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Crepusculo 100%   [2008]

Crepusculo 100% Released by :
Level 64 [web]

Release Date :
1 November 2008

Type :
C64 Demo

User rating:********__  7.9/10 (5 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Ready. of Level 64
  Zed Yago of K2, Level 64
Music .... Intensity of Dekadence, Gheymaid Inc., Level 64
Graphics .... Almighty God of Level 64, No Name, Onslaught
  dmd of Level 64, Surprise! Productions
Loader .... Krill of Plush


SIDs used in this release :
Salomons Chillhouse DJ Set(/MUSICIANS/B/Behdad_Arman/Salomons_Chillhouse_DJ_Set.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/67723/crepusculo3c.d64 (downloads: 996)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 12 February 2010
Oregano for the red girl: El Mac (Graf artist from USA):
User Comment
Submitted by yago on 9 November 2008
I know that these colorschemes are a bit confusing, and will include real, descriptive screens for the next demos.
User Comment
Submitted by assiduous on 9 November 2008
it means that you`re using an old sid emulator,either switch to the 8580 or press space to get past the screen.
User Comment
Submitted by Kickback on 9 November 2008
@assiduous: Ah! Sorry mate didn't mean to sound like a pain. That 2nd pic is what I see? How did you get those is pics? Is this a known issue?

@yago: I will check the files, maybe I just got a bad download or something?
User Comment
Submitted by assiduous on 8 November 2008
@Kickback: i know "broken" means "broken" but i also know that "broken"/"doesnt work" can manifest in afew different ways so its actually helpful if the phenomenon is described somehow. it could be a black screen with 2 vertical red stripes or a purple screen with horizontal stripes or a screen filled with black and white stripes or maybe something else and each problem has a different solution. so it was just a friendly advice seeing that this version had over 100 downloads so it seemed a little bit impossible that nobody had checked it or noone had felt like sharing that it doesnt work.
User Comment
Submitted by yago on 8 November 2008
Kickback: I checked it, this d64 should work. Try to reset the emu, and list directory, should look like:
0 "crepusculo 100% " p1 2a
71    "crepusculo"        prg 
65    "34"                prg 
65    "38"                prg 
33    "32"                prg 
105   "up"                prg 
42    "cr"                prg 
299 BLOCKS FREE.


I assume its a problem with your Browser,OS or Emulator.
User Comment
Submitted by Kickback on 8 November 2008
@assiduous: When I said broken, meant broken as in doesn't work? The reason I said this because like I said the version I had worked (on the emulator) and then when I downloaded from the link about it crashed, blank screen, broken? So I know it doesn't have anything to do with demo? I actually like the demo thats why I wanted to download it again, deleted it on accident. But I understand what you mean, but also that was why I asked if someone could check it out?
User Comment
Submitted by Mace on 7 November 2008
The graphics are very nice, the music is ok (I've heard better from Intensity), but the pace of the demo is just not what I'd like to see.
It's too slow and the vector part goes on for twice too long.
The pace, graphics and music fit well together, though.
User Comment
Submitted by assiduous on 7 November 2008
Kickback i think you should be more verbose on the problem. it is likely that you need to press run/stop at the beginning of the demo if you use an emulator. the other version is broken,the timing is bad even on a real C64.

about the demo it self: nothing particularly impressive but a decent music saves the day. the main effect lasts abit too long. i awarded a bonus point for a working emu detector.
User Comment
Submitted by Kickback on 7 November 2008
I had a problem with this version here? .d64 version when I download it from the link above. But if I go to the main page and pull it up under the last 25 adds I get a zip file which works fine?

Maybe someone should check this out.
User Comment
Submitted by Ⓟrin©ɘss Ⓚn☻ɘki☆ on 3 November 2008
Either I'm missing something, or this just really isn't up to yago's standards. I've seen better stuff from him, find this a bit dissapointing. still not bad though :_)
User Comment
Submitted by Archmage on 2 November 2008
I really like the picture of the girl in profile. Interesting graphics by Almighty God I think.
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 1 November 2008
why is that screen dedicated to me ?! :)
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 1 November 2008
White stripes=emulator detected, press esc (run/stop)
purple stripes=6581 detected (press space), set 8580 to avoid it.
User Comment
Submitted by Testa on 1 November 2008
i like the style and design of this demo.. nice music too... the woman with the gun really looks cool...

User Comment
Submitted by The Dark Judge on 1 November 2008
@saehn: press space at purple screen
User Comment
Submitted by saehn on 1 November 2008
Couldn't get it to work... WinVICE 1.21, 1.22. PAL mode, tried with drive emu on/off, and with emu id on/off. Pressed escape (<--) when black/screen came up, just went to purple/grey frozen screen. Interestingly, in 1.21 b/w screen moves but not in 1.22.

I really would like to see this demo. :-(
User Comment
Submitted by wreg on 1 November 2008
thank you for beeing this honest and not endangering the spacetime continuum by releasing fixes after some time and still adding false 'released at xxx'
User Comment
Submitted by yago on 1 November 2008
The Partyversion of Crepusculo didnt really work on emulators. This one has an emucheck AND is fixed for emulators.
(press escape to skip emutest)
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