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RGB   [2014]

RGB Released by :
Fairlight [web], Offence [web], Prosonix

Release Date :
25 October 2014

Type :
C64 Demo

Website :

Released At :

Achievements :
C64 Demo Competition at X'2014 :  #3

User rating:*********_  9.2/10 (93 votes)   See votestatistics
*********_  9.5/10 (39 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Alfatech of Hitmen, Offence
  Bjørn Røstøen of Offence, Panoramic Designs
  Pantaloon of Fairlight, Offence
  Perplex of Offence
  Puterman of Fairlight
  Stein Pedersen of Offence, Panoramic Designs, Prosonix
  Zaphod of Antimon, Offence
Music .... Ole Marius Pettersen of Offence, Prosonix
  Stein Pedersen of Offence, Panoramic Designs, Prosonix
Graphics .... Pal of F*A*I*C, Offence
  Stein Pedersen of Offence, Panoramic Designs, Prosonix
Design .... Pal of F*A*I*C, Offence
Linking .... Pantaloon of Fairlight, Offence
Loader .... Krill of Plush

SIDs used in this release :
A Long Gone Irish Girl(/MUSICIANS/P/Prosonix/Pedersen_Stein/A_Long_Gone_Irish_Girl.sid)
The End(/MUSICIANS/P/Prosonix/Pedersen_Stein/End.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/133451/RGB-Fairlight-Offence-Prosonix.zip (downloads: 2272)
ftp://ftp.scs-trc.net/pub/c64/Party/2014/X/RGB.zip (downloads: 197)

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User Comment
Submitted by bepp on 3 August 2015
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Submitted by Jak T Rip on 19 March 2015
Perfectly polished design and consistent design all the way, I like. But what I like most is the superslick in-between-the-parts zoom boxes, they are pure magic. Also the intro is flawless.
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Submitted by psych858o on 8 March 2015
Well....I also can't wait to X'16 ;)
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Submitted by psych858o on 8 March 2015
Just watch it again. Hell of the demo. Like it very much! Keep them coming guys. Can't wait to X'18, or you're cooking something for this year parties? ;)
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Submitted by Sith on 24 November 2014
Lots of gorgeous art and the RGB theme is consistent throughout the whole demo making it a cohesive experience. A bit too many scrollers to my liking but some of them look like art in themselves. The last one was really a nice surprise. The OFP team still going strong. I love your work guys.
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Submitted by BHF on 18 November 2014
Now this is getting a bit stupid... (no edit ftl)

Edit2: Offence, Fairlight & Proxonix delivers once again :)
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Submitted by BHF on 18 November 2014
ubergreat demo once again! And made in such a short timespan :) Gotta love the scrollers, the fab graphics and the music. Hard compo at X but Offence delivers once again ! Top notch :)
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Submitted by grip on 8 November 2014
The more I watch it, the more I love it. The consistent theme and nice transitions ties the effects together beautifully. Excellent graphics and spot on music, especially the "Princess Leia" tune. The twistbar scroller is to die for.
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Submitted by 6R6 on 3 November 2014
Just watched this on my c128dcr using the following configuration : lights dimmed, volume up, coffee and biscuits......
I have to say, a solid production with many nice and crisp details.
Jepsi Pepsi!
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Submitted by Hein on 3 November 2014
Great demo, some things seem recycled/evolved, but that's what the other top X demos have too. The vast amount of graphics are fine, though maybe in some places trying to be abstract when they're not.
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Submitted by Stein on 1 November 2014
@Shadow: We have talked about releasing a music demo with "director's cut" versions of the tunes in RGB. Especially Ole's main tune had to be cut up and rearranged to make it work across 3 disk sides.
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Submitted by Yzi on 1 November 2014
Unfortunately the whole seems to be much less than the sum of its parts. Where is all the sync and coordination between music and visuals? The visuals are full of awesome transitions and hit points, but the music ignores it. And vice versa, the music has hit points, and the visuals ignore them. Also, apart from the first part, I don't like the music at all, the whole score is depressing and distressing. Not my cup of tea at all.
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Submitted by Shadow on 31 October 2014
Solid prod as always from this constellation!

I would really like to hear more of the tune that fades out just around the Leia pic, SID release pls! :)
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Submitted by Axis/Oxyron on 31 October 2014
Awesome work guys. I have to say that this demo is the only one from the x-competition (including ours) that grows on original hardware compared to the compo experience. Best linking and transition work of the whole compo. Thumbs up!
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Submitted by lemming on 30 October 2014
Here we go.. first C64 demo in YouTube in 50fps ;-) (I think!?!?) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfJjRRICzv8
YT needz you to use chrome to get the full framerate, doesn't work with IE11 or latest FireFox at least here.. no idea about Opera.
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Submitted by Bob on 30 October 2014
Yet again boyz awesome polished production and in only 8 weeks...
I just don't understand how in the hell you can do such prods in such a short notice... this is not possible... music as allways is a bless.. gfx as usually hats off.. for that massive amount, and the whole atmosphere you create by making a demo around one long tune.. just fantastic... Art at its peak!.
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Submitted by Clarence on 29 October 2014
Polished flow, great music, neat effects like the 3d bob circle.
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Submitted by Morpheus on 29 October 2014
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Submitted by PAL on 29 October 2014
Thank you so much for the comments and for the best party ever been... X2014 was a real blast and we are the proudest third place WINNERS ever in history and we love to bring a demo to X. We will try to do that always!
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Submitted by Burglar on 28 October 2014
really like the choice to make music leading instead of emphasizing other elements of the demo.

the soundtrack is great, splendid graphics and some parts are mindblowing (rollercoaster, rotating dycp, the ring of balls falling down, etc).

that said, some parts are shown too long and it breaks the flow at times, which is why I voted 4 stars for this one, same as Shape ;)

still, marvelous demo once again :)
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Submitted by Yazoo on 28 October 2014
well done guys :-)
what impresses me the most about this demo is the fact, that you
have managed to put all this together in just 8 weeks :) hats off.
i think it is not my favourite offence/fairlight/prosonix demo, but
still awesome, and i am gonna watch it not just one time.
again you put alot of love and creativity into this... oh, and my
favourite one was the "che" part :-)
also pals gfx, the "offence scrollers" and the overall presentation
were nice as always.
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Submitted by spider-j on 28 October 2014
Nice one. For a 3-sider it feels surpringsly diverting and not so heavy & lenghty like some of your previous works. So thumbs up for that!
That "CHE" part is my favorite.
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Submitted by JackAsser on 27 October 2014
Really really nice update on Iopop's turning torso part here!
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Submitted by DRAX on 27 October 2014
Totally awesome demo and very neat and fitting music ;)
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Submitted by Kristian on 27 October 2014
When seeing it on the big screen this was my favourite. After watching it again I'm not so sure. Superb soundtrack by Prosonix and some sweet effects, but the fillparts takes away some of the flow.
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Submitted by celticdesign on 27 October 2014
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Submitted by Yogibear on 27 October 2014
Fantastic demo with tons of good ideas! Great!
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Submitted by Ant on 27 October 2014
absolutely brilliant music!!!!!!!! yayh!!
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Submitted by grasstust on 27 October 2014
Oh man, I enjoyed this demo sooo much, the relationship between effects/gfx and music is fantastic! Talk about giving a demo a real sound track! Well, anyway, I want to start the "PROSONIX ARMY" now! Again, this demo has the recognizable Offence-style, and if playful and original making me happy by watching! Again, I'm starting more and more the trend to bring real life into demos, and this you also did beautifully here! This truly is one of my all time favourite demos and it's always great meeting you guys and sharing a bit of demo-love!
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Submitted by TheRyk on 27 October 2014
unbelievable how mus bepp looks like cdr data :) great work guys
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Submitted by Ksubi on 26 October 2014
Beautiful as always, 3 disks full of well designed parts (love the scrollers!) and impressive routines.
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Submitted by taper on 26 October 2014
Another solid demo, well crafted! Great picture of Bepp as well. ;)
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Submitted by Photon on 26 October 2014
Loove the bold gfx style. Perfect pwnage :)
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Submitted by Magic on 26 October 2014
Put a limo effect in your next demo gentlemen! :)
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Submitted by Skate on 26 October 2014
Here goes another huge demo from you guys. I'm too tired at the moment for a more detailed review but there were plenty of highlights for me. Nice work once again.
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Submitted by SaphirJD on 26 October 2014
Fairlight & Offence & Prosonix never disappoints :)

Another fascinating product, stylish, fresh, great effects :)
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Submitted by Dr.j on 26 October 2014
Fuckin'n cool demo. great effort
put on this very quality demo from
the famous Trio
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Submitted by Lamb on 26 October 2014
Great stuff, solid effects. But those happy-birthday wishes put together with an obituary stuff just 30 seconds apart wasn't really well-thought.
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Submitted by Mactron on 26 October 2014
Mindblasting, fresh, well polished. Straight 10/10
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Submitted by Jammer on 26 October 2014
Teh Ultimate Scroll Demo. I've watched this prod with a sort of duality in my mind. Another portion of immensely fresh ideas contrasted with quite numerous reprises of old ones. And every fresh idea appeared for the sake of scroller ;) Well, it doesn't bother me at all - it's another 10 production and smile didn't leave my face. Splendid work, guys!
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Submitted by Shine on 26 October 2014
What a H U G E amount of quality!!! <3 ... Mindblasting effects ... awesome graphix ... Thanks for creating this dudes !!! And thanks for the greeting (Delysid) btw. Did anyone see the a**hole-mountain??? ;) Anyway 10/10
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Submitted by Xiny6581 on 26 October 2014
Thanks Hedning! You're true oldschool my friend! :)
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Submitted by Xiny6581 on 26 October 2014
All right! The trio strikes back again. This time the title says "RGB". Stunning graphics splashes the screen with optimized code, where the bits and bytes were put at an exact position to reach the goal! There is no secret what those gentlemen have been up to recently, and it goes far more than drinking coffee, smoking cigarettes, slacking beer after beer in the sofascener's HQ! Hats off for this lovely intense production!
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Submitted by hedning on 26 October 2014
Uploaded from Bolle Boel Beer café in Eindhoven - the natural post X place for Fairlight, Booze Design, Hoaxers, Genesis Project, Abnormal, Darklite, Censor, Triad, Generation 64 and Onslaught. Enjoy!
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