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Dawnfall   [1995]

Dawnfall Released by :
Oxyron [web]

Release Date :
29 December 1995

Type :
C64 One-File Demo

Released At :
The Party 1995

Achievements :
C64 Demo Competition at The Party 1995 :  #2

User rating:*********_  9.4/10 (91 votes)   See votestatistics
**********  9.6/10 (46 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Graham of Oxyron
Music .... Jeff of Camelot, Cyberzound Productions
Graphics .... Biz Kid of Camelot, Oxyron
  Sire of Bauknecht

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User Comment
Submitted by Madhead on 12 May 2021
Found a live footage of The Party 1995 c64 demo compo! It contains Dawnfall and also Mathematica / Reflex.

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Submitted by DAM on 9 September 2019
This demo made a huge impression on me. Still looks and sounds amazing
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Submitted by iAN CooG on 2 November 2016
Dawnfall V1.1
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Submitted by Peacemaker on 17 November 2014
one of the best demos in c64 history.. everthing in one file.. amazing.
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Submitted by FATFrost on 25 December 2013
Still the best... And Jeff's soundtrack simply kills. (-_ -)!!
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Submitted by Mactron on 28 February 2011
Amazing stuff here.
I forget to vote for a bunch of years ;)
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Submitted by bepp on 17 November 2010
Amazing music, amazing routines in this classic demo. I *really* like the bitmapped vector rotator. Considering this all fits in a single file, it's easily a 10. This release clearly shows why Graham is #1. Also check out One-Der for more Graham-magic :)
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Submitted by wacek on 26 July 2010
This is the best one file C64 demo ever made. Period. And I will personally fistfight anyone claiming otherwise ;)
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Submitted by Wile Coyote on 25 July 2010
Great little demo. It wasn’t until today that I noticed the rotating up scroller. The BK logo bugs me a little.
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Submitted by plagueis on 2 June 2009
Dude, this is really good! And I would like to thank you guys for being one of the few PAL groups to NTSC fix your demo so that I can actually enjoy it on the C64, the way it was meant to be appreciated!!! It means so much that you guys were willing to take the time to do that.
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Submitted by Nemezis on 23 July 2008
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Submitted by Oswald on 7 December 2006
contains the since then ever reused unbeatable method to scale gfx horizontally extremely fast. Genial idea.
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Submitted by Valsary on 27 September 2006
The best demo-soundrack ever made! Jeff rules!
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Submitted by Burglar on 17 August 2005
simply excellent.
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Submitted by Stan on 12 February 2005
If you "die" for this score by Jeff/Camelot, then check out the MP3 Remix Version by THC Flatline, it's awesome!
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Submitted by _V_ on 26 June 2004
To quote another scener: I die for the music in this demo! Also, the effect by Graham (originated at Parts) is amazingly implemented. Top!
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Submitted by CyberBrain on 29 January 2004
Submitted by Ghostrider (Ghostrider) on 23 February 2002

I remember watching this demo on the big screen during the demo competition at TP5.. and I remember my jaw dropping when I saw those cool effects moving in a wonderful high resolution.
After the competition, when I got my copy of the demo, I had to rub my eyes looking at the directory of the disk. 'cause the entire demo was contained within one file! Who would have expected that!? Quality-wise, I think this demo should have won the competition.
A pearl in every demo lovers collection - this is true quality.
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