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Arok Party 2018

Arok Party 2018

- Bring your weapon of choice

Event Types :
Demo Party, 8 bit Party

Dates :
17 - 19 August 2018

Place :
Bródy I. str. 2. (N47.10404 E17.55937).
8400 Ajka

Website :

Organizers :
Cargo, Leon, Poison, Soci, Vincenzo, Ziona

Organizer Groups :

Competition Results :

C64 Music
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Stompbox by VincenzoDownload
2Absolution #13 by NecroPoloDownload9.3
3Tigana by BozDownload
4Kiddy by PudvaDownload

WiLD Demo
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
3reMETA by Lethargy

Mixed Graphics
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Dragonbird by Hokuto Force, LethargyDownload9.3
2Searching for Green-Truth by Chorus, Resource, SingularDownload8.5
4Safe and Sound by EXclusive ONDownload8.5
5Ape in Space by Hokuto ForceDownload8.7
6Blue Eyes by AtlantisDownload6.5
8Bird Goddess by VizaDownload7.3
9Lost Empire by NigazDownload5.0
10Cheers by ReplayDownload

Mixed Demo
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
3Go Gray by ProfikDownload9.1
54th Fundamental State by Hokuto ForceDownload
6Petscii Guns by VizaDownload8.0

Attendants : (28)
AnDruid, Balance, Bubis, Cargo, Chesser, Chronos, Clarence, Comos, d'Avid, da Blondie, GCS, Grass, Leon, LHS, Lion, Megabyte, NecroPolo, Poison, Profi 1, Scorpy, Sillicon, Soci, Stack J., Szab, Vincenzo, Visage, Wix, Ziona

Releases containing information on this event :
Arok 20 Invitation  Invitation
reMETA #1  Posts and comments from the party visitors on the reMETA 8 bit social media platform
Vandalism News #68  Report

Party Reports :
- Submitted by soci (soci) on August 20 2018

User Comment
Submitted by soci on 20 August 2018
The authors contacted me to note that the proper 50 Hz video of Promised Land is at:

User Comment
Submitted by soci on 20 August 2018
Yes, it used a SID card which is common for +4 demos.

User Comment
Submitted by chatGPZ on 20 August 2018
that plus4 demo wasnt stock hardware either (sidcard?)?

User Comment
Submitted by soci on 20 August 2018
Even the wild compo was won by a +4 entry:

This was done using a custom cartridge. It had a SD card for storage and could map in static memory for transfers.

On a +4 the video chip can directly display external memory content and it's not just a small amount like on C64 Ultimax.

It's done using interlace hires fli, which is every 2 lines on a +4. And just for fun they shortened the display timing to be close to PAL-60 as it was not smooth enough ;)

User Comment
Submitted by soci on 20 August 2018
It will show up in the SceneSat archives eventually.

I've found another capture of the demo where even the scroll is fine:

User Comment
Submitted by chatGPZ on 20 August 2018
is there a video for this color cycling stuff? :)

User Comment
Submitted by soci on 20 August 2018
Yes, but that's only because everyone saved their colour cycling stuff for X this year ;)

The sine scroller later in the demo used non-standard timing (<50Hz) and didn't show correctly on stream. It was fine on the beamer.

User Comment
Submitted by Bob on 20 August 2018
did I C a color-cycler demo kicking the C64's ass ?? that is unacceptable ;)

User Comment
Submitted by soci on 20 August 2018
The rest of the releases are here:

User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 19 August 2018
you can see the rest of plus4 demos here

User Comment
Submitted by Strepto on 19 August 2018
Anyone knows about the first 3 in the demo compo?

User Comment
Submitted by bubis on 19 August 2018
This was a great pary, thanks Singular!
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