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Crest Slide Story 90%   [2009]

Crest Slide Story 90% Released by :
Crest

Release Date :
18 July 2009

Type :
C64 Graphics Collection

AKA :
deflick0r, show me yours and I'll show you mine

Released At :
LCP 2009

Achievements :
C64 Demo Competition at LCP 2009 :  #7

User rating:**********  9.8/10 (49 votes)   See votestatistics
**********  9.9/10 (23 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Bitbreaker of Goldvotze, Metalvotze, Nuance
  Crossbow of Crest
  S.E.S. of Crest
Music .... Drax of Bonzai, Crest, Maniacs of Noise, Vibrants
  Jeff of Bonzai, Camelot, Cosine, Crest, Viruz
  Linus of Crest, Resource, Tristar & Red Sector Incorporated, Viruz
  Zabutom of Fairlight, Viruz
Graphics .... AmN of Anarchy, Resource
  Carrion of Crest, Elysium
  Creeper of Dual Crew
  Crossbow of Crest
  Cruise
  Cyclone of Crest, Haujobb
  DeeKay of Crest, News Press Magazine Staff
  Deev of Onslaught
  Duce of Extend
  Electric of Extend
  Fazee of Taboo
  Jailbird of Booze Design
  Joe of Crest, Vandalism News Staff, Wrath Designs
  Leon of BugKiller TM, Chorus, Resource, Singular
  Poison of Singular
  ptoing of Crest, Prollcoder, Red Brand
  Tempest of Fairlight
  Twoflower of Triad
  Tyrant of Exceed, Resource, Therapy
  Valsary of Elysium
Idea .... DeeKay of Crest, News Press Magazine Staff
Text .... DeeKay of Crest, News Press Magazine Staff
Charset .... DeeKay of Crest, News Press Magazine Staff
Linking .... S.E.S. of Crest
Concept .... DeeKay of Crest, News Press Magazine Staff


SIDs used in this release :
Ashes to Ashes(/MUSICIANS/L/Linus/Ashes_to_Ashes.sid)
Break-up(/MUSICIANS/D/DRAX/Break-up.sid)
Chronos in Time(/MUSICIANS/L/Linus/Chronos_in_Time.sid)
The Pyramid Song(/MUSICIANS/L/Linus/Pyramid_Song.sid)
Touching Cloth(/MUSICIANS/J/Jeff/Touching_Cloth.sid)


Contains information on the following event(s) :
LCP 2009  

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/77572/CrestSlideStory0.9.zip (downloads: 3437)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 14 August 2010
The converter has finally been released!

Mufflon V1.0
User Comment
Submitted by Geir on 21 May 2010
Agree PAL. Amazing cover by Linus. Alot of great music in this release, from Jeff and Drax aswell. :)
User Comment
Submitted by FATFrost on 22 April 2010
Can i has converter? Purleeeeeeeeas!?!?!

(^_^) !
User Comment
Submitted by Linus on 22 April 2010
B)
User Comment
Submitted by PAL on 22 April 2010
Today I have listened to the side two tune cover of bowie for almost 3 hours... it is so good this one, I LOVE IT! tHE DEMO BUGS AFTER SOME TIME AFTER THE LAST SCREEN OF SIDE TWO HAS LOADED, THEN ONE MUST RESTART DTHE DEMO TO GET TO THE TUNE AGAIN... IT IS JUST THE BEST!
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 10 March 2010
'touching cloth' - i kurwa pozamiatane!!!
User Comment
Submitted by The Shadow on 1 January 2010
This is an outstanding slideshow of incredible art!
User Comment
Submitted by irwin on 22 December 2009
"DeeKay on 15 September 2009:
irwin: soon! ;-) We found a bug in the converter that still needs fixing, but we'll hopefully be done soon!"

THANKS! but i must to clarify about word "soon" ;) and ask in approximately, when?

Any chances before this event? http://www.tinyurl.pl?NC8OV9f1
User Comment
Submitted by Linus on 15 November 2009
Scheisse? O_o

Ownage!
User Comment
Submitted by Street Tuff on 14 November 2009
SCHEISSE!
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 15 September 2009
irwin: soon! ;-) We found a bug in the converter that still needs fixing, but we'll hopefully be done soon!
User Comment
Submitted by irwin on 4 September 2009
btw. When NUFLI converter will be available?
User Comment
Submitted by Valsary on 27 August 2009
Non-flickering IFLI pictures...well, we can say that the dreams came true :) Thank You Crest :)
User Comment
Submitted by booker on 14 August 2009
Quoting booker
DeeKay - well, em, lameme only checked this with Vice (gotta check with C64+TV and LCD yet) and none of other pics flickers besides the mentioned one. So I dunno why it does so. %) But aparently must be Vice's `feature` :))


Nope - I've found it's one of the LCD monitors here I use does the flickering.
User Comment
Submitted by Jojeli on 6 August 2009
So... Let's see what we've got during the past year or so: Two C= parties bigger and better than ever, Edge of Disgrace, four 8-bit digi channels plus two SID channels and ALL can be filtered. And now you throw this at my face.

In -93 I thought that C64 scene was dead and nothing new was to come. I'm very glad to admit - I was wrong. :)
User Comment
Submitted by FATFrost on 31 July 2009
about bloody time too!! ;)
User Comment
Submitted by PAL on 31 July 2009
yes the logos and that part were really overseen by the scene I think as I think that part is great too... Well, I am pixeling on the c64 again and we will create another wonder... ha ha...
User Comment
Submitted by FATFrost on 31 July 2009
like i said before, the scene right now is like 1992 all over again!!! i remember watching emotional breakdown while scoffing some snacks in my bedroom after finishing my paper round! what bliss... the quality of releases now it comparable to back then... oh and btw @PAL, i loved the preview/advert that you and Geir produced with the excellent group logos and digi music!!! i still watch that today!
User Comment
Submitted by PAL on 30 July 2009
This is what I call a blast... what beautiful graphics you have gathered in here and the versions on display is just soo interesting and amazing. When that Bowie tune hits the speakers I feel like I am in nirvana... that is one of my favs sids right there together with the last one from Geir... c64 is pretty cool after all these years... hmmm...
User Comment
Submitted by booker on 30 July 2009
DeeKay - well, em, lameme only checked this with Vice (gotta check with C64+TV and LCD yet) and none of other pics flickers besides the mentioned one. So I dunno why it does so. %) But aparently must be Vice's `feature` :))
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 30 July 2009
booker: it's technically impossible that it flickers! ;-) But sometimes monitors or overheating VIC-chips introduce "dot-creep", that seems to move. Song of Fall has large checkerboard-rastered areas, and any color-change (such as e.g. checkerboard mixing colors) can cause dot-creep!
User Comment
Submitted by booker on 30 July 2009
I think "Song of all" by Leon flickers a bit in few places :) Found the hidden part, yay \o/

btw. amazing stuff with this NUFLI
User Comment
Submitted by Morpheus on 29 July 2009
I never liked that flickering stuff, so a big thumb up for a job well done!
User Comment
Submitted by Inge on 28 July 2009
Check how to find it in the hidden parts section ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by FATFrost on 28 July 2009
pah! even with the hints its very hard to find! i looked in the dinner picture too but couldn't see anything! i'm gonna get the action replay on this bitch! ;)
User Comment
Submitted by FATFrost on 28 July 2009
Secret Dinner in the Corner? hmmm
User Comment
Submitted by SIDWAVE on 27 July 2009
In the train pic in the editor, is a hidden message written in the grey area lower right.
User Comment
Submitted by Medicus on 26 July 2009
@Linus: Wonderful cover. How about "Life on Mars"? :) :)
User Comment
Submitted by Medicus on 26 July 2009
Überrulung! Though its not really a demo, right ;).
User Comment
Submitted by Shaun_B aka C02 on 26 July 2009
Does this production not work on a 128D-Cr? I keep getting a message saying "DRIVE ERROR!" when loading it.
User Comment
Submitted by Mactron on 24 July 2009
Wow ! Total impressiv what i see.
A new standart is born. 10+

User Comment
Submitted by v3to on 24 July 2009
after watching css on the big screen, real c64, emulator and studying the format restrictions i totally agree with you deekay that this really is the future for c64 graphic stills. most people at the compo did not seem to mention the differences to the original ifli classics - at the end of the day this is an impressive fact. forget the 7th place: you started a revolution.
User Comment
Submitted by HCL on 24 July 2009
There is a certain scent of quality in the Crest-productions ever since Avantgarde 15+ years ago. Eventhough the group has been through some hard times, there is no trace of that in here. Decent code + music + graphic + design all through..

#7 in the compo does not reflect on anything really, personally i think it should have been released outside the demo-compo.
User Comment
Submitted by Geir on 24 July 2009
@DeeKay, jepsi pepsi, that was the demo.
User Comment
Submitted by Stainless Steel on 24 July 2009
Who are you ? Follinus or rather Ray Linuzarek.
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 23 July 2009
Geir: you probably mean Linusses Work in Still Ready
User Comment
Submitted by Geir on 23 July 2009
@Linus, that Norman tune went over the speakers at LCP, where did it come from then? Anyone?
User Comment
Submitted by DRAX on 23 July 2009
Actually the tune is called "Break-up"
User Comment
Submitted by DRAX on 23 July 2009
Thanks Hydrogen and Psycho... It's actually partly a conversion of a Blackfield song called "Blackfield" - it's not a 1:1-conversion far from... I think most of the tune is done in 2005 and then I rushed to add some bits in the end as Roland and DK needed it to be a little longer ;)
User Comment
Submitted by psych858o on 23 July 2009
I'm speechless! What a soundtrack - Linus (you 8580 GOD!! ;)),Drax (what a tune!!!) and Jeff (your tune is also fantastic Soren!)
User Comment
Submitted by Linus on 23 July 2009
Thanks Geir, but ... uhm ... there aren't no Paul Norman remixes in *this* particular release ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Geir on 23 July 2009
Great production guys. And bow to the king of 8580, Linus! Love the Tim Follin approach on the Paul Norman tunes, blended with your style. Luvely! The rest is masterpieces aswell. Jeff's tune "Touching Cloth" is VERY lovely also (Finally you released something;) )
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 22 July 2009
There's a hiddenpart that I myself did not know about till yesterday! 8) Can you find it? The only hint I'm gonna give is: there IS a hint, and please look at EVERYTHING in the release! ;-D
And yes, it's worth it, it's a worldfirst Effect! ;-D
User Comment
Submitted by Radiant on 22 July 2009
The equally excellent originals:

Chronos
Pyramid Song
Ashes to Ashes

Thank you, Linus (and Zabutom)!
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 22 July 2009
Btw: here's the thread about everything NUFLI!... Including comparison pics before manual treatment and after and tutorials on how to make pictures look better! Just for those interested! ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 22 July 2009
Shok: Why'd you vote 9 then? <:-)
User Comment
Submitted by Shokray on 22 July 2009
been listing to chronos_in_time.sid a few hours now, what a wonderful oldschool like track. 10/10
User Comment
Submitted by Graham on 22 July 2009
It should be mentioned that on the bigscreen you could not see the high resolution and non-flicker of the images. Explains the 7th place.
User Comment
Submitted by MAC on 21 July 2009
Great, can't wait for it!
User Comment
Submitted by Linus on 21 July 2009
@MAC: Exactly.
User Comment
Submitted by MAC on 21 July 2009
@ Linus
I wonder that the sid file of pyramid song is named "Preview". Is it not finished yet?
Will there be another longer version or something?
User Comment
Submitted by Linus on 21 July 2009
Added the other sidfiles aswell.
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 21 July 2009
Frantik: I know - it *is* a slideshow, check the name! <:-) I explicitly told the guys to let the audience decide if it should be partaking in the democompo, didn't anyone ask?
We'd have been fine with an out-of-compo release, too! ;-) We just don't want to bore anyone!...
User Comment
Submitted by Frantic on 21 July 2009
Deekay: I think most people really liked it, but the "problem" was probably more that it didn't completely fit into the traditional category of "demo" since it is leaning more towards a slide show.. ...so I basically think that the placement in the compo is a bit irrelevant in this case. Everyone agrees that it is top quality in any case. Thumbs up for this great stuff!

...but yes.. Of course you're right about showing this with a projector too. The difference between the initial pictures and the zoingFLIboing pictures was not really visible on the bigscreen.
User Comment
Submitted by SanderFocus on 21 July 2009
The music is too awesome <3

The new mode looks really exciting, however - any mode which has 'Xth line can do x colors and the Yth line only xxx', is not a very native intuitive standard for creating pixel graphics. (i personally hate it :)
Gotto thumb up the effort though! And the results are really amazing.

(and, i also noticed that boner - nice details :)
User Comment
Submitted by Motion on 21 July 2009
@deekay: Good thing that I downloaded Top Gear as soon it was released on the torrents! I do miss UK TV! ...although the c64 is my true entertainment constant in life. Thanx for this special marker in my memory banks. :) Oh, that spacebar invoked 'loading' screen is wicked. ...I'm happy, hope you're happy, too. ;)
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 21 July 2009
Haha, fantastic, somebody noticed the rabbit's boner! ;-D

"Ashes to Ashes" coincidentially was played in the current episode of "Top Gear" i saw yesterday.. Unfortunately not Linus' version! ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by Motion on 21 July 2009
This is a stunning moment in c64 history! Presented with such great humour and attention to detail - it really is a pleasure to behold. I am genuinely overjoyed! The rabbits 'erection' poking through the hat was a huilarious moment - not only are you code and pixel wizards, but also scholars of subtle humour, too! :)

Linus - a fantastic arrangement of Ashes to Ashes - I love this David Bowie track!
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 20 July 2009
Carrion just tells me that people totally did not get the concept of the slideshow on LCP - since projectors don't show any flicker, resulting in many people being seriously confused and a rather bad placing... I had already feared this and instructed Joe to warn people about the main idea of the whole thing probably not showing on a projector, but apparently it ran at the very end of the compo (can't blame the orgas for that! ;-) at ridiculous-o-clock and Joe had long gone home... Ah, whatever, apparently ppl do appreciate it anyway, watching it on their own machines! ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by gorans on 20 July 2009
Brilliant.
just... no JSL pics in there is a real shame. :)
User Comment
Submitted by MAC on 20 July 2009
I'm also very impressed by the Pyramid Song on disk3. So intense! I love it's dark and mysterious atmosphere.
For me the most impressive piece of sid-music i've heard in a long time.
User Comment
Submitted by Edhellon on 20 July 2009
Yay to deflick0r \o/ Totally Crest. I really dig the (sorta) new graphicsmode, but I honestly find 3 disksides a bit too ezcessive... :)

Looking forward to try that converter for some new demo gfx. :)
User Comment
Submitted by enthusi on 20 July 2009
Whoa! this is incredible (for real, might not have believed if not seen on c64 :).
Im a bit afraid of noobs converting their wired stuff into NUFLI now, where PETSII would have been sufficient - but hell, cant blame this gem here for it!
I feel a disturbance of the fore :)
User Comment
Submitted by Dane on 19 July 2009
Wow, a technical achievement for sure to write that converter. Looking good!
User Comment
Submitted by PopMilo on 19 July 2009
Well, my girlfriend liked the rabbit the most :)

Trully amazing ... Now if I could just get my hands on a real c64 to try it now... I'm to far away from home... will have to wait at least 10 hours and 17 minutes to turn it on and see that last interlaced logo part in all its glory!!!
User Comment
Submitted by Burglar on 19 July 2009
crest pushes the limit up again. instant jaw-dropper. great selection of pics too, really cool we can see em flick0rless ;)

intro+outro are very nice too, animations are top notch and homer rules

really looking forward to see new NUFLI pics.
User Comment
Submitted by Barfly on 19 July 2009
Shame on you guys, Mietaa by Duce is not shown correctly ;) Respect!
User Comment
Submitted by Radiant on 19 July 2009
What's really impressive here is the music. Linus is not human. Major respect for handling the time signature in "Pyramid Song" so well.
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 19 July 2009
Wile: the first image being unselectable is actually not a bug, but technically not possible - because it's integrated directly into the intro!
Disk A-C vs 1-3 is incoherent, yes, will be fixed!...

selecting sth from the imageselector loading the endpart works just fine here, both vice and real thing!
User Comment
Submitted by Deev on 19 July 2009
WOW!

I feel more excited watching this than I have watching anything for years! I've wanted this for so long, I want to kiss you all! :)

The sheer amount of time taken to pixel something in MUFLI is always what's put me off. When I drew "Blown a Wish" (cheers for recommending it Wec!) it was pixelled in the C64's resoloution on a PC with the intention of trying to match the pixels as best I could in the MUFLI editor, but I ran out of time and patience and so quickly converted it to IFLI instead.

I once suggested somewhere on this very site that it would be great to have a tool that converted my C64 graphics to these hires modes, but I never thought it would happen, or they would seemingly look so great!

The thought of working at the C64's resoloution with the C64's palette and NOT having to worry about shitty gfx modes is like a dream come true!

Just out of interest, did you find it works better with some pics over others? (though there does seem a wide variety of styles on show here). Anything you put through it that just looked like crap converted to NUFLI?
User Comment
Submitted by lbp on 19 July 2009
wow insane impossible this rocks
User Comment
Submitted by daison on 19 July 2009
Thank you crest :)
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 19 July 2009
Wile: We actually planned to have this, like so many other great pics that are not in the collection. But we needed to finish this for LCP. So that's why there will be CSS2! :-)
User Comment
Submitted by Mace on 19 July 2009
Err, isn't this very painfull to the VIC chip? :-D
User Comment
Submitted by Grue on 19 July 2009
Very nice, very nice indeed!
End part doesn't seem to to work with my REAL C64 (breadbox) equipped with 1541Ultimate, I tried it for several times, one time end part ran for some seconds, other tries I just got "Ready." prompt.

edit: ok, I forgot to disable REU emulation as well from 1541U, with REU disabled it seems to work :)
User Comment
Submitted by Hydrogen on 19 July 2009
Amazing trick & collection... I liked that rabbit animations so much:)
Also logos in the end screen are fabulous.
And the end tune from Drax is really sad and perfect.
User Comment
Submitted by lucadip on 19 July 2009
Excellent, congratulations!
User Comment
Submitted by MacGyver on 19 July 2009
Seeing ain't believing. Thumbs up!!
User Comment
Submitted by psych858o on 19 July 2009
Chronos in Time - Sascha,great tune my friend. Excellent production. Crest is the Best ! ;)
User Comment
Submitted by _V_ on 19 July 2009
Another feat by Crest! Good luck to the new members :)

It's going to be interesting seeing pictures which are finetuned for this mode... because these conversions may be nice, but it is easy to see how they (the original pictures) have been coloured and "over-dithered" to take advantage of the interlace effect.

Electric's pictures are the best, of course :)
User Comment
Submitted by Hoild on 19 July 2009
As Jailbird said, interlace still has its uses. A few examples:

1. creating a 'depth of field' effect by using matching even/odd fields in one layer of a composition and interlacing another layer. It can create a good 'out of focus' effect.

2. optimizing for large projector displays.

3. adding literally vibrant colours or adding strong emphasis to a particular part of the picture.

So Long Live Interlace, having options is always a good thing. \;]>
User Comment
Submitted by Tao on 19 July 2009
Yay! Good riddance to interlace!
User Comment
Submitted by ptoing on 19 July 2009
This came out nice. I could see hardly any difference in the pictures I know more intimately from looking at them for too long. Not even in my Assvis one.
Sorry Deekay that I did not manage to produce anything new for this T_T
User Comment
Submitted by Mäestro AmN on 19 July 2009
... and im happy to see one of my pic in this collie, thanks!
User Comment
Submitted by Hoild on 19 July 2009
A perfect ten would only be due for a slideshow of all original pictures in the new screenmode. So a 9 it is, and respect for the effort involved.
User Comment
Submitted by Hermit on 19 July 2009
This is the case when a perfectly developed technology meets perfect talents..an unbelievable C64 masterpiece.
Best of Crest collections I've seen already :)
Guys, Stay in C64 world forewer, these pictures bring colours & lights out from the screen to my life.
User Comment
Submitted by Almighty God on 19 July 2009
That's why I still switching on this computer... There is no limits?
Congratulations mates, great stuff... I'm not much into Ifli pics etc... but I'm looking forward for the cross plattform tool due that looks it's quite difficult to paint a picture in the real machine editor.

User Comment
Submitted by Jailbird on 19 July 2009
BTW, truly amazing, and no more eye-battering flickering, but the interlace blurring still might be quite useful when painting exclusively for bigscreens =)
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 19 July 2009
Apparently this does not work with the very latest cutting edge versions of VICE. Probably a bug got introduced in VICE, since it works on all the versions before - as well as on the real machine!

Oh, btw: we totally forgot to mention that you can speed up loading by hitting space and freeze with shift-lock!
User Comment
Submitted by Mäestro AmN on 19 July 2009
Small step for a man, big step for humanity.
User Comment
Submitted by FATFrost on 19 July 2009
YO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

NOW I AM HAPPY FOREVER!!


User Comment
Submitted by Hydrogen on 19 July 2009
WTF!
User Comment
Submitted by grennouille on 19 July 2009
Fantastic ! Looking GREAT! with no flickers in Vice (Pal mode). So in a hurray I transfered the d64 on real disks to be played on my NTSC C64... ARGGGHHHHH..... sniff sniff
User Comment
Submitted by Clarence on 19 July 2009
Super nice, as always... Liked the end screen most.
User Comment
Submitted by Skate on 19 July 2009
Amazing! I'm crying now. There are the tears of happiness ;) There is nothing much to say. A god is alwasy a god.
User Comment
Submitted by Leon on 19 July 2009
dk: this is a simple VISUAL ORGASM!!!!!!!!!!! \o/ ;_)
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 19 July 2009
Wile: weird. Do you have some cartridge plugged? apparently i seems to work in VICE for everyone else (hell, it was coded and mostly pixelled in VICE!), so the problem is probably on your side...
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 19 July 2009
Haha, Leon, what I wouldn't have given to see your face! ;-D Actually I wanted to give you a preview of your gfx in NUFLI on Breakpoint just to see your reaction, but you weren't there - much to Crossbows delight, because he didn't want me to "ejaculate prematurely", so to say! ;-D

Make sure to check out the tooldisk, there's even more of your pics (and even way, way more on my HD, hehe!)
User Comment
Submitted by Leon on 18 July 2009
IMPOSSIBLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 18 July 2009
wile: do you have true drive emu enabled? It should work with that, no matter if it's VICE or the real thing (i tested it)

Oh, and whoever uploaded that screenshot: thanks, but please don't rape those pictures by adding ugly dithering pixels..
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 18 July 2009
okay, stupid me, i changed the filename of the second file when styling the directory! just added a working version with prettier directories...
User Comment
Submitted by Jailbird on 18 July 2009
Flored

I'll miss you, interlace... :'( *sniff*
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 18 July 2009
WVL: it's basically "just" MUFLI without the multicolor option and FLIbug GFX (2 spritelayers, one mcol, one hires, plus sprite-colorchanges of all 4 colors and 2 lines of full bitmap color in every char (rest grey)) instead.. plus the 40th char-column in plain AFLI... and a Rasterbar-option, since we now cover the whole width of the screen, hehe.. Read the scrolltext, it's explained in there.. or better check out the editor and hit retuen!
User Comment
Submitted by WVL on 18 July 2009
Amazing quality :)

But what are the specs for NUFLI?
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 18 July 2009
still watching, fucking awesome, wow and wow :)
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 18 July 2009
it works just fine in VICE (well, at least the current version with the boring directory!), but you need to enable true drive emu...
User Comment
Submitted by Nitro on 18 July 2009
It works using the image requester, from tooldisk. Congratulations, extremely impressive work, my jaw dropped ;)
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 18 July 2009
ah damn.. no, the emu is not to blame, me tinkering around with dir-god is to blame! 8( Dunno what it did, but apparently it fucked up the demo! Whatever, I'm uploading the working compo version with the rather plain & simple directory..
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 18 July 2009
there you go.. enjoy 36 minutes (without skipping) of awesome graphics! ;-) Can't be assed to make an anigif screenshot now, too tired, too hungry and the GF's waiting..
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