on screen.
The Source Of Power
The Source Of Power is a multi-part demo made by ANMA, and remains one of the most popular ones ever. It contains several different screens showing us starfields, graphics, logos, swipe effects together with some nice music.
Fairplay is a one-screen demo made by Moonsoft. Besides a scroller, a music selector, a note and volume music analyzer a Pong clone game is present.
Easy count is a administrative utility made by Buclass.
Terminator as a promotion-demo made by the Unicorn Corporation.
Total Recall as a promotion-demo made by the Unicorn Corporation
DWAN (Demo Without A Name) is a one-screen demo made by Hexagon. It features a few wavy screen tricks together with a scroller.
News section by Sunrise