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C64 Power Game Mod Compo

Event Type :
Standalone Compo

Dates :
7 January - 30 June 2012

Website :

Organizers :
Raf, V-12

Competition Results :

C64 Game
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Coltfire by Jens EngelDownload
2Brain Delicacy by Dr GuruDownload
3Kikstart 2012 by TropyxDownload
4Nibbly 2012Download
5Power Dash by Cobra, FMan, Lolita, Mikra, Raf, Ruter, Stary Marabut, uka, V-12, ZSOMDownload
6Crazy Dream 10 by LogicDeLuxeDownload
7Kolony Mod [polish] by MikraDownload

Attendants : (14)
Bimber, Cobra, Dr Guru, FMan, Jens Engel, LogicDeLuxe, Lolita, Mikra, Raf, Ruter, Stary Marabut, uka, V-12, ZSOM

External links :
Event @ C64 Power Forum (mainly in Polish)  (http://www.c64power.com/forum/index.php?action=vthread&forum=11&topic=2646)
Facebook event with translated to English rules  (http://www.facebook.com/events/210007909093501/)
Event @ C64 Power Forum (English discussion)  (http://www.c64power.com/forum/index.php?action=vthread&forum=11&topic=2654)
Official resuts (in Polish) with screenshoots, links and videos from live presentation  (http://www.riversedge.pl/wyniki_konkursu_c64_power_game_mod_compo)
All separate releases in one package  (http://www.c64power.com/downloads/gamemod/c64_power_game_mod_compo_separate_releases.zip)
Official 5'25 disk (two sides) with all releases  (http://www.c64power.com/downloads/gamemod/c64_power_game_mod_compo_official_disk.zip)
Official resuts with screenshoots, links and videos from live presentation  (http://www.riversedge.pl/results_of_c64_power_game_mod_compo)

User Comment
Submitted by Raf on 5 July 2012

1. p 6 Coltfire by Jens Engel 138
2. p 2 Brain Delicacy by Dr Guru 137
3. p 1 Kikstart 2012 by V-12 133
4. p 7 Nibbly 2012 by Bimber 123
5. p 5 Power Dash by C64 Power Community 118
6. p 3 Crazy Dream 10 by Logic DeLuxe 113
7. p 4 Kolony Mod by Mikra 90

works will be uploaded soon

User Comment
Submitted by V-12 on 15 April 2012
Currently 1 game was sent for a competition. We decided to change the deadline date for 30th of June 2012. We are looking for your MOD's! :)

User Comment
Submitted by Raf on 21 January 2012

Many dreamed about creating own sequeal of favourite game (mainly sitting by C64 turning screw in datasette and breaking joysticks). Some games shipped with editor built-in, usually allowing to feel like an creator at least for a moment. Unfortunately there was rarely possibility to make self-containing executable out of prepared game so some assebly language knowledge was important. Despite that to this day many amateur sequels/mods appeared, most of them being Boulder Dash with new levels.

To face modded games fan base, we would like to invite you to take part in C64 Power Game Mod Compo. Here are the rules:

- Competition entries can be send up to 30 Aprin 2012.
- To finally judge we need at least 5 works (up to 2 per entrant).
- Game can be prepared with already avaiable generic editor allowing to make entire (like SEUCK, Creations, Game Maker), but those games will score lower. We allow using editors to games already released (eg: Boulder Dash, Kikstart 2, Repton 3, Traz, Mr. Robot, Rad Ramp Racer, Breaker, Breakout Construction Kit, Gotcha)
- The more creative you are the more you score. Overall effort/effect counts.
- On C64 Power site there is forum for participants (you can ask for help).
- There must be visible line of text containing: “C64 POWER GAME-MOD COMPO” in-game if possbile. If not you can add this line in depacker or just add a text screen with that information.
- Beware! Competiton entry must not contain any author related information. We encourage you to sumit two version of game - signed and unsigned. After competition we will publish signed work (you can add some intro there and so on). We want this compo to be not spoiled hence it's DISALLOWED TO REVEAL WHO IS AUTHOR BEFORE RESULTS ARE PRESENTED. In case of clear public information suach a work will be disqualified.
- Executable game should be sent as prg/d64/t64 to raf[m@il]c64power.com .
- Game should come with some docs containing history of making modification. You can do it as a executalbe not on C64 too. You should describe modifications (you don't necessarily need to go deep into tech things, just list them)
- New level set is sufficent to name game modified. Exchanching only sprites or music is not a MOD. Organizers reserved their right to disqualify a game if it's modifications are marginal.
- If you are in trouble we offer help.
- We reserve rights to change rules during competition if there is need to do so.
- There will be independant jury to judge out.

We have some prizes too (there will be probably a bit more of the over time):
- C64 ;)
- Coupons for buying stuff at C64 Power market
- "Bajty Polskie" Book
- Some original games

if shipping an item aboard would cost more than the item itself (quite likely in case of sending a C64 and so on) we reserve rights to give equivalnt in cash/coupons instead.

Our mission is to encourage fans to creatively continue C64 games. Have fun! But there is also possibility to impove your skills and knowledge about Commodore.

Some modded games you can take as inspiration:

- Żulder Dash/Tropyx
- Traz III/Tropyx
- Giana Sisters Collection/Apidya
- FlaschBier 2007
- “Arno Dash” series (and other Boulder Dash clones)
- Aargh Krakout
- Championship Sprint

Editors/games with built-in editor:
- Activision GameMaker
- Arkanoid Level editor
- Mr. Robot and his Robot Factory
- Boulder Dash Construction Kit
- Kikstart II
- Gotcha!
- Krakout Construction Kit
- Pinball Construction Set
- Breaker
- Breakout Construction Kit
- Rad Ramp Racer
- Repton 3
- Traz
- Adventure Construction Set

Ultimately - we encourage to make new games without using existing editors.

Organizers: Raf/Vulture Design and V-12/Tropyx
Media: C64 Power and River’s Edge
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