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Sonder Bar 4k   [2011]

Sonder Bar 4k Released by :
Onslaught [web]

Release Date :
26 February 2011

Type :
C64 4K Intro

Released At :
BCC Party #5

Achievements :
Mixed Competition at BCC Party #5 :  #6

User rating:********__  8.3/10 (12 votes)   See votestatistics
********__  8.3/10 (7 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... enthusi of Onslaught, PriorArt
Music .... Conrad of Onslaught, Samar Productions, Viruz
Graphics .... Veto of Arsenic, Oxyron


SIDs used in this release :
Sonder Bar(/MUSICIANS/C/Crowley_Owen/Sonder_Bar.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/95733/sonderbar.prg (downloads: 1323)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by ferris on 2 July 2011
What Jammer said!
User Comment
Submitted by Sorex on 1 March 2011
first $d020/21 scroller I saw was in '90, not sure if it was the first one and the splits are smaller tho.

it's the last part in this Shit demo (don't flame me, the group is called like that :P)

Wrroooapp
User Comment
Submitted by enthusi on 28 February 2011
misread LAX first. Sure SAX should do, nice idea!
But a pain to consider during editing Im sure ;-)
I will consider this...there should be about 50 useful combinations.

UPDATE:
check here for a full version of the gfx and some SAX implementation:
Sonder Bar Redux (PRS)
User Comment
Submitted by Ninja on 28 February 2011
@enthusi: No 4th color with SAX? :)

@mankeli: There have also been $d020-scrollers before (e.g. upscroller in Darwin)
User Comment
Submitted by mankeli on 28 February 2011
this mode is used before in at least 2 prods ( Roots and Siege 64 ), but this one is still very nice.
User Comment
Submitted by HCL on 27 February 2011
Horrible, but wonderful!
User Comment
Submitted by Wile Coyote on 27 February 2011
Cool.

I had the same idea years ago. My idea did not included scrolling the image, but simply displaying a static image built from rasters, and possibly flickering for extra colour.
User Comment
Submitted by Skate on 27 February 2011
original usage of raster splits. great idea and clean effect. thumbs up.
User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 27 February 2011
To my mind this was THE highlight at the party though many of the party guests - due to lack of understanding or for reasons I can't see - did not really appreciate it in the way this release deserves it, being innovative!
User Comment
Submitted by SanderFocus on 27 February 2011
Wow! Beautiful to me, this is probably my fave new gfx mode since interlaced PETSCII.
I could do without the 'ONS'-screen myself, but it's a 4k 'demo' afterall :)

Reminds me a bit of some Atari 2600 mode, but i guess on c64 some nice transitions/animations would be possible too with these rasters. Hope to see this mode explored more - i certainly feel tempted.
User Comment
Submitted by enthusi on 27 February 2011
@iAN read production notes ;-)
What good would a 'new mode' be without acronym? We chose to call it "PRS" for permanent raster split ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by The Shadow on 27 February 2011
A swan made from split rasters. Very cool.
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 27 February 2011
conrad, you're insane! the mode itself reminds me heavily of atari 2600 :D
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 27 February 2011
excellent, but you have forgotten to make up an acronym for this new "graphix mode" ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Yazoo on 27 February 2011
not a real beauty, but a nice attempt to kick out something which is a bit different - so good job
User Comment
Submitted by Jazzcat on 27 February 2011
Very nice swan. That first moment when you watch it, how did he... oh.., rasters :D
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