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Disconnect   [2015]

Disconnect Released by :

Release Date :
28 March 2015

Type :
C64 Graphics  (MultiColor + Sprites)

Released At :
Gubbdata 2015

Achievements :
C64 Graphics Competition at Gubbdata 2015 :  #1

User rating:**********  9.8/10 (86 votes)   See votestatistics
**********  10/10 (38 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Firehawk of Hoaxers
Graphics .... Joe of Artstate, Hoaxers, Wrath Designs

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http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/137219/disconnect.prg (downloads: 1156)

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Production Info
Submitted by Joe on 29 March 2015
This image is derived from a long wish of exploring the depths and possibilities of enhanced border graphics. It utilizes rastercolors in both the upper/lower and side border/background. The fullest amount of sprites and working area is made possible around a multicolored image in an even distributed field.

Run it in “Debug border” mode to view the full 416x293 pixels (!) large image, although it’s intended and best viewed in “full border” (404x293 pixels).

Celebrating ESCOS 29:th year and the first border-editor OSCAR becomming 27, no one will have to stand ordinary screen modes as standalones/competition entries anymore. Further optimizations and experiments are stressed.

A big respect goes to those (Dane/Booze, Deekay/Crest, Zeldin/Cascade, Mirage/Booze and more) who have tried in various excellent ways before.

A big respect and thanks goes to Firehawk/Hoaxers for setting up the framework code making this possible, with his indigenous patients and joy of creating on this machine.

The content of the term dis-/connect comes from the ambiguous motion frozen in time, where one doesn’t see either past or future (cause and effect). The impossibilities of human communication never grows beyond the border of self-imagery, projection or censorship taking place around behavior of acting and reacting.

The genderless figures have shared/going to share what would otherwise be impossible of today’s technology and personal integrity, beyond language. It’s an absolute situation, an ideal I hold very strong in thought and try to live by as far as it doesn’t hurt anyone else, which it eventually always does. Truth, nakedness, shame; all leveled in a mutual understanding of facts, emotions and experiences down the pipeline, 1:1. In other words.. Love.
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