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Wired Blood part II   [2011]

Wired Blood part II Released by :
Street Tuff

Release Date :
19 August 2011

Type :
C64 Graphics  (NUFLI)

Released At :
Rambo Revisited - GFX Compo

Achievements :
C64 Graphics Competition at Rambo Revisited - GFX Compo :  #13

User rating:********__  7.5/10 (13 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Graphics .... Street Tuff of Red Sector Inc., Tristar & Red Sector Inc.

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/99205/wired-blood-part-ii.prg (downloads: 557)

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User Comment
Submitted by Jak T Rip on 21 August 2011
this one's got the biggest gun.
User Comment
Submitted by Paul Bearer on 20 August 2011
Love the machine gun with a rocket jammed in the barrel. Yeah, I know it was like that in the original artwork, but if John Rambo pulled the trigger, there would be no Rambo 3 and 4...
User Comment
Submitted by Cybortech on 19 August 2011
not constrain ratios
User Comment
Submitted by FATFrost on 19 August 2011
Looks like 'The Zohan'
User Comment
Submitted by Richard on 19 August 2011
Best one so far :)
User Comment
Submitted by Mr. SID on 19 August 2011
<nitpick>So shouldn't the release type then be "C64 Graphics (NUFLI)" ?? :)</nitpick>
User Comment
Submitted by Street Tuff on 19 August 2011
you are welcome!
User Comment
Submitted by CreaMD on 19 August 2011
Production notes was very interesting read. Thanx for understanding.
User Comment
Submitted by Street Tuff on 19 August 2011
added production notes for creamd.
User Comment
Submitted by CreaMD on 19 August 2011
Yes, and the rules used word reference at least 2 times too. It doesn't say no wiring, as well as it doesn't say that I will be nice and polite to people taking this route, even when they are admitting it. This compo doesn't have prizes. The prize for creative effort goes from inside (satisfaction) and outside (acceptation, fame.. etc.). How much of that can you get for conversion. So there I go.. giving it for free... unacceptance.. instant zero love.. ;)
User Comment
Submitted by booker on 19 August 2011
That's some nice gun mate!
User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 19 August 2011
On the other hand the rules said "anything goes" ;)
User Comment
Submitted by CreaMD on 19 August 2011
Well, I didn't ask for wired pics. I thought everyone who will participate in the compo will understand that the proces of making of their thing is putting together things and elements that are processed through eyes, hands etc. Straight taking of an image and running it through converter wasn't asked for anywhere in the compo rules.

Anyway, when we are at it. Please provide the original crop of the pic, and describe the process of making of this one (software used, preprocess, postprocess, if any). Put it into the production note in the csdb entry. That will at least give the viewer hint of how much work was invested to your product. And while writing it, if you still be proud about it, then feel free to keep it in the compo. If not, remove it. I'm not going to remove it myself.
User Comment
Submitted by Mr. SID on 19 August 2011
This is NUFLI, right?
User Comment
Submitted by Ragnarok on 19 August 2011
gotta love the title *sniggers*
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