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Breakpoint 2006

- Rumble in the Jungle

Event Type :
Demo Party

Dates :
14 - 17 April 2006

Place :

Website :

Organizers :
Bitbreaker, FRaNKy, giZMo, Groepaz, kb, Ragnarok, Scamp, Scoup, Viscid

Competition Results :

C64 Demo
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Non Plus Ultra 64% by SingularDownload9.08.8
2Error 23 90% by Resource, The DreamsDownload9.18.9
3Animatron by Tristar & Red Sector Inc.Download6.7
4Unicorn by ChorusDownload8.88.9
5Beach Party 1988 by Megahawks IncorporatedDownload6.0
6S!P BP06 Beertro by Surprise! ProductionsDownload
7Prophecy & Fate by CivitasDownload5.2
8Opera Omnia by BennysoftDownload

C64 4K Intro
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Artefacts by PlushDownload9.89.8
2Fourking by DekadenceDownload8.08.0
3SPLTTRMNKY by TriadDownload

C64 Music
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1R.E.E.D. by ReedDownload
2Alles Lüge by HoneyDownload
3All You Know (Is Wrong) by FantaDownload7.6
4Sun-Ra On Saturn by ne7Download
5Another Rush of Blood by dalezyDownload
9One Way by HenneDownload
12Zmatlanec by noolyDownload

C64 Graphics
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
2Rumble in the Jungle by BitbreakerDownload5.2
3Bald by DecompracidDownload5.9

C64 Game
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Pinball Dreams C64 PreviewDownload9.7

WiLD Demo
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
6Brotkaestchen by FarbrauschDownload

Productions released outside compos :
Advanced Space Battle Deluxe +1D by Dicke Eier Weihnachtsfeier (Crack)
Breakpoint 06 c64 Graphics Seminar by Crest (Misc.)
C64-coding workshop, first steps by Metalvotze (Misc.)

Attendants : (118)
A.L.F., Aslive, Bass Cadet, Benny, Benson, BeRo, Bert, Bitbreaker, Bombe, Brainstorm, Bytecult, Cargo, Chaotic, Clarence, Copyfault, Cosowi, Count Zero, Curt Cool, dalezy, Decompracid, DeeKay, Devistator, Digiman, Dipswitch, DJefke, Doc Bacardi, Drago MacKayb, Edhellon, Emoon, Exile, Exin, Fanta, Farfar, fieserWolf, FRaNKy, Frost, Gargaj, giZMo, Gregg, Groepaz, gtip, H-Bloxx, Han Solo, Henne, Homecat, Honey, IceDragon, iopop, Irata, Itch, Jack, Jihad, Joe Forster, Jule, kb, Krill, L.A.Style, Leon, Luisa, MacGyver, Mad, MadenMann, Magic, Map, Minksler, Mr. Curly, ne7, Ninja, Nitro, nooly, Nosfe, Okkie, Oswald, Poison, Premium, Prince, Proteque, Prowler, Qdor, Ragnarok, Rebb, Reed, Response, RoBoCop, Rudi, Santa Claus, Scamp, Seba, Seven, Sir Garbagetruck, Soci, Spenot, Street Tuff, Suschman, Syntax, Tecmo, tFt, The Magical Garfield, The Megabrain, The Mysterious Art, ThunderBlade, Tomcat, Toninator, Tough Grafix Inc., Uncle Tom, Unlock, Vigo, Vincenzo, Violator, Viscid, Visualice, Warp 8, Weasel, Widdy, wreg, WVL, Zaner, Zealot

External links :
Official results (all platforms)  (ftp://ftp.untergrund.net/breakpoint/2006/results.txt)
Breakpoint photos by DCMP  (http://uk.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/spa8blauw/album?.dir=32f3)

Releases containing information on this event :
Breakpoint 2006 Invitation  
Digital Talk #79 [german]  

User Comment
Submitted by nooly on 10 May 2006
it was very cool party, i enjoyed not only c64 productions =)

User Comment
Submitted by Jak T Rip on 3 May 2006
Thank you, Murdock, for showing me that I'm not the only person who dislikes to download dozens of d64 files with just one 4k intro in them - good old party disks rule!

User Comment
Submitted by V-12 on 24 April 2006
Too bad that this demo wasn't showed properly :(

Question to organisers: will be there any official pack with all C64 releases? Would be cool to have all msx and gfx and intros in one disc than download 20 separated files.

User Comment
Submitted by G-Fellow on 19 April 2006
Franky said: "...we cannot show the same graphic effect over and over again on the bigscreen."

Edit: So you organisers decided to kill the demo becourse one effect was some seconds to long? That makes absolutly no sence. And you made the demo off before the best effects of the demo was shown! Also the tune got later some good changes, also not shown. And a work of 2 years from Bytecult are done for nothing. He worked together with Zeitgeist only in his spare time. We are very disappointed.

Edit: You stoped the demo after the scrolling Pantheon.

User Comment
Submitted by FRaNKy on 19 April 2006
G-Fellow, I'm sorry if you found that we (BP Organizing) did not show your demo till the end. Myself and Bitbreaker watched it till the end multiple times and, honestly, altho the graphics and music are quite good we cannot show the same graphic effect over and over again on the bigscreen. All demos were available for download on the Party FTP so people could look at them later on their own.

And yes there were some network issues during the C64 compo that even I got 'slightly' upset about and we've already started working on this so that it will not happen again.


FRaNKy - BP2006 C64 Organiser.

User Comment
Submitted by A3 on 19 April 2006
Yeah there where some problems with some of the c64 demos. Singular and TRSI had some problems too. They did re-show the Singular demo which was great, but when asked if we wanted to see the TRSI demo again no one was that interested.

User Comment
Submitted by G-Fellow on 19 April 2006
I´am really ANGRY about the organisers at the Breakpoint 2006 ! I have read at this moment the party report from Bytecult per e-mail! And what must i read? In the half way of our demo "Prophecy and Fate" they STOPPED THE PRESENTATION ! >_< And they dont restarted it!!! The best parts of the demo and the music was not shown!! That is cheating! Btw. by other C64 demos on the party was also problems, and they restarted the demos but NOT OUR DEMO! Blame on BP2006 for that! Bytecult was going to the organisers but nobody helped him and they was unfriendly! Later Bytecult talked to one of the C64 BP organisers, and Bytecult asked for a statemend to put on the web-and voting side of the BP 06 that the demo was not completly shown. The organiser said that will be made, but on the next day Bytecult checked the page for this, and there stand nothing. Now is Bytecult total disappointed and he will never do such a big projekt. And iam angry now. Look what for demos are before us! No wonder when only the half demo and best effects of our demo are not shown. 2 places higher that would be realistic for us.

User Comment
Submitted by CreaMD on 18 April 2006
Graham: Et tu, Brute?

User Comment
Submitted by Graham on 17 April 2006
Who cares if there was no seperate c64 music compo. All top 5 places of the oldskool music compo are covered with SID tunes, so no problem :D

User Comment
Submitted by CyberBrain on 16 April 2006
This looks like one hell of a pardey! Lots of cool releases.

Breakpoint 2006 unfortunately didn't have a seperate C64 music compo, so C64 tunes competed in the oldschool music compo. Similarily the Pinball Dreams preview competed in the multiplatform 96KB Game compo. That's why the results for these compos look incomplete here - the rest of the entries were non-C64. You can see the full results at ftp://ftp.untergrund.net/breakpoint/2006/results.txt

User Comment
Submitted by DCMP on 16 April 2006
Great party. Nice to meet the data people again.
Too bad it really felt like there was hardly any interest in the c64 productions from the other sceners.
Hopefully next year more c64 sceners will visit.
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