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Krawall Deluxe   [2012]

Krawall Deluxe Released by :
Tristar & Red Sector Inc. [web]

Release Date :
8 April 2012

Type :
C64 Demo

Released At :
Revision 2012

Achievements :
Mixed Demo Competition at Revision 2012 :  #2

User rating:*********_  9/10 (40 votes)   See votestatistics
*********_  9.1/10 (18 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Benson of Talent, Tristar & Red Sector Inc.
  Peiselulli of Arsenic, Oxyron, Tristar & Red Sector Inc., VICE Team
  Street Tuff of Digital Sounds System, Red Sector Inc., Tristar & Red Sector Inc.
Music .... Stainless Steel of Paramount
Graphics .... Knoeki of Digital Sounds System, Meta, Tristar & Red Sector Inc.
  Street Tuff of Digital Sounds System, Red Sector Inc., Tristar & Red Sector Inc.
  Titus of Rabenauge
Charset .... Street Tuff of Digital Sounds System, Red Sector Inc., Tristar & Red Sector Inc.
Linking .... Peiselulli of Arsenic, Oxyron, Tristar & Red Sector Inc., VICE Team
  Street Tuff of Digital Sounds System, Red Sector Inc., Tristar & Red Sector Inc.
Loader .... Krill of Plush
Help .... jESSiKA of Damones, Desire
  Zer0-X of Kasettilamerit

SIDs used in this release :
Krawall Deluxe(/MUSICIANS/S/Stainless_Steel/Krawall_Deluxe.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by Sith on 25 March 2014
Has one or two 'recycled' parts I've seen before elsewhere, but still holds some interesting new stuff. The 3D karate guy, diagonal rasters, and upright bars moving sideways caught my attention. Good show.
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Submitted by Jak T Rip on 25 August 2012
Very nice production in every aspect!
Many old schoolish timing-based effects mixed with interesting 3D routines from Benson and Peiselulli!
Stylish and fitting music free from stains.
10 from my side.
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Submitted by chatGPZ on 6 May 2012
"Highlites include: Floor effect below greetings"
hihi. fooled =)

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Submitted by Axis/Oxyron on 1 May 2012
Nice underwater scene and respect to ulli for the fastest linevectors around.
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Submitted by TWW on 22 April 2012
I like the vector part. 21 cyc/pix... Not much more you can do to squeeze Bresenhams with the RAM limitation of the C64. Not saying it's impossible though ;-D
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Submitted by Stone on 20 April 2012
Very enjoyable demo. I loved the diagonal logo and rasterbars part!
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Submitted by Flavioweb on 20 April 2012
Nice job. Tnx a lot for the sources, this is the right way =)
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Submitted by hoeppie on 19 April 2012
That's cool stuff. Can I add this to the actual ACME-Release as an example code?
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Submitted by Peiselulli on 19 April 2012
maybe the krill loader in acme format might be very useful for you ...
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Submitted by iAN CooG on 19 April 2012
very appreciated, so us lamers can learn something for a change ;)
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Submitted by Street Tuff on 19 April 2012
as 'almost' usual we release the sourcecode...

check diz out! https://bitbucket.org/streetuff/krawall-deluxe-final/src

grab it via http if you dont have a ssh account with public ssh key on bitbucket.

dependencies should be.... acme (atleast 0.91 iirc), exomizer2, cc1541 (grab it on csdb) and a sane make system... should work on cygwin if you got cc1541, exomizer2 and acme in your path environment...

enjoy our fine demoframework with makefile and krill loader, exomizer depacker and whatnot :)

also thanks for all the nice comments and votes here :-D
User Comment
Submitted by NecroPolo on 15 April 2012
Greeeaaat :) Music is a big selling point for me, it adds quite a kickstart to the already fast-paced visuals. The whole was nicely received, for example IK 3D got (well deserved) ovation when it was presented at the party. Good work folks!
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Submitted by Stainless Steel on 15 April 2012
Booker : I agree. I wanted to work on the ending of the main tune a bit more instead of just looping it. But i had a musicians block and barely made the deadline.
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Submitted by iAN CooG on 14 April 2012
Added sidfiles on request by Stainless
Please note the 1st 2 demo tunes are onefiled and played in sequence, they were a whole before having to be split in 2 for the demo.
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Submitted by Stainless Steel on 14 April 2012
Thanks to Ian Coog for onefileing the two main tunes into one and adding them here :D
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Submitted by JackAsser on 11 April 2012
Great work guys! Really good stuff. And big congrats if the concave vectors are real time! :)
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Submitted by psych on 10 April 2012
Great effects! Nice package of smart ideas. Really good stuff!
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Submitted by HCL on 10 April 2012
Great demo! I just wonder if the concave vector(s) are calculated in realtime or just animated? Looks faster than ours in 1991(!). Well, haha, it's Jackasser who coded those so i wouldn't be surpriced if they are dead slow ;).
User Comment
Submitted by Heavy Stylus on 10 April 2012
This is just great - solid design, great music, mega gfx and excellent flow. Well done all! :D
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Submitted by Linus on 10 April 2012
You´re welcome Stainless ;) It won´t happen again, tho!

-Great- demo, guys!
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Submitted by booker on 10 April 2012
I like the 3D effects best. Good demo, thought the main tune gets too repetitive, lacks the so called highlight.

And seems it's the first demo using the new SDI v2.1 player :)
User Comment
Submitted by PARALAX on 10 April 2012
Very nice demo, maybe a bit short but some new effects like the "pseudo IK 3D" part.
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Submitted by Stainless Steel on 10 April 2012
Oh and thanks to Linus for letting this one slide, so i could finally have my 15 minutes etc.
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Submitted by Richard on 9 April 2012
By far the best demo of 2012 :) Nice effects, excellent music. Entertaining overall.
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Submitted by Stainless Steel on 9 April 2012
Hugs and kisses to tuffi,uli, benson and the trsi gang and thanks for everything guys. It was an honor and a pleasure working and partying with you.
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Submitted by Sledge on 9 April 2012
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Submitted by Yogibear on 8 April 2012
I love every bit of it! And since I'm a musician I put my attention very much on the music which is great!
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Submitted by Burglar on 8 April 2012
cool demo indeed! didnt expect to see so many parts. was a nice combination of animated and realtime effects. good flow too.

minor gripe, not all gfx were great
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Submitted by Dr.j on 8 April 2012
Awesome Work. mega cool demo . i like the music in the demo very much and everything is just kicking ass . thumbs up to TRSI+Tristar guyz
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Submitted by celticdesign on 8 April 2012
\o/ fresh \o/
..\o/ and \o/
\o/ LOVE \o/
.\o/ the \o/
\o/ MUSIC \o/
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Submitted by titan_ae on 8 April 2012
nice to have such a wonderfull piece of c64 demo on a multiplatform pardey released ! showing where the real power of putah-art is.
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Submitted by Saphir on 8 April 2012
Awesome one, Different parts, very enjoyable... More as satisfying to watch... Keep on doing stuff like that :D
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Submitted by Skate on 8 April 2012
wohoo! it's a cool show with very nice parts. good work pals!
User Comment
Submitted by daison on 8 April 2012
Awesome demo!
It was a joy too watch on the big screen.
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Submitted by Yazoo on 8 April 2012
really a nice demo :) i liked most of the fx, and some of the graphics. music was good, and some other graphics were a bit soso. the demo could have some more synching to the music, but all in all this is a really good high-quality production, and the boys in trsi did a very good job. btw i also especially liked that undwerater-scene quite much. that part reminded me of something ;-) also the smooth twisters belong to my favourite ones
User Comment
Submitted by Dr.Science on 8 April 2012
Wow. Finally a demo which brings back some real feelings! The only thing I missed in there was somewhere a nice, little scroller.... ;-) Great work!
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Submitted by lemming on 8 April 2012
Had a bit of problems running this on hardware, but finally worked all the way on the fifth try :). Totally worth it though, lovely demo!
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Submitted by Joe on 8 April 2012
Everything is nice, especially the opening and the underwater-theme. I'd guess a lot of the users went back some years for inspiration(this was seen throughout the intros etc in the live-stream): Black backgrounds with sharp colored lights. As if the 90:ies, 00:ies and the opening of the decade didn't happen.
I wonder why?
User Comment
Submitted by Mr Wegi on 8 April 2012
THX for this one - solid prod and fluent linking =)
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Submitted by Conrad on 8 April 2012
Really nice demo. The music is awesome!
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Submitted by Wile Coyote on 8 April 2012
Good tune.

Highlites include:
Floor effect below greetings
Picture of guy with big teeth
Slighly angled side border raster bars

The credits imply there is a turn disk part ?
User Comment
Submitted by bugjam on 8 April 2012
Slick! <3 the underwater intro!
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Submitted by Fredrik on 8 April 2012
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Submitted by iAN CooG on 8 April 2012
awesome work, a winner demo for me =)
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