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Main Menu [unfinished]   [2012]

Main Menu [unfinished] Released by :
The Apace Software

Release Date :
6 March 2012

Type :
C64 Demo

User rating:******____  6.2/10 (5 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... zscs of The Apace Software
Music .... A-Man of Xenon
  François Prijt of Mega Industries
  Mad B of Rhyme Design
  Michael Hendriks
  Ronny Pasch of Mega Industries
  Trooper of Rhyme Design
  Zeus of Anzac, Vision, X-Ray
  Zonix of Bonzai
Graphics .... zscs of The Apace Software
Text .... zscs of The Apace Software
Charset .... zscs of The Apace Software

SIDs used in this release :
Cave of Thoughts(/MUSICIANS/F/FAME/Hendriks_Michael/Cave_of_Thoughts.sid)
Wave Goodbye(/MUSICIANS/A/Audial_Arts/Pasch_Ronny/Wave_Goodbye.sid)
Zack Theme(/MUSICIANS/A/A-Man/Zack_Theme.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/103764/Apace-Main Menu[unfinished].d64 (downloads: 535)

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User Comment
Submitted by zscs on 18 May 2012
It took a lot of time to find which demo inspired me to use this menu temporarily. Here it is: Mega-Co Demo
User Comment
Submitted by Dr.j on 7 March 2012
Very nice old school demo. i like it a lot. nice chars , very nice logos and cool parts , i felt like back on time here.
User Comment
Submitted by Didi on 7 March 2012
Would have added dummy files for the missing parts with a small message and the option to reload the menu. It's a bit annoying when it crashes to blue screen.
User Comment
Submitted by zscs on 7 March 2012
Thanks guys! :) Well, there is nothing special, all parts are really oldskool but as far as I remember, it was a great fun to create them. During the next days I will upload an another demo from 1993 which was never finished, but there you probably can see more complex things than logos and simple scrolls in them. (But don't expect too much!) :)
User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 6 March 2012
Especially liked some gfx!
User Comment
Submitted by Didi on 6 March 2012
Reminds me more of an intro collection than a demo. But not bad.
User Comment
Submitted by grass on 6 March 2012
Fasza "oldszkúl" :))
User Comment
Submitted by zscs on 6 March 2012
I could rescue this little collection from the past. As far as I remember, I wanted to create a demo from these parts but finally I did not have time or probably I was not satisfied with them; I can't remember exactly. :)

The "Main Menu" with the loader for parts A - L:
Because of some reason, I re-used some graphics and also the concept/idea from an intro collection's (?) "main menu" to run all the parts independently and easily, but I haven't found the original credits. Anybody can identify or remember, which demo or intro collection probably was it? (Logo, some parts of the code and the scroll in the bollom border is mine though.)

Logos, code, text and charsets created by me, from late 1992 to early 1993. Parts J, K and L are missing, was not created.
Yeah, in part H you can see my first DYCP ever! :)
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