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King Internal Demo Compo #4

Event Type :
Demo Party

Dates :
11 September 2015

Place :

Organizers :
Klegg, Radiant

Competition Results :

Mixed Music
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Neon Chrome Interstate by Panda DesignDownload
2Colonel Panic by Panda DesignDownload
4City Night by The Art Of Never Getting Anything DoneDownload

Mixed Demo
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Ascetic by Panda DesignDownload8.0
5Rain by JonasDownload

Attendants : (4)
Jonas, Klegg, Mathman, Radiant

User Comment
Submitted by Radiant on 16 September 2015
Full results:


1. "Neon Chrome Interstate" by Radiant
2. "Colonel Panic" by Klegg
4. "city night" by orreborre
5. "Skytrains" by Jonas Rydin
6. "Chillit" by Druttis
6. "The Coffee Machine" by Undur


1. "Ascetic" by Panda Design
2. "Fast and Fluid" by PetruRex
3. "solo" by linus
4. "KingChip" by Tazadum
5. "rain" by jonas
6. "Late Night Television Creeper" by Pax Romana

User Comment
Submitted by Radiant on 13 September 2015
Probably because Klegg was drunk when he added his entry. ;-) Will post results and more entries (there were two more for the C64) as soon as I can.

User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 13 September 2015
We want information: Why does one SID music compete in Mixed Music and the other in C64 music!?
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