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Syntax 2009

Syntax 2009

Event Type :
Demo Party

Dates :
31 October - 1 November 2009

Place :
Bushwa & Hooey Cafe Bar (Next door to Softbelly Bar), 361 Little Bourke Street
3000 Melbourne
Victoria
Australia

Website :
http://www.syntaxparty.org

Organizers :
A Life in Hell, GaiaSword, Ript, cTrix

Organizer Groups :
Disaster Area

Competition Results :

C64 Graphics
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1No Mans Land by LeonDownload8.38.7
2Mermaidism by FadeDownload7.5
3Mermaid vs. BlackBeltJones by MermaidDownload9.19.1
4Strangers by VetoDownload9.59.6
5dj by FadeDownload7.5
6It's Here by Almighty GodDownload8.28.5
7Syntax by JoeDownload9.18.9
8Mermaid by enthusiDownload7.98.5

Mixed Graphics
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
2PsychOzEgg by The DreamsDownload

Mixed Music
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Lob by BlackBeltJonesDownload8.39.0
3Razor Crackzak 100% by OnslaughtDownload8.0
4Syntax Kangaroo by booker7.78.5

Mixed Demo
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Chase That Feeling by Warriors of the WastelandDownload7.88.1
2Awakening by The ForceDownload7.67.5
4Rasternator by Disaster AreaDownload7.87.8
5Hello Kitty by ChromeDownload7.17.7
7Syntax Party Scroller by OnslaughtDownload8.58.0
8Syntax 09 - Party Text Scroller by Cygnus AustraliaDownload5.9

Productions released outside compos :
Halloween Heat by Monk (Graphics)
Maniac Mansion GOLD [neoram] by Onslaught (Crack)
Vandalism News #52 by Onslaught/Wrath Designs/Vandalism News Staff (Diskmag)

Attendants : (23)
A Life in Hell, Bugjam, Colwyn, Conjuror, cTrix, Doc Bacardi, Fade, GaiaSword, Jazzcat, Ksubi, Madhacker, Megazzap, Mixer, ozzy, Quetzal, redback, Reset, Ript, Slack_, Spoony, Vengeance, Voltage, Wozza

External links :
Google Maps  (http://tiny.cc/lhPYK)
Soft Belly  (http://www.softbelly.com.au/)
Full Results  (http://www.atlantis-prophecy.org/Syntax_2009_Results.txt)
Pouet - Full Releases  (http://www.pouet.net/party.php?which=1350&when=2009)
Photos from Jazzcat, Madhacker & Fade  (ftp://ftp.padua.org/pub/c64/Pictures/Syntax_Party_2009_Photos.rar)

Releases containing information on this event :
Syntax Party 2009  Invitation

Party Reports :
Ah the memories :)
- Submitted by spoony on February 3 2010

User Comment
Submitted by wozza on 10 November 2009
This was a great party and maybe I hit the amber fluid a little too hard, but I guess what made it great for me was to have 'chats' with guys long heard of but never met. Jazzcat, Conjuror, Fade, Reload etc, thanks for putting up with my dribble and hope to catch-up with you at the next event.

Ctrix and the crew did a fantastic job under trying conditions, both heat and the space allocation made things interesting.

Oh, and fade, you are a bad influence on me!

User Comment
Submitted by Ksubi on 7 November 2009
Great party, looking forward to see you all again next year. A quick link to dildil/TTT awesome animation piece: http://www.scene.org/file.php?file=/parties/2009/syntax09/anim/..

User Comment
Submitted by FRIENSHIP on 6 November 2009
my photos from Syntax, http://rapidshare.com/files/302953387/yo.zip.html
MD5: 8DDF1734FA76DDF08FC863B32BD4C2B2

User Comment
Submitted by cTrix on 4 November 2009
The additional prods are being uploaded to scene.org (for other platforms) and should be up soon. There is also a better looking results page with ASCii by Ozzy. I have some video from the event too inclduing the launch of the new EPROM chip.

As Jazzcat mentioned, there were a few probs with the venue being a little small, and the vote system closed early (and took a while to re-enable), plus sound a little lo-fo, etc, but we will get it right for 2010. A new venue (probably a few km out of town) and a better projector / scaling system. Big thanks to all who came and rocked out at Syntax 2009.

User Comment
Submitted by Conjuror on 3 November 2009
With regards to other results, two were amiga and was one spectrum.

Party was awesome, had a great time. Already planning demo for next year, with some in between.

User Comment
Submitted by Jazzcat on 2 November 2009
Great party guys

Was fun to chat and do some data - mixed with drinks and good attitudes it's a nice one to remember!

Looking forward to next year, count me in!

Regarding voting, yeah not sure why that is, some entries are in the wrong places (in my view). Projector versus gamma/interlace can mislead a bit.

Next time party venue should be bigger. It was located in the perfect place though and was quite fun to see tourists and locals walking by looking in with a bizarre "wtf" expression on their face.

Also, the demos that played all day long, great selection of classics - it really got the throng happy!

User Comment
Submitted by Joe on 2 November 2009
Nice, but some odd votes from down under.

User Comment
Submitted by booker on 1 November 2009
Photos? :)

User Comment
Submitted by booker on 31 October 2009
Where are any results? :)

User Comment
Submitted by FATFrost on 31 October 2009
where are the rest of the results? ;(

User Comment
Submitted by Ksubi on 31 October 2009
There will definately be Syntax 2010. We all had a great time and are pumped to release our productions there next year.

User Comment
Submitted by Style on 31 October 2009
Please run a Syntax 2010, I frickin missed this one due to illness!
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