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Transcom & Fairlight Copy Party 1989

Event Type :
Copy Party

AKA :
Devils Party

Dates :
28 - 29 October 1989

Place :
Paris
France

Organizers :
Stinger

Organizer Groups :
Fairlight, Transcom

Competition Results :

C64 Demo
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Digital Dynamite by X-RatedDownload
2Hare Krishna by BabygangDownload
3Might II by YankeesDownload
4Motion by Genesis ProjectDownload
5Perplex by CosmosDownload
6Blob !! by AtomDownload

Productions released outside compos :
Cabal +3 by Genesis Project (Crack)
Devil's Party Votesheet by Fairlight/Transcom (Votesheet)
FC Writter Preview by Future Concepts (Tool)

Attendants : (24)
Antichrist, Bocaderf, Chouans, Crazy Bob, Dino, Dr.Doom, Gadget MCS, Hermes, JR Predator, Loulou Becane, Mordlord, Neon, Papapower, Pi, Salem, Sexologue, Stage, Stinger, SyntaxError, Tagada, The Goblin, The Kurgan, Videokid, Wildhawk

External links :
Paper invitation  (http://www.high-society.at/downloads/inv_Transcom.pdf)

Releases containing information on this event :
Nuz'n'Charts #4  Party Report by Crazy Bob/Yankees
Relax #03  partyreport
Results Transcom/Fairlight Party '89  Results
Sex'n'Crime #06  Party Invitation
Sex'n'Crime #09  partyreport


User Comment
Submitted by wacek on 7 November 2013
Great shot Meatball!
Your theory confirmed by the scrolltext in the demo - updates made. Thanks!

User Comment
Submitted by The MeatBall on 7 November 2013
6th place could be Blob !!/Atom? It's listed as released in october 1989.

User Comment
Submitted by wacek on 9 January 2011
Missing compo entries:

DEMO COMPO:
07. ??? / Squadron
08. ??? / Insert Coin
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