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Flashparty 2018

Flashparty 2018

Event Type :
Demo Party

Dates :
21 - 23 September 2018

Place :
Buenos Aires

Website :

Organizer Groups :

Competition Results :

C64 Graphics
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Lich King by VizaDownload9.3
2I Just Arrived to Flashparty by ArlequinDownload
3Cristina by OtiumDownload7.9
4The Game by OtiumDownload
5Can't Rain All the Time by Manuel VioDownload6.8
6The Name's Petsken! by Manuel VioDownload
8Resurrection of the Dinosaurs by LogikerDownload
9Colour Space by ComShaDownload
10Smoking RapidFire by LogikerDownload

WiLD Demo
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Cancionero Argentino Vol. 2 by PVMDownload

Mixed Graphics
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Ghost Mansion by Hokuto ForceDownload9.0

Mixed Music
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
3Arpeggio Is Underrated by VincenzoDownload
4Yo Te Amo by PVMDownload
5Jijiji by PVMDownload
7Flashiza Deluxe by Mayday!Download

Mixed Demo
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
3Flying Through Space by DataDoor, Hack n' TradeDownload

Attendants : (8)
Alakran, Arlequin, Deadguy, Los Pat Moritas, Octavo Pasajero, PetsciiCola, Rico, Uctumi

User Comment
Submitted by uctumi on 24 September 2018
I agree The Ryk, we had C64 with 8580 and Amiga 500 available. But sometimes in a partyplace setting things can get complicated, a cable doesn't work, or whatever, at least we have an mp3 of the song to play as a backup. So it doesn't hurt for the artist to provide an mp3 as long as .prg or .sid file.

User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 4 September 2018
Question about remotes, mandatory MP3 are hopefully only for exotic stuff and not really also for .SID? Maybe some of you PVM guys can tell how likely it is that there will be real C64 hardware connectable to sound system of party place or some PC with reSID emulation (let's say SidPlay2/w). BTW even VLC player can play .SID nowadays, though not highly accurate.
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