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Radio Napalm   [1995]

Radio Napalm Released by :
Reflex [web]

Release Date :
25 April 1995

Type :
C64 Demo

Released At :

Achievements :
C64 Demo Competition at X'95 :  #1

User rating:*********_  9.1/10 (30 votes)   See votestatistics
*********_  9.3/10 (10 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Quiss of Reflex, The Art Project Studios
Music .... PVCF of Reflex
Graphics .... Felidae of Reflex
  Seytan of The Art Project Studios

SIDs used in this release :
Radio Napalm(/MUSICIANS/P/PVCF/Radio_Napalm.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by Golara on 13 April 2018
One of my favourite
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Submitted by wacek on 27 January 2011
Excellent demo, hats off to Reflex. Nuff said.
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Submitted by RaveGuru on 6 November 2009
One of my all time favourites! The Music, the effects, the tempo! Still one of the best!
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Submitted by TomoAlien on 4 April 2009
Woah! Nice music and nice effects! I LOVED the parallax chesszoomer!
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Submitted by Steppe on 29 March 2009
A true newschool classic! And the music kicks me again everytime I watch it.
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Submitted by Steppe on 29 March 2009
You told me KB released a fixed version of this demo where the filters of the music were adjusted to the old sid? Anyone ever heard of this version?
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Submitted by pvcf on 12 March 2009
yes, the title picture was done by felidae, he also have done all our coverdisc-works for cafe-odd, mathematica, access denied, radio napalm and so on. at every party we spreaded over 100 original demodisc's with such cover and a label on the demodisc itself! we really used our swapper to copy the discs befor party's, hehe :)

what a great time...
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Submitted by Oswald on 17 October 2008
a true classic, way ahead of its time, well just like most of the rfx demos.
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Submitted by Motion on 17 October 2008
Isn't the title screen by Felidae?
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Submitted by chancer on 18 September 2007
amazing demo at x95, if this didn't win I would have been shocked. The reflex guys were cool to meet also. I have to upload the proper spread disk cover and disk label if someone hasn't already. The whole production was polished, even down to the disk cover =)
User Comment
Submitted by Scout on 2 July 2007
@Medicus: thanX! :)
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Submitted by Medicus on 2 July 2007
You couldnt hear anyone cheer or scream at X95 when they showed this demo. Not because nobody liked the demo... its more that the music was so EXTREMELY LOUD. I have never been to a party with such loud compo-music. Not even Assembly was THAT loud. UFF... :) ...
User Comment
Submitted by Ed on 5 December 2006
One of the major trendsetters of the Track-mo style on the C64 scene during the 1990s.
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Submitted by peskanov on 23 December 2005
Extra points for: superb code, good synch between effects and music, fast demo flow, incredible music & stylish greetings.
On the negative side: some of the effects contain to much precalculations for my taste, and the demo is quite buggy. The 4x4 mode fails in many machines.
User Comment
Submitted by Scout on 16 July 2005
Still a great demo to watch.
I just love this high pased stuff..!
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