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Gameover Tune Compo

Gameover Tune Compo

Event Type :
Standalone Compo

Dates :
26 September - 26 October 2014

Organizers :
Fredrik

Competition Results :

C64 Music
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Permadeath by JammerDownload8.9
2Bend Over by DraxDownload8.79.4
3Left Over by DraxDownload8.58.5
4Disc-Over by DraxDownload8.57.6
5This Is Not the End by Stein PedersenDownload8.38.3
6Depressing Time by psycho8580Download8.38.1
7Hung Over by DraxDownload8.69.5
8Drowning - A Progstep Adventure by LinusDownload8.19.7
9Spaceover by celticdesignDownload8.3
10Another Hero Has Died by ScarzixDownload7.79.2
11Lost Beyond Recall by celticdesignDownload8.4
12Stay Down by TempestDownload7.0
13Came Over by DraxDownload8.99.3
14Awaiting by WisdomDownload7.2
15Game Over by PeacemakerDownload8.08.3
16Hankerchief Hills by freQvibezDownload7.87.0
17Myst by WisdomDownload7.67.7
18Up in Flames by X-jammerDownload7.5
19Bad Eggs (game over) by MermaidDownload7.68.2
2030 Seconds Jingle by RandallDownload8.0
21Warzoid Game Over by Xiny6581Download7.0
22It Ain't Over Yet by psycho8580Download7.58.0
23Game Over 1 by FredrikDownload6.26.3
24Out of Pepsi by PepsiDownload7.3
25Facepalm by Kristian RøstøenDownload8.48.6
26Scrapped, Recycled, Reincarnated by CadaverDownload8.3
27Game Over III by Xiny6581Download6.9
28Dark Gray by YogibearDownload6.8
29End in Horror ! by FredrikDownload5.3

Productions released outside compos :
Disqualified by Genesis Project (Music)

Attendants : (12)
celticdesign, freQvibez, Jammer, Kristian Røstøen, Linus, Mermaid, Pepsi, Scarzix, Stinsen, Tempest, X-jammer, Xiny6581


User Comment
Submitted by Kristian on 11 February 2015
The recounting should be finished by now. Congrats, Jammer ;)

User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 2 January 2015
Thanks but I'll wait till tomorrow - last time it turned out that I'm #2 after recounting ;)

User Comment
Submitted by Hein on 2 January 2015
Heh, only 1 rule (30 seconds) and most participants broke that rule. You can come back now Fredrik, the results are in. Congrats to Jammer.

User Comment
Submitted by Richard on 2 January 2015
Results are in, combined with CSDB member votes. No. of votes in compo from the online votesheet was 3.

1. Permadeath - 37.7
2. Bend Over - 36.7
3. Left Over - 35.9
4. DiscOver - 35.8
5. This is not the end - 35.3
6. Depressing time - 34.9
7. Hung Over 34.6
8. Drowning - A ProgStep Adventure - 34.1
9. SpaceOver - 34.0
10. Another Hero has Died - 33.7
11. Lost Beyond Recall - 33.1
12. Stay Down - 33
13. Came Over - 32.9
14. Awaiting - 32.5
15. Game Over - 32.0
16. Handkerchief Hills - 31.9
17. Myst - 31.8
18. Up in Flames - 31.3
19. Bad Eggs, Game Over - 30.8
20. 30 Seconds Jingle - 30.4
21. Warzoid Game Over - 29.8
22. It aint over yet - 29.4
23. Game Over 1 - 28.3
24. Out of Pepsi - 27.1
25. Facepalm - 26.3
26. Scrapped, Recycled, Reincarnated - 26.2
27. Game Over III - 25/1
28. Dark Gray - 24.0
29. End on Horror - 22.2

User Comment
Submitted by Wisdom on 22 November 2014
@Richard, my second tune ("Awaiting") is missing in your voting site?

User Comment
Submitted by Richard on 22 November 2014
Voting form is now live at:

http://form.jotformeu.com/form/43251775607357

User Comment
Submitted by Linus on 4 November 2014
Oh Fredrik where are thou?

User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 4 November 2014


But seriously - it's sad given that really big names take their part and 5 awesome entries from Drax is really something. Fredrik, come here! :P

User Comment
Submitted by booker on 4 November 2014
Sadly, I agree.

User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 4 November 2014
It's not about results, dude ;) When one comes up with compo, it should be held with a minimum of interest and responsibility, no matter how fun and spontaneous it is ;) Let's throw a party but fuck the guests and let them do whatever they want :D

Richard put some effort into a dedicated web, came up with voting system, established clear compo rules and did write anything in the comment section. That no one gave a fuck after voting - well, it happens. But he made it look like a compo at least! ;)

User Comment
Submitted by booker on 4 November 2014
Fuk, sorry forgot there are two "charts" on here. So in 'CSDb rating prize' votes as said, and 'Public prize'

1. Mermaid
2. Drax
3. Linus


There,sorted :))

User Comment
Submitted by booker on 4 November 2014
@Jamma, assuming the compo title hasn't changed to "The Best Drax shortie compo" you see the votes:

1. Drax
2. Jammer
3. Kristian


Wish I could do a jinle.. :P

User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 4 November 2014
True story, m8 ;) Pity that some compos are left to death then :P

User Comment
Submitted by booker on 4 November 2014
amount of tunes submitted to such compos nowadays is beyond my wildest dreams of c64 music scene activity. 8-o

User Comment
Submitted by Randall on 4 November 2014
if this compo was closed today and based on csdb votes, the top five would be all Thomas Mogensen (with Kamil Wolnikowski as a close contestant for 5th place). not that i would be unhappy or surprised with that ;)

User Comment
Submitted by DRAX on 31 October 2014
Game over... Game over, man!!!

User Comment
Submitted by X-jammer on 29 October 2014
Game Over?

User Comment
Submitted by freℚvibez on 21 October 2014
DRAX, I like the idea, but even then I guess the tunes would each have a different number of votes. But maybe the differences then wouldn't be that drastic.

I'd also like to have a voting period where the tunes are shown anonymous, that is without any names/credits. But I can't really see how this could be achieved, as the prgs and sids contain all those information (which of course is a good thing).

User Comment
Submitted by DRAX on 21 October 2014
I was thinking - wouldn't it be an idea that all tunes were released at the same time... But still using csdb for voting... I mean it seems like tunes released nearer the deadline get higher scores as the number of votes is lower... ???

User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 19 October 2014
either "Disqualified" should be qualified again or Fred must clean up/sort out a bunch of tunes which slightly surpass 0:30 limit

User Comment
Submitted by Stein on 10 October 2014
Looks to me like there's only one rule. Which I broke.

User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 10 October 2014
Seems like Fredrik's just come up with event and doesn't care too much. Some compo rules would be really nice ;]

User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 9 October 2014
So far I really like the outcome. However, for the future rules should be a little clearer and maybe stricter, e.g. from a perspective of a coder it might make sense that not only playing time but also a certain filesize should ot to be exceeded.

BTW: I'd like a mini tune compo next (some time after X party)

User Comment
Submitted by DRAX on 9 October 2014
Nice compo idea... but when I think about game over I usually think of a short jingle... Is that really what you mean or is it more like a high score tune?

User Comment
Submitted by Scarzix on 30 September 2014
Done! :D

User Comment
Submitted by Scarzix on 29 September 2014
LMAO

User Comment
Submitted by Kristian on 29 September 2014
First you marry. Then you Statoil.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BV9iuH2zjsM

User Comment
Submitted by bepp on 29 September 2014
First you die. Then you jingle!

User Comment
Submitted by Mermaid on 29 September 2014
C64 Sidewize - Game Over Theme

User Comment
Submitted by Mermaid on 29 September 2014
Robocop 2 C64 Game Over screen

User Comment
Submitted by Mermaid on 29 September 2014
Shadow of the Beast - Game Over Screen Commodore 64

User Comment
Submitted by Scarzix on 29 September 2014
I mean, besides the Rambo example.

User Comment
Submitted by Scarzix on 29 September 2014
Can I get a game example where it plays a game-over jingle? I can only think of a "sound" for dying and then the screen goes onto a highscore screen or title...

Ideas, please?

User Comment
Submitted by Richard on 28 September 2014
Just want to ask some general questions related to the competition:

1. Is there a limit to filesize per tune entry
2. How many entries per person
3. How will each entry score, is there going to be a vote sheet or something.
4. Are there any rules, in which the contestant should NOT create i.e. covers, etc.
5. Don't you think 30 seconds is too short? There are Game Over tunes which play for a lot longer than this.

User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 27 September 2014
How many jingles per contestant? ;)

User Comment
Submitted by Fredrik on 26 September 2014
Gameover "jingle" compo!

User Comment
Submitted by Kristian on 26 September 2014
Number 9? Hardly more than a jingle, isn't it?

User Comment
Submitted by Fredrik on 26 September 2014
A great gameovertune is this:
Song 9
Rambo: First Blood Part II

User Comment
Submitted by Fredrik on 26 September 2014
The tune schould be max 30 seconds before loop.
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