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2017-04-04 16:11
bugjam

Registered: Apr 2003
Posts: 1986
Event id #2584 : Helden, Dämonen und Hexen gesucht

Help needed with this one. Can't locate my own Happy Computer magazine collection at the moment, so I can't check myself. The compo was announced in issue 4/1988; there the official end of the compo (i.e. deadline for entries to be sent in) should be announced. Voting closed on Sep 1st; so results were probably announced in issue 10 (or maybe 9)/1988. Hopefully they released the binaries somewhere on a disk, which usually could be ordered separately; this could be stated in the article with the results as well.
Some pretty cool pics for the 64 entered the compo - check the (bad) pics of the screenshots from the magazine. Only 1 competitor could be identified here in the db by his real name; I would suspect that the others might have been sceners as well, but hard to tell without the real names.
2017-04-08 17:32
Han

Registered: Apr 2017
Posts: 8
In issue 8/88 they showed 14 finalists and asked the readers to vote for their favorite. The three winners were shown (again) in issue 12/88, places 4. and 5. (didn't win anything) were mentioned in the text.

The finalists contained four C64 pics, the three winning pictures were from Amiga (#1, #3) and Atari (#2), #4 Amiga, #5 C64
2017-04-09 21:07
bugjam

Registered: Apr 2003
Posts: 1986
Great info!Thanks a lot!
2017-04-09 21:58
Han

Registered: Apr 2017
Posts: 8
I just realized they mentioned places 4, 5 and 6 in the text. Here's the ranking:
#1 'Land of Zomar' (Amiga) by Tobias Richer
#2 'Ork' (Atari ST) by Alexander Martens
#3 'Dragon' (Amiga) by Christian Ristan
#4 'Snowdragon' (Amiga) by Oliver Brühl (I thought that was #3)
#5 'Rendezvous' (Amiga) By Markus Wolf
#6 'Tinker' (C64) by Klaus Adamovsky

Other C64 pics were:
'Hydra' by Markus Bläser
'Labyrinth' by Achim Pfüller
'Amazon' by U.Hildmann
(The last two pictures don't seem to have a real name, so I made the names up matching the motif)
2020-06-11 15:57
ltk_tscc

Registered: Jul 2018
Posts: 1
Did some investigation too... not too much news:

https://demozoo.org/parties/2589/
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