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Limits of Tomorrow   [1989]

Limits of Tomorrow Released by :

Release Date :
7 February 1989

Type :
C64 Demo

Released At :
Tronix Tibro Meeting 2

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (6 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Coyote of Mocean, Tronix
  Iron of Tronix
  Madmax of Mocean, Tronix
  Powerslave of Alto-brows, Tronix
  Shape of Mocean, Tronix
  Xaim of Mocean, Tronix
Music .... Charles Deenen of Maniacs of Noise, Scoop
  Future Freak of Dexion
  Jeroen Tel of Maniacs of Noise
  Johannes Bjerregaard of Maniacs of Noise
  Jonathan Dunn
  Mark Cooksey
  Markus Schneider of Lords of Sonics
  Martin Galway
  Matt Gray
  Mr. Crowley of Alto-brows, Tronix
Graphics .... Powerslave of Alto-brows, Tronix
  Runway of Mocean, Tronix
  Wardog of Tronix
  Xaim of Mocean, Tronix

SIDs used in this release :
Beyond the Zero(/MUSICIANS/S/Schneider_Markus/Beyond_the_Zero.sid)
Crazy Comets (remix)(/MUSICIANS/B/Bjerregaard_Johannes/Crazy_Comets_remix.sid)
Cybernoid II(/MUSICIANS/T/Tel_Jeroen/Cybernoid_II.sid)
Fun Fun(/MUSICIANS/T/Tel_Jeroen/Fun_Fun.sid)
Last Ninja 2(/MUSICIANS/G/Gray_Matt/Last_Ninja_2.sid)
Limits of Tomorrow (tune 3)(/MUSICIANS/M/Mr_Crowley/Limits_of_Tomorrow_tune_3.sid)
Rambo 3(/MUSICIANS/D/Dunn_Jonathan/Rambo_3.sid)
Rocky Star (Intro)(/MUSICIANS/F/Future_Freak/Rocky_Star_Intro.sid)
Skate or Die (intro)(/MUSICIANS/H/Hubbard_Rob/Skate_or_Die_intro.sid)
That's the Way It Is (intro)(/MUSICIANS/D/Deenen_Charles/Thats_the_Way_It_Is_intro.sid)
The Neverending Story(/MUSICIANS/G/Galway_Martin/Neverending_Story.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by PAL on 1 June 2017
Powerslave... I do not know what it is... but this demo is very special to me and I like to look at it from time to time... That dypcs around the raster coded by Coyote with that music... OMG... I remember I could look and stare and hear this part forever when doing homework and just being in my room at that time... It was actually about this time I started to paint more pixels and got into gear at the end of this year more... huge inspiration for me in my young life you dudes created - the demo is very special and I thank you for that.
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 13 January 2011
I managed to rip it, still it needs some cleaning. Also the samples pointer table is overwritten at end
>C:9ff0 41 00 43 00 53 4f 3a 41 4c 4c 54 49 48 4f 50 24 A.C.SO:ALLTIHOP$
starts playing garbage after a while, fixed that in my rip anyway filling "SO:ALLTIHOP$" with zeroes.
Added in HVSC58 (almost forgot about this)
User Comment
Submitted by Powerslave on 13 January 2011
It's not a real "track" with a music player. The samples are placed on different memory locations and plays in the border-opening-loop each row from a list composed by Mr Crowley. I don't think you can manage to rip it...

User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 13 January 2011
part "B*" contains a drum-only track, not yet (fully) ripped.
User Comment
Submitted by PAL on 7 January 2011
ooohhhh... remembered this demo... love the last part and the sample part to... Powerslave and Coyote....
User Comment
Submitted by Powerslave on 16 February 2007
oops! Noted a bug in last part.
It will not start on my CCS64.
Try to startt it with SYS16384
It's a very nice full screen raster scroll, one of the nicest...
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