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Most Unreadable Scrolltext Scroller Compo (Mibri Edition)

Most Unreadable Scrolltext Scroller Compo (Mibri Edition)

- Mibri Twitch Stream During Quarantine Inspired Most Unreadable Scrolltext Scroller Compo 2020

Event Type :
Standalone Compo

Dates :
23 April - 26 May 2020

Organizers :
hedning, Mibri

Competition Results :

C64 Demo
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1CORO(L)NA NUTHOUSE by OnslaughtDownload9.59.9
2Unlayereadibility by AtlantisDownload9.49.8
 Parties Are Freedom by Samar ProductionsDownload9.49.3
4Wives Unchained by LethargyDownload9.19.6
5Undelireadable by Genesis ProjectDownload9.19.4
 When We Get Back I'll Drop a Line by FossilDownload9.1
7Fluffer by BonzaiDownload9.09.6
8Floskel by ProximaDownload8.89.1
9Cupid Lego Scroll Mibri Live Show Version by Fantastic 4 Cracking GroupDownload8.6

Productions released outside compos :
Cupid Lego Scroll by Fantastic 4 Cracking Group (One-File Demo)
HouseScroller by House Designs (One-File Demo)

Attendants : (6)
Don Kichote, hedning, MCM, Mibri, Raistlin, Smasher


User Comment
Submitted by Mibri on 2 June 2020
Results:
#1 CORO(L)NA NUTHOUSE by Onslaught (9.46)
#2 Unlayereadibility by Atlantis (9.38)
#2 Parties Are Freedom by Samar Productions (9.38)
#4 Wives Unchained by Lethargy (9.12)
#5 When We Get Back I'll Drop a Line by Fossil (9.08)
#5 Undelireadable by Genesis Project (9.08)
#7 Fluffer by Bonzai (8.96)
#8 Floskel by Proxima (8.71)
#9 Cupid Lego Scroll by Fantastic 4 Cracking Group (8.63)

Thank you to all participating groups for making this a fun and exciting compo!

User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 28 May 2020
HCL: Taken from Sidelined by Censor, released at Gubbdata 2013.

User Comment
Submitted by HCL on 28 May 2020
Nice screen shot. What demos is it from? Or is it fake? :)

User Comment
Submitted by Frantic on 25 May 2020
Is this compo certified when it comes to disability accessibility?

User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 24 May 2020
Tuesday 2 June 20.00 CEST - voting deadline
Tuesday 2 June 20.30 CEST - All prods shown and results announced on Mibri Stream

User Comment
Submitted by Mibri on 22 May 2020
The compo is heating up! We've got some awesome stuff so far - thank you!! Hey Bonzai, don't keep us waiting too long for the final version of your prod! :D Which other groups will submit something? I have a feeling we have some big surprises to look forward to. Five days to go until the submission deadline...

Upcoming Mibri C64 Demoshows (Tuesdays 2030 CEST):
Tuesday 26 May - showing compo entries released between 20-26 May
Tuesday 2 June - showing ALL of compo entries, and announcing the final results!

User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 19 May 2020
UPDATE: NEW DEADLINE: 26 May 2020, 23:59:59 CET. So if you want your entries to be shown on Mibri's Twitch channel before a release next tuesday, that is completely ok. <3

User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 9 May 2020
ZeSmasher: Or the most innovative scroller wins, if it's both cool and quite unreadable? Or perhaps the most creative one will win? We don't know. We let the public decide. :D

User Comment
Submitted by ZeSmasher on 9 May 2020
hey, I was ignoring the existence of this compo!
I'm dumb and I don't understand things well... so basically is: if someone can read your scrolltext you lost? :)

User Comment
Submitted by Mibri on 9 May 2020
Oh, there has been an entry... just not released on CSDb yet! Coders outside of Bonzai: come on, don’t make us beg!

User Comment
Submitted by Visage on 9 May 2020
Awesome idea! but no entry yet? Who will be the first?

User Comment
Submitted by Mibri on 23 April 2020
The perfect compo doesn't exi...

User Comment
Submitted by JackAsser on 23 April 2020
Yes!!! And I already know what to code, but not sure I’ll pull it off though

User Comment
Submitted by MCM on 23 April 2020
This is going to be very funny 4 sure. Can‘t wait to see some entry’s!

User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 23 April 2020
The compo is inspired by the discussions on Mibri's Twitch Stream, where we had fun discussing multiple elegant, crappy, beautiful, but always unreadable scrolltexts. I was somewhat forced to initiate this compo, and by doing that I take Mibri with me, so he can use his stream to show the reults (if any) in a month's time. Additionally The Ryk's online compo principles rule this compo:

Rules: NONE! (Except the release must be for the C64 and contain a scrolltext and a scroller, preferrably very unreadable, but still awesome - be it stylish, weird or plain funny).

Suggestions:

Create whatever scroller/scrolltext you want based on what the compo inspires you to do.

Coders/artists decide themselves if they want to take this dead seriously in a hipster kind of way or if they just want to have fun, both is absolutely alright,

There are unlimited ways how to express yourselves; you decide if you start from scratch or with some other source.

This is not about winning, but voters feel free to vote, anyway!

Compo ends: 23 May 2020, 23:59:59 CET.
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