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Void   [1997]

Void Released by :
Coma, Resource [web]

Release Date :
29 December 1997

Type :
C64 Demo

Released At :
The Party 1997

Achievements :
C64 Demo Competition at The Party 1997 :  #3

User rating:*********_  9.2/10 (25 votes)   See votestatistics
*********_  9.3/10 (13 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Edhellon of Resource
  Oswald of Resource
Music .... Eclipse of Replay, Xymox
  Taki of Natural Beat
  Zyron of Fantastic 4 Cracking Group, Nostalgia, Oxsid Planetary, The Crest Magazine
Graphics .... Oswald of Resource
  Tyrant of Exceed, Resource, Therapy
  Zeldin of Cascade
Design .... Edhellon of Resource
  Oswald of Resource
Linking .... Edhellon of Resource
  Oswald of Resource
Loader .... Dcp of Smash Designs

SIDs used in this release :
Void (tune 1)(/MUSICIANS/E/Eclipse/Void_tune_1.sid)
Void (tune 2)(/MUSICIANS/E/Eclipse/Void_tune_2.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by ThunderBlade on 22 November 2021
This should have been #1 on The Party 1997. Of course, the (PC-ish) audience preferred the conversion of Second Reality. That one was good, ok, but IMHO this one is so much better...
User Comment
Submitted by Manex on 10 November 2020
This is one of perfect, but for some reason overlooked demos. I remember it in 1997, in amount of production with copied effects from Mathematica or so, this was pleasant surprise. I love its graphics! Music is awesome too, but most likely 8580 only.
User Comment
Submitted by Golara on 10 January 2020
still awesome today
User Comment
Submitted by Raistlin on 27 August 2018
Wow, I saw this after someone shared the video on Facebook. “Really nice effects” I thought to myself... and “not seen that done before”.

Then I saw it’s from 1997.

Clearly it’s not, this is way too good for 1997. Can someone fix the CSDB entry? Should be sometime after 2010, surely.
User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 12 April 2018
1581 patched version: Void [1581].
User Comment
Submitted by Rudi on 3 August 2015
Nice demo and very cool music.
User Comment
Submitted by Sith on 20 March 2014
For being a demo from way back in 1997, this still looks very good even today. Lots of cool effects to see and it already had some style which many demos lacked. The fonts are very nice too and give it that extra touch.
User Comment
Submitted by ferris on 9 October 2013
oh man, this was so rad!! :D
User Comment
Submitted by Testa on 5 September 2012
How could i miss this demo?, what a beauty!!.. i think this demo deserves
a much higher ranking..
User Comment
Submitted by Jak T Rip on 30 January 2011
My all-time favourite demo. Great music, beautiful and colourful effects and graphics, many fresh new ideas with nice transitions. And quite long. I remember how shocked I was when the double tunnel and the free floating 3D objects appeared on the big screen. I was in Smash at that time and thought: no, we will not win the compo. We did though, undeservingly.
User Comment
Submitted by RaveGuru on 6 November 2009
This is one of my all time favourites. Great effects, great music, nice transitions and cool graphics, high pace... I'm not asking for more :)
User Comment
Submitted by blackdroid on 25 September 2006
@oswald: you always tend to be protective :) there where demos before 1997 that did not fall into the category of effect slideshows, but following the mainstream during any given era is always safe, but never stands to the test of time. But we still love you Oswald :)
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 25 September 2006
Tao you are accusing a 97 demo for not being like a 2006 demo. It's almost 10 years back man. Demos were effect slideshows. Even stuff which looks today awful was accepted as kewl back then.
User Comment
Submitted by chatGPZ on 12 July 2006
coderpron \o/
User Comment
Submitted by Ninja on 11 July 2006
...what is fine for me :)
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Submitted by Tao on 11 July 2006
The graphics are nice, the coding advanced, but the demo lacks feeling. It's just a stacking of effects, nothing else. I won't claim I can do better, because my ideas rarely come out as I imagine them, but this feels more like a n effect-slideshow than anything else.
User Comment
Submitted by Optimus on 22 January 2006
Massive trackmo with great music and effects! One of my favorites. I gotta watch this again oneday..
User Comment
Submitted by Necronomfive on 17 October 2005
This was the demo which took me back to the C64 in 1998 after some years of absence. Not being aware of the improvements made during this period, i was really surprised by the quality, when i first saw it!
User Comment
Submitted by Scout on 9 May 2005
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