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ECCC 2010   [2010]

ECCC 2010 Released by :
Style [web]

Release Date :
25 September 2010

Type :
C64 Demo

Website :
http://style64.org/release/eccc-2010-style

User rating:******____  6.1/10 (6 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Elwix of Driven Staff, Style
Music .... Warnock of Style, The Renegade Programming Group
Graphics .... saehn of Style
Design .... saehn of Style


SIDs used in this release :
ECCC 2010(/MUSICIANS/W/Warnock/ECCC_2010.sid)


Scrolltext and other text in this release : ()
scrolltext

Download :
http://style64.org/file/ECCC_2010-STYLE.zip (downloads: 601)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/91991/ECCC_2010-STYLE.zip (downloads: 229)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by Jak T Rip on 19 May 2011
A really colourful experience. Very stable and nice - well done!
User Comment
Submitted by Joe on 27 September 2010
Scrolling text and curved lines, neat.
It got the looks of being very economical to the means of memory and power,
which I think is a great issue.
Sustainability, comfort and beauty.
User Comment
Submitted by Sledge on 27 September 2010
Nice feeling. Scroll text is the shit...
User Comment
Submitted by daison on 27 September 2010
I mostly liked the effects on the top logo. All in all a nice and colorful production!

And nice to see something from Style being released!
User Comment
Submitted by plagueis on 27 September 2010
Thanks for the attempt at a greet, I am not only in FOE, but KRX, and Avatar as well, and if you look at my release list I've done quite a few pieces of code (and reverse engineering) since I started asm on the 6510 in Oct. 2007, but I also code ML on other platforms such as Amiga, IA32, and consoles. Funny (since I've been doing ML on c64 for 3 years now), but nice to finally hear from all of you guys in a scroll after all this time.

Pretty neat demo guys. Greets to Saehn who has generally been kind to me and my releases. Great work Shane!
User Comment
Submitted by Hoild on 26 September 2010
For some reason the visual design reminds me of one of my fav demos, Mentallic by Panoramic Designs. And that is good, me like!
User Comment
Submitted by Fuzz on 26 September 2010
Nice to see this made its way to CSDb.
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 26 September 2010
Entry unlocked, credits and scrolltext added. Think before locking entries, thank you.
User Comment
Submitted by MagerValp on 26 September 2010
Entry locked, can't add scrolltext:

FEEL WELCOME TO OUR LITTLE ECCC 2010 EXPO DEMO WHICH WE CODED FOR FUN AND RAN FOR LAUGHS IN LOVELY HERON POINT BASEMENT. SOMETHING MORE SURPRISING WAS PLANNED BUT I NEVER GET ANYTHING DONE AT THESE THINGS EVEN WHEN WELL. ON THE OTHER HAND SIX FINISHED WHAT SEEMS TO BE THE FIRST FULLY OPERATIONAL WIZNET BASED CARTRIDGE, PULLING WEB PAGES AND RESPONDING TO NET TRAFFIC WITH IRQ SO ALL WAS NOT LOST. THIS DEMO CONTAINS NEW MUSIC FROM WARNOCK/STYLE AND ART+DESIGN BY SAEHN/STYLE AND CODE BY ELWIX/STYLE AND MORAL SUPPORT BY THE WIZ/STYLE. GREETS TO OUR SCENE FRIENDS WE MET AGAIN LIKE DISKMASTER/FTA (IF ELITE MEANT ANYTHING IN 2010 YOU WOULD BE THE PARAGON FOR PULLING OFF FIVE YEARS), BURNING HORIZON/FTA (THE FLIPSIDE OF A COIN, DISKMASTER ON ONE SIDE, YOU ON THE OTHER... ELITE AND... WELL... OH BTW YOUR SON TRIED TO SQUEEZE ME FOR FIVE BUCKS, EXPECT A WAR DEMO EXPOSING YOUR WEAK PARENTING SKILLS YOU RIPPED FROM DR PHIL), DEMONGER (SO GLAD YOU MADE IT OLD FRIEND), MACBETH/PSW (WIXBOUNCER ON IPHONE... YOU KNOW YOU WANNA), FUZZ/RETRO64 (I HIGHLY APPROVE OF YOUR EXCELLENT SELF PROMOTION, GREAT TSHIRTS), THE KID DLH (THANKS FOR THE AMAZING STORIES FROM THE OLD SCENE AND FOR YOUR COLLECTION), SHADOWM (IRC IN GEOS, EVEN I THINK ITS COOL!), SCHEMA (ALWAYS WITH A COOL PROJECT!) JIM BRAIN (YOU DONT READ SCENE STUFF ANYWAY) LET US ALSO GREET SOME OTHER ACTIVE NTSCERS WE WANT TO SEE MORE FROM, LIKE THE PHANTOM/FOE (TO YOU I GLADLY SAY... BAH, OLD FRIEND!), KICKBACK/VENOM (STOP WASTING YOUR TIME IN CSDB DRAMA THREADS AND RELEASE), DARTH PLAGUEIS/FOE (FOR LOVE OF CBM PLEASE HANDLE CHANGE BUT KEEP UP THE PROGRESS ANYWAY) WATCH OUT FOR OUR NEW TOOL CALLED 'STYLE LOGO LETTER FADE SEQUENCE EDITOR V1.0' AND OUR NEXT TWO DEMOS. SIGNED - SEP 25, 2010.
User Comment
Submitted by FMan on 26 September 2010
Nice effect, yeah, but very simple.
User Comment
Submitted by Rough on 26 September 2010
An NTSC demo? What a surprise.
User Comment
Submitted by Hydrogen on 26 September 2010
Good logo and nice fade effect. I liked.
User Comment
Submitted by Matt on 26 September 2010
credits pretty please?
User Comment
Submitted by Wile Coyote on 26 September 2010
The logo effect was interesting, giving the impression of de-contrasting , along with the illusion of non standard colours.
User Comment
Submitted by The Phantom on 26 September 2010
Thanks for the greets Steve! Miss you and WW... Wish we could move past our pathetic issues...

May the everlasting BAH find it's way to you ;)

PS. Looking forward to the tool as well!!!!
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