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Walking Man   [2004]

Walking Man Released by :

Release Date :
1 August 2004

Type :
C64 One-File Demo

Website :

Released At :
LCP 2004

Achievements :
C64 Demo Competition at LCP 2004 :  #8

User rating:*****_____  5.1/10 (6 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Ed of The Postmoderns, Vandalism News Staff, Wrath Designs
Music .... Wally Beben
Graphics .... Macx of Chromance, No Name, Onslaught, Vandalism News Staff
Design .... Macx of Chromance, No Name, Onslaught, Vandalism News Staff
Text .... Macx of Chromance, No Name, Onslaught, Vandalism News Staff

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http://allt.jonatanforsberg.net/krams/c64/macx_walkingman.zip (downloads: 1143)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/62577/macx_walkingman.zip (downloads: 266)
http://www.jonatanforsberg.net/krams/c64/macx_walkingman.zip (downloads: 252)

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User Comment
Submitted by macx on 12 January 2011
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Submitted by macx on 3 October 2009
Yes, as mentioned below.
User Comment
Submitted by Motion on 1 February 2008
The music is from TETRIS.
User Comment
Submitted by Hein on 5 August 2004
'Where is the West coast', that is a nice thought. A Chinese person can look to the East, calls it the West. An LA citizen looks at the West, calls it the East. Anyway, guess I'm missing the point of this picture, unless inspiration enters the foot and leaves the mouth, which is sometimes so; a nice walk can bring a lot of ideas.
User Comment
Submitted by Oxidy on 4 August 2004
This wouldn't be the first time a tune is "borrowed".
There's no credit to Wally Beben in the scroll text, but there's one in the demo directory.
User Comment
Submitted by Macbeth on 4 August 2004
It is a great tune, but it's been "borrowed" from Tetris. It's properly credited here to Wally Beben, though it's not mentioned in the demo itself, as far as I can tell.
User Comment
Submitted by Sledge on 2 August 2004
Brilliant art! So clean..
User Comment
Submitted by Oxidy on 2 August 2004
Hard to find a simpler demo, but how come I'm so affected by it?
This is not a demo meant for big screens or compos, since they reset it within 30 seconds.
I watched this sitting at home in a dark room, leaned back, listening to the excellent tune that never seemed to end, and read the scroller. Very moody.
User Comment
Submitted by Puterman on 2 August 2004
This one gives me seriously positive vibes. Nice picture, cool scroller and a fitting tune. BTW, how long is that tune? 20 minutes?
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