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Ikari & Zargon Party 1989

Event Types :
Copy Party, Demo Party

Dates :
23 - 25 March 1989

Place :
Slagelse Gymnasium

Organizer Groups :
Ikari, Zargon

Competition Results :

C64 Demo
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Megablast '89 by Channel 42Download
 Total Overdrive by IkariDownload
3The Larch by Bones, CrazyDownload
4Party Desire by CheyensDownload
5Noise Part by NoiseDownload
??Obelisk I by OnewayDownload
??Carlsberg and Tuborg by TriadDownload
??Discovered by DepredatorsDownload
??Digesta by FairlightDownload
??Chaos 3 by ParagonDownload
??Illegal by AbnormalDownload

Productions released outside compos :
2nd Party Demo by Axion 1999/Monsum Design/Crazy (One-File Demo)
Acid by SHAPE/Computer Freaks Association (One-File Demo)
Asgard [german] by Triangle (Crack)
Asgard [german] by Ikari (Crack)
Asgard [german] by Online (Crack)
Blizzard II by Magic (One-File Demo)
Business #03 Extra Release by The Dominators (Papermag)
Ciuffy +2 [seuck] by Contex (Crack)
Combat Crazy +10 by Seven Eleven/The Dominators/Online/Cosmos/Triangle (Crack)
Combat Crazy +8H by Ikari (Crack)
Denaris +2 by Byterapers (Crack)
Easter Demo by A-Team (One-File Demo)
Fast Break by Triad (Crack)
Gary Lineker's Hot Shot by Science 451 (Crack)
Hello Dudes by Swedish Commodore Cracking Service (One-File Demo)
Human Killing Machine +3 by Fairlight (Crack)
Human Killing Machine +4 by Fairlight (Crack)
Ikari/Zargon '89 Results (Misc.)
Kefrens Demo by Kefrens (One-File Demo)
Legends by Agile/Light (Demo)
Mega Demo 1989 by Cheyens (Demo)
Nether Earth by Ikari (Crack)
No Way III by Riffs/The Soft Maniacs (One-File Demo)
Obey Your Master by Contex (One-File Demo)
Pieces of Light by Cheyens (One-File Demo)
Preliminary by X-Large (One-File Demo)
Pro! by Pragmatix (One-File Demo)
Raffles by The Dominators (Crack)
The Late Add.... by Riffs/German Spreading Service (Demo)
The Winners '89 (Misc.)
We Are Back by Wizax (One-File Demo)
Weird Magic by Weird Science/Magic (Demo)

Attendants : (137)
Antitrack, AVH, Bacardi, Bacchus, Bagder, Big Ben, Bilbo, Blitz, Boogaloo, Chris, Cleo, Conan, Contring, Cosmo, CRT, Czar, Diflex, Dr. 1541, Dr. Science, Dr.Cool, Droid, Ecan, Elric, Epidemic, Euzkera, Excell, Fix, Fletch, Fox, Frank, Geggin, General Zoff, Getafix, Goblin, Gollum, Grendel, Greystoke, Groucho, Guran, Hagar, Helk, Hobbit, Haavar B. Hojem, Infix, Injun, It, JAC, JCH, Jeff Smart, Johannes, Jolly Cracker, Jucke, Judge, Just Ice, Karate Kid, Karl XII, Kjer, Knatter, Link, Liteace, LKJ, Madmax, Maduplec, Malibu, Manimal, Marauder, Mario van Zeist, Martin, Mastermind, Matrix, Meanace, Metal Maniac, Microtop, Mosh, Mr Stack, Mr. Cross, Mr. Vivace, Mr. Wedge, MWS, Neil, New Age, New-H, Newscopy, Paradroid, Pernod, Phred, Pod, Psycho, R.T., Rico, Rockstar, Rocky, Roy, Rygar, Saruman, Scorpio, Scratch, Sergeant Pepper, Shark, Sherlock Holmes, Shorty, SkY, Sony, Spitfire, SSD, Stainless Steel, Starfox, Stingray, Strider, Taito, Tech, The Alchemist, The Leader, The Megabrain, The Werewolf, The Whistle, The White Swan, Tiger, Trap, Tricket, Veda, Viper, Virgil, Walter, Warbird, Wardog, Warfreak, Wonderboy, Wraith, Wrathchild, Xerxes, Yawn, Zagor, Zenda, Zenox, Zephyr, ZTH

External links :
Pics from HOF (#1)  (http://www.c64-hof.com/parties/ikazar89/photos.htm)
Pics from HOF (#2)  (http://www.c64-hof.com/parties/ikazar89/photoscl.htm)
Scan of invitation to the party  (http://www.science451.org/scans/zargon.jpg)
Photos on slengpung.com  (http://www.slengpung.com/?eventid=643)

Releases containing information on this event :
Blobber +3  Some text from ikari about demo-compo thing
Carlsberg and Tuborg  
CCCP #04  Party Report
Follow the Sign 2  Grendel's report
Ikari/Zargon '89 Results  Results of the demo compo.
Megablast '89  Partyscroller / Scroller about some infection from some Starion guy
Nerd Herd  partyinformation
Newsweek 11-14  Party Report.
Obey Your Master  Party Scroll
Party Info #2  Info about how people were unsatisfied with the demo-compo organization / jury
Party Talk!  Party Report by Rockstar
Party!  invitation-scroller/info who joined so far
Sex'n'Crime #02  Party report (Chapter #5)
The Railway Demo  results, opinions
The Winners '89  Results file written at the party

Party Reports :
XAKK at the party
- Submitted by hedning (hedning) on May 30 2015

User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 13 May 2019
According to The Winners '89 the HZ demo did not work, and that is the reason it was disqualified.

User Comment
Submitted by cba on 12 November 2010
Disqualified demo from HZ Lookin' Good

User Comment
Submitted by Conrad on 12 November 2010
If the HZ demo got disqualified at this party, was it released elsewhere at another party? What was the demo called and is it here on CSDb?

User Comment
Submitted by Stainless Steel on 28 April 2006
I remember going there with MDG, MWS / RADWAR, 711 and by train. On the way to the Party we met with Mario van Zeist / BWB.

I didnt catch much of the show that was going on, we were having to much fun while with some section 8 guys and conan / strikeforce was kicking around some beer kegs we found in one of the back rooms until they split open and beer was spraying around the whole floor. What a mess!

Later on someone managed to hack the payphone next to the toilets so you could call for free, so i rang up a couple of friends in germany and gave them a live report :-)

User Comment
Submitted by CyberBrain on 2 April 2004
"Federation Against Ikari" was founded after the demo-compo, because of how the it was organized. (check FAI in CSDb)

User Comment
Submitted by Slator on 9 January 2004
The group POD was talking about seems to have been Horizon as their demo didn't work at all.

The results as written in a small textfile during the party go like this: (keep that cheating thing in mind though)

1)T. Overdrive/Ikari
3)The larch/Bones
4)Party desire/Cheyens
5) Noise Parts/Noise (DK)

User Comment
Submitted by Slator on 9 January 2004
Someone from Starion had to go to the hospital as he got a "Meningitis" and the names of all visitors were taken down in order to know who might be infected.

User Comment
Submitted by POD on 15 December 2003
As far as my memory goes, it wasnt that lame a move. Cant remember the group names that was disqualified, but i can sure as hell remember the reason.
All groups had a deadline to work with, and all knew that the demos was to be run at the arrangers compos. When deadline was reached some got wacked coz they hadnt finished. But the most fuzz came when the hot shot group (cant remember the name) was to show their contribution. But the demo crashed. They tried again and again. They even got to show it on their own heavily modded C64 (the only one i've ever seen connected to an amiga, so the C64 could use the Amiga's 720Kb 3½" disk drive) but it still crashed. They made a loooot of noise, coz they were exspected to win, but got disqualified instead, and we (cheyens) took 3rd place instead of 4th !
-Pod / Cheyens

User Comment
Submitted by Graham on 9 January 2003
There are no acceptable demo competition results. The demos were supposed to be judged by a jury of 10 people from 10 different groups but in fear of not winning the demo compo Ikari decided that a jury of 2 people from Ikari and Channel 42 would suit them better. The result speaks for itself: Ikari and Channel 42 both took the first place, Horizon was disqualified. This whole incident caused a lot of disrespect against Ikari.
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