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The Great Kloakkman   [1995]

The Great Kloakkman Released by :
Megastyle

Release Date :
1995

Type :
C64 Demo

AKA :
The Great Kloakkman and His Struggle for Reaching the Toilet Paper without People Looking at Knuckles of Feet

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (2 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Scroll of Jolly Poppers, Megastyle, Relax Magazine Staff
Music .... Lizard of Jolly Poppers, Megastyle
  Rage of Jolly Poppers, Megastyle
  Scroll of Jolly Poppers, Megastyle, Relax Magazine Staff
  Spaceroy of Lurid & Tricycle, Megastyle
Graphics .... Scroll of Jolly Poppers, Megastyle, Relax Magazine Staff
  Sparkler of Megastyle
Charset .... Brooz of Megastyle
  Scroll of Jolly Poppers, Megastyle, Relax Magazine Staff
  Spaceroy of Lurid & Tricycle, Megastyle
  Sparkler of Megastyle


SIDs used in this release :
Piece of Cake 3 (note)(/MUSICIANS/W/Widding_Roy_Johan/Piece_of_Cake_3_note.sid)
Sodasopp(/MUSICIANS/S/Scroll/Sodasopp.sid)
The Great Kloakkman (tune 1)(/MUSICIANS/R/Rage/Great_Kloakkman_tune_1.sid)
The Great Kloakkman (tune 2)(/MUSICIANS/M/Magnar/Great_Kloakkman_tune_2.sid)
The Great Kloakkman (tune 3)(/MUSICIANS/R/Rage/Great_Kloakkman_tune_3.sid)
The Great Kloakkman (tune 4)(/MUSICIANS/M/Magnar/Great_Kloakkman_tune_4.sid)
Uralfjellvals(/MUSICIANS/S/Scroll/Uralfjellvals.sid)


Scrolltext and other text in this release : ()
Giga-DYCP
loader
loader 2
note part
picture text 1
picture text 2
raster stuff
toilet scroll

Download :
ftp://ftp.scs-trc.net/pub/c64/Demos/pal/m/Megastyle/Great_Kloakkman.zip (downloads: 890)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/16967/Great Kloakkman, The.d64.gz (downloads: 271)
http://c64.ch/demos/download.php?id=1865 (downloads: 254)
ftp://ftp.zimmers.net/pub/cbm/c64/demos/pal/misc/The Great Kloakkman.MSP.d64.gz (downloads: 169)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by Croozor on 23 May 2016
Snowed in house - now that's what I call a minimalistic piccy.
User Comment
Submitted by Wile Coyote on 8 May 2011
Always remember receiving this demo through the post back in the day.
It is without doubt my favourite Megastyle demo.

The demo opens with an interlaced image showing 4 people, one of whom appears to be naked. I guess this is Megastyle, but who is who ?

The humorous ‘Great Kloakk Man’ bitmap scrolls upwards onto the screen via the lower border, using 8 pixel wide strips. The ditty suit’s the part well. And there’s a world first lower border DYCP

Hires up scroller note complete with letters raining down, and atmospheric audio is just great.

2 images, swinging left and right, one supposedly FLI, complete with lower border scroller.

Huge DYCP enters the upper and lower border. Great tune. What really makes the part memorable is the background image. Mostly white, hides the borders, with a house sunk in snow. I’ve always picture this the place where Scroll lives, slaving over a C64.

Interesting colour mixing part with large scroller. Again, there’s a great tune playing throughout.

The Longest (single load) Scroll Text Ever. After a long load the text appears. It takes an age to read - guess Scroll typed it while snowed in in that house from a previous part. Another classic tune plays.
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 22 October 2008
scrollers would be easyer and faster to read in a non scrolling text form.
User Comment
Submitted by Jailbird on 22 October 2008
Ah my eyes are bleeding! I demand a smoother scroll preview up there!
User Comment
Submitted by Mace on 22 October 2008
Screendump (yes, it's really called that) updated.
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