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Bergen Party 1990

- By Full Force/Megastyle/Shadows/Science 451/Contex/BOA/MFI/Cryptoburners

Event Types :
Copy Party, Demo Party

Dates :
29 June - 1 July 1990

Place :
Bergenshallen
Bergen
Norway

Organizers :
Eivind Sommersten, Kristian Røstøen, Master Jam, Nova, Price, Snorre Narum, Sventy

Organizer Groups :
Contex, Full Force, Megastyle, Science 451, The Shadows

Competition Results :

C64 Demo
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Digital Delight by Panoramic DesignsDownload9.09.2
2Summer Code IV - One Year by Flash Inc.Download8.5
3Piece of Cake 3 by MegastyleDownload8.3
4Potholes in My Lawn by Science 451Download
5Bone Harder by ImpulseDownload
6Sparkling by CrossDownload
 Responsibility by EstimateDownload
8Nutwork by AntimonDownload
9Norwegian Sunrise by Mega IndustriesDownload
10Marantz by SHAPEDownload

C64 Music
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Flamboyant by Geir Tjelta/Trond Kjetil LindangerDownload
2Dance by Lars HoffDownload

Productions released outside compos :
Contactdealer V3 by Censor Design (Tool)

Attendants : (77)
Adept, Archmage, Axonian, Ben Breton, Bezonian, BHF, Bjørn Røstøen, Challenger, Chicken, Chorus, Coroner, Crockett, DareDevil, Dragnet, Edge, Effy, Eivind Sommersten, Ennic, Geir Tjelta, Glenn Davanger, Goblin, Haavar B. Hojem, Hawk, Hugo, IQ64, Iron Cat, Jadawin, JCH, Joe, Ketil, Killsquad, Lars Hoff, Magnar Harestad, Marius Skogheim, Mark Breton, Master Jam, MBD, Merlin, Mirage, Mr. Cool, Mr. Power, Nova, Olav Mørkrid, Parody, Pi, Powpin, Price, Radster, Reset, Richard Nygaard, Rooster, Sato, Scorpie, Scorpie, Sector 9, Shark, Sharp, Skate or Die, Slaygon, Snap, Stormbringer, Ståle Håland, Svein, Sventy, The Blue Guard, The Goblin, The MeatBall, Tony, Tornado, Trond Kjetil Lindanger, Unifier, Zaphod, Zarky Baby, Ziphoid, Zipper, Zix, Zodiac

External links :
A few snapshots from the party  (http://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/117140368085264751178/albums/5266183370860443297)

Releases containing information on this event :
Anti Aciiid  Some info in the scroll
Bergen Party 90!  Invitation Demo #2
HotShot #03  Party Report.
In Bergen  Some words about the party from Chorus.
It's Party! -01-  Invitation Demo #1
Megazine #2  Full Force,Contex,Shadows,Megastyle Invitation
Remark #01  Party Invitation
Remark #02  Party Report + Results
Rock'n Role #4  Party Report
Sex'n'Crime #16  Party Invitation
Slowpoke #3  Party Invitation
Slowpoke #4  Party Report + Results


User Comment
Submitted by ΛΛdZ on 11 November 2014
Demo compo: source Remark#2
1 Digital Delight, Panoramic Design(72)
2 Summer Code IV, One Year by Flash Inc.(60)
3 Piece of Cake 3, Megastyle(58)
4 Potholes in My Lawn, Science 451(48)
5 Bone Harder, Impulse(44)
6 Sparkling, Cross(31)
Responsibility, Estimate(31)
8 Nutwork, Antimon(30)
9 Norwegian Sunrise, Mega Industries(25)
10 ???, Sex express(24)

It seems that it is not a Shape demo that got the #10

User Comment
Submitted by HBH.ZTH on 11 November 2014
Oh what a wild party. I don't remember much of the first day because of drinking too much alcohol together with Zeb and Marius Skogheim. We had secured a safe starting point from the home of one of the members in Full Force (dunno who ATM). Early morning we bought a case of 24 strong beers and the rest is almost in total wiped from my memory. I awoke at the copy party place in the evening, lying on the floor on top of some broken beer bottles. Luckily I used to be dressed for discomfort of the physical kind (big leather west over my denim jacket - ergo safe from being pierced by broken glass). Luckily I hurt nobody except myself - I had secured a throbbing headache. It did not stop me and MS from coding a "extra" threat for the party: Pervo Sex Text 3 inside a very noisy ice hockey hall full of people. Turned out that when I got back home I could hear the music was not playing right, some bug in the scrolltext, etc. But who cared? It was a fucked series of provocative demos anyway and the quality was NOT first priority in this series - it was a bonus. The fun thing about them was that we coded them in hours or minutes and had a lot of fun while making them (probably more fun than most people actually watching them). Oh, the joys of youth gone wild.... :) Marius was an (and I am sure PAL can confirm this) excellent artist on bitmap, hires fonts and sprites. Oh, just as that was not enough he could code like few others, impressive creative solutions for traditional code-porn using tables and indexing in ways I had never thought of before. And he could also make excellent SID music in Soedesoft and Olavs music routine (he even made an early version of his own player too in turbo assembler).

User Comment
Submitted by Merlin on 17 May 2013
I always imagined this was in 91. Guess I stand corrected. :P
Ooh... anyways. Added link to a few photos.

User Comment
Submitted by 6R6 on 5 November 2009
I remember travelling by train to this party together with Zaphod Beeblebrox, Ela, The Edge, Henning Rokling and someone from 2000 AD. We tried to hook up our C64 on the train, but was busted by the train polizei.

User Comment
Submitted by Geir on 7 October 2009
Flamboyant.sid won the music compo.

User Comment
Submitted by Celtic on 24 January 2009
I fixed the competition result according to Remark #02 .

My only doubts are on the Shape demo and wether or not it actually competed and ended up 10th place.

There was also a music comptetition and gfx competition according to this mag, here are the result they published, perhaps it helps in locating the files.

Music compo:
1. Mo(zic)art
2. Lars Hoff
3. Vibrants
4. Jolly Poppers
5. Rikar Wygard
6. Censor Design

Gfx Compo:
1. Megastyle
2. Flash Inc.
3. Illusion
4. Full Force
5. Animus
6. w.o.t.
7. t.g.t.
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