9 Fingers is an Amiga demo by Spaceballs, which came in fourth in The Party 1993 demo competition. In many ways, it is a successor to State of the Art, sporting the same kind of vector graphics (but slightly more advanced, and featuring an automatic tracer instead of doing it by hand). The name comes from the fact that the main coder hurt one of his fingers at the party, and thus had to finish the coding with only nine fingers.
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