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Spherical Designs Party '91

Event Types :
Copy Party, Demo Party

SD Party

Dates :
9 June 1991

Place :

Organizers :
Track 18

Organizer Groups :
Spherical Designs

Competition Results :

C64 Demo
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Total Destruction Life by AcriseDownload
2Amnesia 3 by HitmenDownload
3Fading Dreams by RebelsDownload
4Radical Part by RadicalDownload
5Bocholt Part by The Ancient TempleDownload
6Tristar Part by TristarDownload
7Winnerdemo by UltimateDownload

Productions released outside compos :
Abortion by Spherical Designs (One-File Demo)
Bronx Part by Bronx (One-File Demo)
Contact Me (One-File Demo)
Goggle Box (Graphics Collection)
Madica by Princes of the Universe/Blaze (Demo)
Radio Stations by Security (Demo)
Radio Stations cover by Security (Disk Cover)
Recycler by Tristar (Demo)
Star-Expert V5.1 &D by Inceria/The Anic Crew (Crack)
Track'n'Sector 6 by Track (Diskmag)

Attendants : (45)
Andre, Anonym, Argos, Aslive, Benson, Bomb, Captain Crunch, Commander, Craze, Curlin, Darkman, Dense, Gash, Genocide, Gozar, Hawke, Iguana, Jihad, L.A.Style, Leonardo, Luke, Machine, Majesty, Major-X, Mendrake, Nothingface, Odi, Peacemaker, Psychobilly, Ratman, Ray, Raze, Red Rock, Scrapper, Sector-D, Sentinel, Spellbound, Spitfire, Street Tuff, Termo, The Little Trouble, The Mysterious Art, Track 18, Tyger, Yazoo

External links :
paper invitation  (https://files.scene.org/view/resources/gotpapers/parties/spherical_designs_(bocholter)_copyparty_1991_information.zip)

Releases containing information on this event :
Brutal Recall #02  Party Information
Magascene #3  Party Report (by Craze)
Monthly News #008  Party Report
Party Demo  Mentioned on opening screen
Party Time  Invitation
Propaganda #1  Party Report
Read+Spread  Mentions thieves that stole Raze's disks at the party.
The Busy Scene #06  Party Invitation
X-Press #009  Party Report

User Comment
Submitted by bugjam on 15 September 2017
I found a disk note by Aslive which also concurs with cba's list, but with some minor differences in the total points.

User Comment
Submitted by Medicus on 29 May 2014
Not really the strongest demo-competition of all time.

User Comment
Submitted by chatGPZ on 4 November 2012
mine says:
0      "01. acrise  56,2"  del<
0      "02. hitmen  50,6"  del<
0      "03. rebels  47,2"  del<
0      "04. radical 45,4"  del<
0      "05. tat     35,5"  del<
0      "06. tristar 33,2"  del<
0      "07. ultimate28,0"  del<


User Comment
Submitted by Celtic on 18 November 2010
Magascene #3
concurrs with CBA.

User Comment
Submitted by cba on 21 April 2010
Weird, I found this disk with the results like this :

01. Rebels 56,2
02. Radical 50,6
03. Acrise 47,2
04. Hitmen 45,4
05. TAT 35,5
06. Tristar 33,2
07. Ultimate 28,0

So which one is the right one.

User Comment
Submitted by A3 on 22 February 2008
Party Results:

01. Acrise 56,2
02. Hitmen 50,6
03. Rebels 47,2
04. Radical 45,4
05. Tat 35,5
06. Tristar 33,2
07. Ultimate 28,0
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