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Summer of 64   [2013]

Summer of 64 Released by :
Offence [web]

Release Date :
13 July 2013

Type :
C64 One-File Demo

Website :

Released At :
Solskogen 2013

Achievements :
Mixed Demo Competition at Solskogen 2013 :  #2

User rating:********__  8.4/10 (34 votes)   See votestatistics
*********_  8.7/10 (11 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Killsquad of Offence
  Kristian Myklebust
Music .... Kristian Myklebust

SIDs used in this release :
Summer of 64(/MUSICIANS/K/Kribust/Summer_of_64.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/118826/summerof64.prg (downloads: 802)

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User Comment
Submitted by Rock on 15 August 2015
Awesome tune & demo
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Submitted by psych858o on 20 February 2015
I also really enjoyed that one. Good stuff! Keep them coming!
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Submitted by Heavy Stylus on 20 February 2015
Really enjoyed this one. Ass shaking and all! +100 Bonus Points for looping.
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Submitted by chancer on 14 August 2013
as featured / mentioned in this months Computer Music paper magazine , in "demo of the month" section
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Submitted by Jak T Rip on 24 July 2013
Supernice! Catchy tune, fun ideas and quite an amount of anim frames in one file!
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Submitted by metalux on 17 July 2013
Oh well that's a catchy tune. Dr Dre is gonna steal that beat, for what it's worth. Great!
User Comment
Submitted by BHF on 16 July 2013
Lovely demo from you guys, respect for making this in such a short time AND releasing it at Solskogen !
The music is great in my opinion and as Grasstust said, it rocked the partyplace :)
<3 Airplane
User Comment
Submitted by lemming on 16 July 2013
Oh gosh, I can't wait until I turn 40 so I get to be mature enough to no longer enjoy watching asses shake!
No really, that's just incredibly sad and so is the artsy moralizing. :D
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Submitted by BokanoiD on 15 July 2013
Love it! Cool visuals. Awesome minimalist music (MOAR!) and a smidgen of ass-shaking. What's not to like?
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Submitted by grasstust on 15 July 2013
Great work! I loved watching this at the party, a really fun and fast paced demo with a tune that just rocked the party place! I see some people react a bit to the dancing and shaking of ass, but I think a lot of us take as irony and a little fun flash back to the early days. It got a fun reaction at the party. Over all a great release that I hope can inspire and show people that you don't have to use years to make a party demo with quality. Also great to meet all you Offence guys, great guys! BTW: I hope we started a new tradition of beating you in a demo compo! ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Isildur on 15 July 2013
Great music, Love it!
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Submitted by Yogibear on 15 July 2013
Wonderful show! :)
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Submitted by TheRyk on 15 July 2013
state of the art or not, quite impressive and also stylish to me. love everything in this one, thumbs up!
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Submitted by wacek on 14 July 2013
"This must be as close you can get on the C64 to a production like 'State of the Art' by Spaceballs on Amiga"

What? Sorry, but I completely disagree with this statement. And this has nothing to do with the demo itself :)
This is as close to SOTA as intro to Hollywood Poker ;)

User Comment
Submitted by Magnar on 14 July 2013
My first thought was "This must be as close you can get on the C64 to a production like 'State of the Art' by Spaceballs on Amiga".

I really dig this production. It has a really nice and catchy demo flow. The Music is also extremely nice and special. It works very well with the action on-screen, and the synchronizations with the airplane etc - really great. The shake scene I would have left out for something else, but this demo is really a great summer production. Impressed by Kristian pulling this one off with the rest of you Offence'rs. Now I wonder what you will be able to deliver at BFP.... oh-my-god...! ;)
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Submitted by CreaMD on 14 July 2013
I don't have anything against dancing and shaking of ass while doing it (also I don't mind if that ass would be of girl or man, who cares, dancing is one of the greatest ways of feeling and appreciating of music.). What I have to complaint about is that it leaves you wait for more.. !! I feel unsatisfied. ;-) Also, the music is too simplified down just to the basic rythm, I think more could be done on that part too.
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Submitted by hedning on 14 July 2013
Yay! Very nice composition. My favourite is the airplane. :D The ass-shaking destroys some of the charm though (I just see a 40-year old using a little too much energy digitizing 18-year old asses), but still a great demo.
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Submitted by Mermaid on 14 July 2013
So many minus points for the fecking ugly butt shaking screen, but the rest is great, especially the lovely jew's harp music.
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Submitted by PAL on 14 July 2013
Out of the blue it came, i was silented... Did not believe we had a demo at solskogen... And wow kristian myklebust and killsquad made a cool demo!
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Submitted by Joe on 14 July 2013
This looks really great! I think it rounds up not only some of Algorithms techniques, but with an endless looping which I appreciate.
User Comment
Submitted by Matt on 14 July 2013
wow really dig this one!
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