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2002-12-25 23:18
Shake
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commodore dossier

anyone has the complete .d64 of the commodore dossier demo contest held in 1988? An entry I still remember was called: "mark's movement'

commodore dossier was a dutch c64 papermagazine.
 
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2012-07-24 11:39
cba

Registered: Apr 2002
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Here are all the issues online.

http://commodore-gg.hobby.nl/commodore_dossier.htm

I've added some of the missing demos from the compos, in fact more are missing, would anyone have those two floppies with all the demos that competed ? (See page 37 of the Issue #16)
2012-07-24 15:50
Hein

Registered: Apr 2004
Posts: 834
Quote: nice to kow about that rule, if you're right about that rule, the second place should be disqualified also back then. Conntribution1/hsp/manowar re-used a hsp logo done by HPH not by DSC. Could it be that there were more competitions held by commodore dossier...? there might have been two, but not sure.


The results don't show disqualification because of that rule. I guess they were happy with any free content. :)

I don't think there ever was an official floppy available with all the competing demos.
2012-07-24 20:20
Angel of Death

Registered: Apr 2008
Posts: 180
Doesn't Fit... by me and Movecombination Two by Mr. Mad were also in that compo and were mentioned in the pages referred to by CBA.
Trouble is that these are the 'scene release' versions and although they are the same, the versions containing the dutch 'compo-text' are lost.
I'll let it up to the maintainer of the page to include these versions or not.
2012-07-25 05:57
cba

Registered: Apr 2002
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Quote: The results don't show disqualification because of that rule. I guess they were happy with any free content. :)

I don't think there ever was an official floppy available with all the competing demos.


Yes there are, you could have had them for 25 dutch guldens, as written in the magazine on page 37, somebody should have bought it back then.
2012-07-25 06:43
cba

Registered: Apr 2002
Posts: 909
Quote: Doesn't Fit... by me and Movecombination Two by Mr. Mad were also in that compo and were mentioned in the pages referred to by CBA.
Trouble is that these are the 'scene release' versions and although they are the same, the versions containing the dutch 'compo-text' are lost.
I'll let it up to the maintainer of the page to include these versions or not.


Wow great, thanks for the info :

So now a list of what demos are still missing, if you have any info.

Zztoploos - Laurens v.d. Donk
Movecombination Two by The Artworx, WiseGuy Industries 2015 - Looking for the special Commodore Dossier version.
Doesn't Fit.. by Demolition - Looking for the special Commodore Dossier version.
Bad demo - Tom Oorthuis, Ijmuiden
? - Andre Post, Zoetermeer
? - Kris Schoofs, Belgium
? - Jan-Willem, Emmen (Skully)
? - Bas Klaaysen, Voorschoten (Baz)
? - Bas Klaaysen, Voorschoten (Tifffany & AHA music)
? - Arie van der Giesen, Numansdorp (Amiga fever steckt us nicht an)
? - Rob verhulst, Stein
? - Jeroen Besse, Hendrik Ido Ambacht
? - Sander den Ouden, Huizen (Ferrari picture)
? - Dewijn Dieven, Belgium (Simon's Basic demo)

I found a couple of ones :

TDB Ball Demo
Sarcophased
Miami Vice Demo
Hyperman-Demo
Multi Everything
2018-05-01 15:25
hedning

Registered: Mar 2009
Posts: 1844
I think I found another one today: Dossier Demo. Maybe some dutch person can read the scroller and add more info about it.

And yet another: Tiger Demo.
2018-05-01 17:56
Compyx

Registered: Jan 2005
Posts: 403
Programmed and designed by Bas Klaaysen, he also did the music in SoundMonitor. Though I can't hear any music (using x64sc).

When running it again, I get a different part, again code & design by Bas Klaaysen, music made in 'Ubiks Music', whatever that is.

The graphics also seem to be done by him.

The part shown after the rasters (press fire on joy#2), seems to be random.
2018-05-01 19:51
iAN CooG

Registered: May 2002
Posts: 2116
added a comment about it, part 1 tune seems broken beyond repair, tune 2 is an edit of Tonal_Teapot\Ubiks_Musik.sid
2018-05-02 06:43
Fred

Registered: Feb 2003
Posts: 195
This one is also made for the Commodore Dossier competition: Little Dragon 2
2018-05-02 07:37
hedning

Registered: Mar 2009
Posts: 1844
Quote: This one is also made for the Commodore Dossier competition: Little Dragon 2

I thought so too, it was part of the disks I found, filled with Dossier demos.
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