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Batman Group   (BG)


Founded by :
Batman on 1 June 1991

Group Type :
Demo Group

Base Country :

Website :

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)

All Members :
Batman (1/1-1991 -> ) .... Co-Organizer, Organizer, Swapper, Tester
Mac .... Graphician
Toni Galvez .... Graphician

Releases : (6)
DownloadBAT (Batman Vuelve) ... 2017 Graphics
DownloadBatman Juicio sobre Gotham ... 2017 Graphics
DownloadThe Cult ... 2017 Graphics
DownloadBatman Group Logo 2 ... 2017 Graphics
DownloadBatman Group Logo 3 ... 2017 Graphics
DownloadBatman Logo ... 2017 Graphics

User Comment
Submitted by Golara on 2 February 2018
The amiga and CPC demos were coded by a guy Rhino and he was the one who said CPC > C64. But at least he had something to support his claim. When I first saw your amiga intro posted on youtube I was hyped, but then disapointed. Surely you can learn and do some great stuff on the C64, but just posting conversions of the old art you guys made on the amiga is not a good start.

User Comment
Submitted by CreaMD on 8 March 2017
So far you have released bad quality GFX conversions. If you don't make a proper release for C64, your C64 presence will be considered fake. So it would be best to stop releasing anything until you have *SOMETHING* to release.

User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 7 March 2017
That Amstrad demo rocked :)

User Comment
Submitted by Skate on 7 March 2017
A few years ago...

CPC rocks! C64 sucks!


"I found it interesting to share the graphics that had become the best computer ever created, the Commodore 64."

Don't worry bros, we love you anyway. ;) Hope to see a Batman Forever level production on C64 from you.

User Comment
Submitted by BATMAN-BG on 7 March 2017
Thanks for the information, we will surely ask for help later to these great programmers that we find in this demoscene.

We would like our group to be part of the C64 demoscene, we work for it.


User Comment
Submitted by Sith on 6 March 2017
If you would be serious with releasing a C64 demo or port, turn the C64 inside out first and experiment away so you get to know the machine. You can also check out other demos to see what's possible (and not). Maybe some other coders around here would give you some help to get started, idk.

User Comment
Submitted by Sith on 6 March 2017
I'm with hedning. Time for some kickass Batman demos!

User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 4 March 2017
Batman: now go make a C64 demo ffs. You do some great stuff on other platforms. Time for the best platform.

User Comment
Submitted by BATMAN-BG on 4 March 2017
Division of the group of AMIGA, BATMAN GROUP.
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