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Above & Beyond #01   [2012]

Above & Beyond #01 Released by :
Onslaught [web]

Release Date :
11 September 2012

Type :
C64 Diskmag

AKA :
onefiler mag, making of, scene accomplishments

User rating:*********_  9.3/10 (24 votes)   See votestatistics
**********  9.5/10 (10 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... enthusi of Onslaught, PriorArt, RGCD
Music .... Conrad of Onslaught, Samar Productions, Viruz
Graphics .... Almighty God of Ancients Pledge Inc., Inside, Level 64, No Name, Onslaught
  Bitbreaker of Nuance, Oxyron
  enthusi of Onslaught, PriorArt, RGCD
  iLKke of Funkentstört
  Jeff of Bonzai, Camelot, Cosine, Crest, Viruz
  Moloch of Arkanix Labs, Armageddon, Driven Staff, Retro64
  Peiselulli of Arsenic, Oxyron, Tristar & Red Sector Incorporated, VICE Team
  ptoing
Design .... enthusi of Onslaught, PriorArt, RGCD
Text .... enthusi of Onslaught, PriorArt, RGCD
Interviewed .... Bitbreaker of Nuance, Oxyron
  Fungus of Nostalgia
  Moloch of Arkanix Labs, Armageddon, Driven Staff, Retro64
  Peiselulli of Arsenic, Oxyron, Tristar & Red Sector Incorporated, VICE Team


SIDs used in this release :
Back to Basics(/MUSICIANS/C/Crowley_Owen/Back_to_Basics.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/108678/Above_and_beyond_01.d64 (downloads: 1019)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/108679/above+beyond#01.prg (downloads: 309)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/108704/Back_To_Basics.sid (downloads: 154)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by Cresh on 11 March 2013
#2?
User Comment
Submitted by Rayne on 10 January 2013
@Control: Instead of using a Joystick you can use the keyboard to switch pages, just press Q+U for the next page and Q+T for the previous one ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Control on 28 September 2012
It's lovely to see new diskmags being released these days. Great mag, both content and outfit-wise. Conrad's tune kicks ass, too.

The only thing I was missing is the ability to control the paging from the keyboard.

Kudos for the whole team behind the magazine!
User Comment
Submitted by der_ton on 24 September 2012
Great reading and not too much, no loading or diskswapping, and brilliant music. That's a great package. Big multi-side diskmags often overwhelm me with TOO MUCH to read, in the worst case ending up not being read at all. But that might just be me.
User Comment
Submitted by Motion on 16 September 2012
Looking, reading and sounding very well. Great work guys!
User Comment
Submitted by The Shadow on 15 September 2012
Nice magazine! Very informative. All this compressed into one file too :)
User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 15 September 2012
Yeah nice little mag with nice music! Maybe cursor control would be nice next to joystick?! Just a thought!
User Comment
Submitted by Peiselulli on 14 September 2012
WOW, very much content for a onefiler ...
Respect. And hopefully some other coders will support this mag with interviews/articles.
User Comment
Submitted by Devistator on 13 September 2012
Lovely little mag :)
User Comment
Submitted by Dr.j on 13 September 2012
To me it also reminds the gold old
Driven Magazine. who said mags can't
be 1 file size? friendly menue and intersting texts . thanks guyz!! waiting for the next issue
User Comment
Submitted by TomoAlien on 13 September 2012
Well, this was a fascinating read. It's not just another diskmag, it's a really nice and new one. I like the graphics in here - very nice.

I can't wait for the second issue! Keep up the good work, guys.
User Comment
Submitted by Board Rider on 13 September 2012
This is a very nice release and it looks like an issue of Driven!
User Comment
Submitted by BYB on 12 September 2012
Very intersting stuff in there.
Btw. nice crunching technique.
User Comment
Submitted by Mr. SID on 12 September 2012
A single-file mag? Awesome!
Slick presentation and great articles. Looking forward to more issues...
User Comment
Submitted by Twoflower on 12 September 2012
First new magazine to surface in 6 years - if you don't count SNPFCT, the last one was Recollection in March 2006. Great read - such a wonderful experience to load this on the real thing.
User Comment
Submitted by Heavy Stylus on 12 September 2012
Great content, superb interface. Well done enthusi & all :)
User Comment
Submitted by Jazzcat on 11 September 2012
Great work enthusi, conrad, almighty god and team! This is quite refreshing and nice to see a one-file mag back in the scene again! Much content in this production and the subject matter like what Moloch said, differs from other productions. Cheers!
User Comment
Submitted by Zyron on 11 September 2012
Never use RR 3.8a! After loading something it sets $9EC5 to #$20, something I once learned the hard way here: Rong - Ron's Pong Preview 2.

Nice mag!
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 11 September 2012
GRG: confirmed, must be a RR 3.8a bug, works with RR 3.8b ROM in VICE. Works also good with AR5/6 and TFR 0.8
User Comment
Submitted by Flex on 11 September 2012
Nice release and very classy tune by Conrad! Content a little bit heavy for me but for sure interesting for guys with coding knowledge I guess.
User Comment
Submitted by MagerValp on 11 September 2012
Hard hitting and stylish! Love the interface, love the content.
User Comment
Submitted by 6R6 on 11 September 2012
EDIT: With true drive emulation ON, and loading with retro replay 3.8a - It crashes for me when displaying page 35 (jeff's house picture). ?

using winvice

Interesting to read.

User Comment
Submitted by Moloch on 11 September 2012
It is out! ;)

I'm half way through the articles and its certainly a nice crunchy read. Quite different than the average articles you find in some diskmags these days.

PS - The tile graphics in my interview are outdated, we've updated nearly all of the tiles since then.
User Comment
Submitted by DJ Gruby on 11 September 2012
So, it is finally out! :) It took quite a while to eventually put it together, but what is not delayed these days... ;) Very well done, Enthusi! Thumbs up!
User Comment
Submitted by CONS on 11 September 2012
Wow, its kinda big for a onefiler. And it has it all. Music, gfx, a working interface and good reading material.
The 80chars works well and i find that a really good idea.
What i would like for the next issue, is to read something about the technical specs behind it. Maybe you can write something about that and the possibilities/specifications of including gfx and music(s).
Nevertheless, i am so looking forward to the next issue! All thumbs up!
User Comment
Submitted by Hermit on 11 September 2012
It perfectly fits my taste :)
Thanx for this well designed onefiler mag. The music is so nice too.
User Comment
Submitted by JackAsser on 11 September 2012
Very good Enthusi! And sorry about the article, let's hope to include it in #02!
User Comment
Submitted by Fungus on 11 September 2012
'tis a good read. Thanks for having me in the first issue, I'll try to write something for upcoming issue's. It's nice to have a very "elite" mag to read about interesting topics instead of boring old crap. :D

P.S. 1st!
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