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Primeval Soup   [2013]

Primeval Soup Released by :

Release Date :
20 February 2013

Type :
C64 Graphics

The human tile duplicate searcher strikes back

Released At :
3-Color-Logo Competition 2013

User rating:*******___  6.8/10 (33 votes)   See votestatistics
*******___  7.4/10 (17 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Graphics .... The USER of Duisburger Treff, Mayday!

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User Comment
Submitted by Bob on 8 March 2013
cool. would like to se this in a demo as an FX.. gives you the feel of a snapshot in cool demo.. me like that!
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Submitted by ZeSmasher on 7 March 2013
how is this possible to vote 1 or 2 for this fab artwork? shame on you!
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Submitted by Slator on 3 March 2013
the twister really kicks ass but the rest is a waste of pixels
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Submitted by Raffox on 1 March 2013
Nice color shading! But this is not just a logo... it looks more like a screen capture of an intro, a good one too.
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Submitted by Dr.j on 20 February 2013
I more than agree with Moloch post. myself looking for classic small logos
from the old cool intros like G*P , Ikari intros for example . its a matter of taste i know and this FullScreen pic is really awesome but..
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Submitted by Moloch on 20 February 2013
Yeah, its certainly not the first fullscreen graphic in the compo. The rules should have been a bit more strict maybe. But so far, I haven't found any of the fullscreen entries better than the traditional logo entries. Better quality out of a smaller screen area shows talent.

@The User - your example is a fullscreen graphic, the only part there that is a logo is the ESI letters. That intro is very typical of US intros of the time, most of them used a fullscreen graphic - plenty of examples from UCF also.
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Submitted by TheRyk on 20 February 2013
Twister is excellent, and the rest of the screen is pretty neat, too, and it's not the first "fullscreen problem" entry. But I must admit that the "fullscreen critics" DO have a point imho. Less is more sometimes. I know that it's not your intention but filling the whole screen always arouses the suspicion that sb tries to get xtra attention for sth which doesn't really belong to the logo and, moreover, only distracts attention from it.

Great work, anyway, USER, lookin 4wd to see this one in a MYD! release animated by spider :)
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Submitted by Cruzer on 20 February 2013
Cool, lovely twistor, and incredible variation for 256 chars. Guess changing d800-colors is ok as long as there's still only 3+1 color.
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Submitted by BHF on 20 February 2013
The twister part of the Logo was cool, the rest was a bit messy and not my cup of tea.
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Submitted by Dr.j on 20 February 2013
A Killing one . Great Logo and impressive style.
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Submitted by Tristan on 20 February 2013
Delete the top two parts and the bottom part, leaving the main twist logo, and you got something. The reflection part is off alignment on X, on the right side.
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Submitted by user on 20 February 2013
@Moloch Every movie has an fullscreen logo from the Distributor, Studio and so on. Don't you call it logo because it is fullscreen? Another example would be THE famous intro logo from Eagle Soft Incorporated Intro (Eagle 1x1) . In my opinion it is not possible to be more oldschool than the eagle soft intro.
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Submitted by Moloch on 20 February 2013
More of a fullscreen graphic really
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Submitted by Jok on 20 February 2013
Wow. This twister logo looks really great!
the rest is a bit messy imho
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Submitted by spider-j on 20 February 2013
Very, very nice, mate!
P.S.: I want to make it move!!! :-)
User Comment
Submitted by Urban Space Cowboy on 20 February 2013
That's a pretty devious interpretation of the rules -- they don't actually say color RAM should all be the same, and so it isn't. More clever than all the Koala viewers submitted so far by a long shot. And exactly 256 unique chars, no more and no less!
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Submitted by Oswald on 20 February 2013
more like a demopart, cool, but rough around the edges
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Submitted by Shine on 20 February 2013
*respect* ... looks really nice! Good job user! :)
User Comment
Submitted by Conjuror on 20 February 2013
Looks great and its impressive that it fits in a charset.
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