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Busodore 2011

Busodore 2011

- Everybody's inbyted!

Event Type :
8 bit Party

overall 8 bit party

Dates :
5 - 6 March 2011

Place :
Liszt Ferenc street 8.
7700 Mohács, Ferenc Liszt street 8.
gps: 45.99212' x 18.67232'

Website :

Organizers :

Competition Results :

Mixed Graphics
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
2Busofor by GrassDownload8.2
3Anna in Action... by Chorus, Resource, SingularDownload7.8
5Busodore by SingularDownload8.5

Attendants : (2)
Cargo, Chronos

User Comment
Submitted by csio on 11 March 2011
Page updated: results, photos, downloads


User Comment
Submitted by Luca on 9 March 2011
Errata Corrige
from official party results file:

.:. Gfx compo: .:.
1, Wonderland - Piesiu of Agenda (c+4) (Multicolor Fli)
2, Busófõr - Grass of Avatar (c64) (NuFli)
3, Anna in Action - Leon of Chorus, Resource, Singular (c64) (Multicolor)
4, Ninja - Atisoft (c+4) (Hires)
5, Busodore - Poison of Singular (c64 (Multicolor)
6, Swordman - Atisoft (c+4) (Hires)
7, Majalis - Atisoft (c+4) (Multicolor Fli)

User Comment
Submitted by Luca on 8 March 2011
In http://plus4world.powweb.com/tools there are some available graphic tools, mostly very primitive apart the recent Csabo's GfxEditor (you can directly ask to the author if you need some personal customizations). If you install the Varga's plus4emu emulator (the best emulation we know, at cost of being unfriendly an heavy), you'll get as a bonus the in-cre-di-ble multiformat graphic converted used by Piesiu in the very final step. Of course, there are several native bitmap editors too, with the acme of "Multi Botticelli" over any else.

Talking (very roughly!) about graphic formats: yes, the Plus/4 manages 121 colours with a certain waste in colours memory (a bit less than 2K), but it forces 2 fixed colours for the whole MC bitmap instead of 1, leaving 2 free colours per 4x8 box only!
Advanced formats: along the years, we had several attempts, someone very disastrous, in order to learn how to manage the double DMA duty cycle per char row ( http://plus4world.powweb.com/software/Gif_Collection , brrrrr!), till finally we used to code for DFLI (Double FLI) and similar stuff (http://plus4world.powweb.com/software/Drea-M-time_XXXII). A brief explication of this can be read here: http://plus4world.powweb.com/plus4encyclopedia/500027

PS: I'm with Ninja, single dedicated sites would be fine, simply they should find a common way to link each other when needed (example: the crosslinking between games sites in order to connect different machines'version of the same game, which connects Lemon64 to Plus/4 World to MSX Generation and so on...).

User Comment
Submitted by Ninja on 8 March 2011
There is plus4world.com if you want to vote for +4 stuff. A fine site, well worth to be kept seperately IMO.

User Comment
Submitted by irwin on 8 March 2011
@Carrion thanks for your vote to TED based stuff.

C+4 limits:
read here: http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=56714
in article "Porownanie mozliwosci..."

Piesiu use grafx2 + plus4conv because there is no usefull pixel program to paint in C+4 modes on PC.
I read 3-4 years ago: http://plus4world.powweb.com/forum/13584 Oswald plan add c+4 modes and limits to Project One but as you see, P1 still allow only C64 modes.

User Comment
Submitted by Wile Coyote on 8 March 2011
Wonderland - Piesiu of Agenda looks excellent.
For some reason it brought back memories on Street Fighter II Turbo on the Snes. It might have something to do with the tree.

User Comment
Submitted by irwin on 8 March 2011

btw. maybe time for add c+4 stuff to CSDB. Small section. Because more comments, votes will revive c+4 scene. On CSDB looks everyday a lot of peoples, not only c64 users but Atari,PC etc. Maybe on next compo start not only Piesiu but Carrion, Archmage, Lars, Ptoing, Veto, Louie, and many others. Second, many c64 users has TED based comodore too. And as you see above (Piesiu work: non interlace DFLI) C+4 has an excellent possibilities in graphics. It's just my suggestion to consider. I know this is "c64 scene database" but maybe it's time for "Commodore scene Database"

User Comment
Submitted by Edhellon on 7 March 2011
Luca; my money would be on Photoshop with appropriate constraints either by the artist or some plugin (there exists some at least for C64 work, they should be easy to modify methinks) and the plus/4 fli-converter done by someone. In any case, I also eagerly wait for the pic. :)

User Comment
Submitted by Luca on 7 March 2011
While the organizers are cleaning the official party releases disk, I had a peek-in of Piesiu's very first work on a 264 Commodore machine. It looks like an MCI, but in the Plus/4 world there's nothing powerful and friendly enough in order to edit that kind of pic, though he also provided workstages. Hence, at the moment, it's a riddle for the whole Plus/4 scene, so let's simply wait for its release and we all shall ask about ;)

User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 7 March 2011
So where can we see Piesiu's latest work of art? I checked Bitfellas, it's not on there yet!...

User Comment
Submitted by Cresh on 7 March 2011
Busodore official results:
.:. Gfx compo: .:.
1, Wonderland - Piesiu of Agenda (c+4) (Multicolor Fli)
2, Busófőr - Grass of Avatar (c64) (NuFli)
3, Anna in Action - Leon of Chorus, Resource, Singular (c64) (Multicolor)
... 4, Ninja - Atisoft (c+4) (Hires)
5, Swordman - Atisoft (c+4) (Hires)
6, Majalis - Atisoft (c+4) (Multicolor Fli)

.:. Demo compo: .:.
1, Perfect Visions 3 (85%) - Ati (c+4)

.:. Pimp my part compo .:.
1, Pimp my Part! - Csabo of Lod (c+4)

.:. Game .:.
1, Mini Crackout - Moldi (c+4)

.:. Wild .:.
1, Offline Shop (Video) - Los Angeles Lamers
2, Donnerstag Nachmittag (mp3) - Dr. Dolf of LAL
3, Information (pic) - Dr. Dolf of LAL

.:. Bomberman Multiplayer compo .:.
1, Atisoft
2, Bence
3, Mackós srác

.:. Funcompo .:.
1, Trabant busó shot - Charlie
2, Disco Hair

User Comment
Submitted by Cresh on 3 March 2011

User Comment
Submitted by csio on 3 March 2011

Fake invitro

User Comment
Submitted by csio on 26 February 2011
Firs C64 release arrived!

User Comment
Submitted by csio on 14 January 2011
and we are bilingual too!

User Comment
Submitted by csio on 13 January 2011
We have new page, so just register yourself!
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