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BCC Party #3

- something completely the same

Event Type :
8 bit Party

BCC-Party #3, BCC #3, BCC#3

Dates :
27 February - 1 March 2009

Place :
Kranoldstr. 16
12051 Berlin (Neukölln)

Website :

Organizers :
hoeppie, MacGyver, Thunder.Bird

Organizer Groups :
C64 Club Berlin

Competition Results :

PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Breath by Veto (Graphics)Download9.59.4
2Geoquivia (BCC-Beta-Version) by Snake Oil Software (Game Preview)Download
3Die freundliche Fähre by Bugjam (Graphics)Download
4Alone in the Green by Edikles (Game)Download
5Flying Simpsons by Shay CPC (Graphics)Download
6Rautenschoner by Prof. Pi^2 (Basic Demo)Download
7Handle With Care 10% (Graphics)Download

Attendants : (19)
Bugjam, Commander, Doc Bacardi, Edikles, Evil Joe, Floyd, hoeppie, Icegirl, Jak T Rip, Kenchis, MacGyver, Monte Carlos, Phura, Prof. Pi^2, ralle, Shay CPC, TheRyk, Thunder.Bird, Veto

External links :
Thunder.Bird's photos!  (http://www.arcor.de/palb/thumbs_public.jsp?albumID=4578889)
Edikles' photos  (http://sport-moeller.de/hobbyundelektronik/2009%20bcc/index.html)
Ralles photos!  (http://www.arcor.de/palb/thumbs_public.jsp?albumID=4579687)
Partyplace & Veto pixeling  (http://www.myvideo.de/watch/6094542)
Partyplace overview  (http://www.myvideo.de/watch/6094594)
Party photo report by Prof. Pi^2  (http://www.c64-unlimited.de/planet64/events/bcc/bcc3_2009/bcc3_2009_1.html)

Releases containing information on this event :
BCC #3 Party Scroller  Realtime statements by party attendies
Cevi-aktuell 03/09  Party report by TheRyk (in German)
Digital Talk #89 [german]  Party report by Sebastian (in German)

User Comment
Submitted by Sebastian on 14 March 2009
the party was great fun. looking forward to next year.

User Comment
Submitted by v3to on 10 March 2009
this event was fun. Met some nice people there, the location was top :-) ralle, your gdr-8-bit-machine running boulder dash was my personal highlight (sorry i forgot its name).

User Comment
Submitted by bugjam on 10 March 2009
Really nice, cosy party! I had a great time! :-)

User Comment
Submitted by Thunder.Bird on 9 March 2009
Photos are finally up and working!
Sorry for delays. I also upped two videos.

User Comment
Submitted by Jak T Rip on 4 March 2009
Very sad, sledge - please have a better timing for the booze next time... :) This was a fun event, the location was more than great (kind of church-like..) and it was great to meet everyone again.
Besides, Vetos picture really rocks and it was cool to see it progress!

User Comment
Submitted by Thunder.Bird on 1 March 2009
Finally back from the party! The final results and all the productions from the mixed compo will be uploaded this week (I hope) by me and maybe some of the competitors themselves.
Thanks for the wonderful and happy party !!!!
This was my best birthday present in my life.
We (the BCC) are thinking of another BCC Party again this year.

User Comment
Submitted by Sledge on 1 March 2009
Never made it :(

We had a way too big hangover on Satuday, so we sat at a place called the Sixties somewhere on Oranien Strasse trying to recover with some more beer.

User Comment
Submitted by MacGyver on 25 February 2009
@ Sledge, that's funny indeed. Would be great if you dropped by, then we could meet again - after almost 15 years ;-)

User Comment
Submitted by Sledge on 25 February 2009
Perhaps I should pay the party a visit? I happens to be in Berlin this weekend.. :)

User Comment
Submitted by bugjam on 23 February 2009
Sounds better! :-)
And yes, I am planning to release something. See you on Friday!

User Comment
Submitted by Thunder.Bird on 23 February 2009
@bugjam: So I will change my word to "surplus money will be used for a tremendously rich breakfast". We will serve fresh, crispy buns. A bakery, chinese & italian restaurant, Burger King, shopping mall is easily to reach within 2 minutes.
Also check the Forum-64 thread about this party, as you may find fresh info there (if you understand german language).

Last words: Please save your releases for the BCC#3, you won't regret it, as there are some nice prices for you!

User Comment
Submitted by bugjam on 15 February 2009
Can I choose that my surplus money is *not* donated to the church? Why should I support any of those tremendously rich organisations???

User Comment
Submitted by Thunder.Bird on 5 February 2009
Bad news: beds are more expensive now (since 2009): EUR 20.-/bed + EUR 10.- p.p. cleaning of towels and stuff
I'm sorry for that, as this wasn't expected.
Every foreign visitor (max. 6 and outside germany) gets in for free, so only EUR 30.- p.p. for you, Serge and Nancy!

User Comment
Submitted by Thunder.Bird on 31 January 2009
Berlin people are invited to check in for a while without paying a penny. But the low-price of 10.- euro for three days is -imho- good anyway. The more people attend, the more fun we have and the plus of money gotten from you visitors will be donated for the church! People from far away (outside germany) will get the chance for a real bed in an appartment near the partyplace for around 15.- euro per night (as far as I know). Two belgian ppl already want to attend and use the beds. Another 6 beds is possible, but don't expect it pls.
If other information will be gathered, I'll write it here! Also check the german Forum-64 (http://www.forum64.de/wbb3 ) and our BCC Homepage (klick on News).
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