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Sweet Cosmo   [1993]

Sweet Cosmo Released by :
Atlantic

Release Date :
30 December 1993

Type :
C64 Demo

Released At :
Elysium & Antia Party (December 1993)

Achievements :
C64 Demo Competition at Elysium & Antia Party (December 1993) :  #6

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (3 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Toaster of Atlantic
Music .... AMJ of Side B, Topaz Beerline
  Avalon of Fairlight, Wrath Designs
  Digger of Atlantic
  Goner of Atlantic
  Jeff of Camelot, Cyberzound Productions, Imagination Developments
  Moon of Flash Inc.
Graphics .... Corpse
  Digger of Atlantic
  Goner of Atlantic
  Mark of Atlantic
Idea .... Toaster of Atlantic
Charset .... Digger of Atlantic
Linking .... Toaster of Atlantic
Concept .... Digger of Atlantic
  Toaster of Atlantic


SIDs used in this release :
Ascend(/MUSICIANS/A/Avalon/Ascend.sid)
Big Mack(/MUSICIANS/X/XPO/Big_Mack.sid)
House(/MUSICIANS/J/Jeff/House.sid)
Monster Jazz(/MUSICIANS/M/Moon/Monster_Jazz.sid)
Party 1993(/MUSICIANS/J/Jeff/Party_1993.sid)
Pashaus(/MUSICIANS/A/AMJ/Pashaus.sid)
Silde - Show(/MUSICIANS/X/XPO/Silde-Show.sid)
Sweet Cosmo - Cosmo Bub(/MUSICIANS/X/XPO/Sweet_Cosmo-Cosmo_Bub.sid)
Sweet Cosmo - Intro(/MUSICIANS/X/XPO/Sweet_Cosmo-Intro.sid)
Sweet Cosmo - Wine Glass(/MUSICIANS/D/Digger/Sweet_Cosmo-Wine_Glass.sid)
Telephoner(/MUSICIANS/X/XPO/Telephoner.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/15870/sweet_cosmo.d64 (downloads: 1138)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by DKT on 18 January 2015
DGGR logos and fonts rules in this demo!!! Fantastic ones.
User Comment
Submitted by Digger on 22 March 2013
Thanks for all the warm comments. This one is really nostalgic one we were like 13-14 years old kids at the time. I guess comparing to what teenagers can do today it's still pretty neat anyway ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by wacek on 11 May 2010
I totally agree with Pal... My taste in demos is similar. More variety in parts, consistency optional - not necessarily crucial (and this is why Arise demos look that way :D). Also, I really hate repetitions in nowadays demos.
User Comment
Submitted by PAL on 11 May 2010
ohhh.... it is due to new music and concepts during the demo oswald... there is something strong in all of us getting new stuff with every presented screen, it do so that the simpler screens do stand out more... instead of one long moodsetter for the whole presentation... I do not say that this demo is the best, because it is clear that it is far from the best, but is sure is more in the heading of what I feel is a demo... he he , in a way it is cooler than a lot newer ones even it is not that great. I think a lot of demos the last years lack because of only one music and more one style during the whole demo, rather than a lot of different stuff that not do fit perfectly together, but they are different in a way... it is a bit more like It's Movin' , and one just must love that in a way even it is old and dusty... ok, go to sleep now PAL...
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 11 May 2010
yeah, typical 'old newschool' style, watching this demo makes me think there's something about these demos that makes them emit very positive vibes. made me cheer up, altho nothing special here & boring by today's standards.
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 10 May 2010
thanks for the confirmation, Wacek =)
User Comment
Submitted by wacek on 10 May 2010
You are right Ian. This is definately a 1993 release, it is even stated so in the header (of the version that I own) :) Entry corrected.
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 10 May 2010
something wrong with the release date here, a demo released in december 1992 couldn't contain Jeff's tune for Party 1993, and it's confirmed by him that the tune was made exclusively for The Party 1993 Invitation
User Comment
Submitted by Ed on 5 December 2006
In restrospect, these types of demos remind me of the beginning of the 1990s new school era, where animated vector graphics (not new, really), text-screens for loaders (not new either...) and pictures in between parts (not even new..). All in all this is not such a bad demo. I especially like the spider in the End logo, something which was quite common in those days...
User Comment
Submitted by A3 on 9 February 2006
Added the group, which year it was done, the demo and a screenshot.
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