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Comaland 100%   [2015]

Comaland 100% Released by :
Censor Design [web], Oxyron [web]

Release Date :
20 June 2015

Type :
C64 Demo

Released At :
Nordlicht 2015

User rating:**********  9.6/10 (112 votes)   See votestatistics
**********  9.9/10 (35 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Axis of Arsenic, Censor Design, Oxyron
  Bitbreaker of Arsenic, Nuance, Oxyron
  Bob of Censor Design
  CRT of Censor Design
  Lavazza of Censor Design
  Mirage of 5 O'Clock Software, Booze Design
  Peiselulli of Arsenic, Oxyron, Tristar & Red Sector Inc., VICE Team
  Swallow of Censor Design
  The Human Code Machine of Masters' Design Group, Oxyron
Music .... dEViLOCk of Arsenic, Oxyron
  Fanta of Arsenic, Chorus, Oxyron, Plush
  Magnar Harestad of Censor Design
  Swallow of Censor Design
Graphics .... Bitbreaker of Arsenic, Nuance, Oxyron
  Creeper of Censor Design
  DeeKay of Crest, News Press Magazine Staff, Oxyron
  Mirage of 5 O'Clock Software, Booze Design
  Sphinx of Arsenic, Oxyron
  Veto of Oxyron
  Yazoo of Arsenic, Censor Design, Oxyron
Linking .... Bitbreaker of Arsenic, Nuance, Oxyron
  CRT of Censor Design
Loader .... Bitbreaker of Arsenic, Nuance, Oxyron
Sampling .... Magnar Harestad of Censor Design
  Swallow of Censor Design
  The Human Code Machine of Masters' Design Group, Oxyron

SIDs used in this release :
Comaland (tune 1)(/MUSICIANS/F/Fanta/Comaland_tune_1.sid)
Comaland (tune 3)(/MUSICIANS/M/Magnar/Comaland_tune_3.sid)
Comaland (tune 4)(/MUSICIANS/F/Fanta/Comaland_tune_4.sid)
Comaland (tune 5)(/MUSICIANS/M/Magnar/Comaland_tune_5.sid)
Comaland (tune 6)(/MUSICIANS/M/Magnar/Comaland_tune_6.sid)
Comaland 100% (end)(/MUSICIANS/M/Magnar/Comaland_100_percent_end.sid)
Comaland Opening(/MUSICIANS/D/Devilock/Comaland_Opening.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by Wile Coyote on 29 March 2022
Pretty much everything is excellent!
I really like the tune that plays just after the logo featuring the Owl has scrolled passed (11/10 logo btw)
User Comment
Submitted by Karmic on 16 May 2021
Ripped the end tunes.


They will appear in HVSC 75.
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Submitted by Peeshaya on 11 November 2020
I just love it! Specially the OWL!
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Submitted by Raistlin on 25 October 2020
Really cool demo - some amazing stuff here. I especially love the Coma Dance part. The whole demo is just fantastic. The greetings part runs quite long but, otherwise, I can’t fault anything. Very very cool.
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Submitted by Zibri on 6 August 2020
This is one of the best C64 demos I have ever seen.
Very good music, very smooth effects.
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Submitted by Magnar on 14 February 2020
Maybe it is easier to download the actual Amiga Protracker module: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ti5fhy37sdmkac2/FaceTime_v027.mod?dl=0
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Submitted by The Human Code Machine on 3 January 2020
The song is nearly impossible to rip. It streams speech and pattern data from disk. I'll have a look, if it's possible to squeeze the tune without speech into a single .sid file.
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Submitted by Cybortech on 3 January 2020
which/where is the last part .sid music track?
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Submitted by Firehawk on 14 December 2017
The music in this one is superb, main tune on disk 1 may be one of the best demo-tunes ever made (imo).
Great, great demo. A 10/10 if there ever was one.
User Comment
Submitted by Magnar on 10 November 2017
As a trivia, I can say that I composed that nr 3 song while I was in Barcelona sitting at a swimming pool area and having a good time in the sun. It was very hard to see the screen, tho. But I imagine the song to be something like one of the first cassette games I bought for my own money on the C64, called Gauntlet. Because I saw the chains and graphic font by Deekay and got kinda inspired of that. However, when I later searched a longplay on Youtube and listened back to the original Gauntlet music it doesn't resembles this tune at all. So I had apparently I had a very different memory of that game from my childhood in my mind :)
User Comment
Submitted by Magnar on 10 November 2017
Ian Coog, thanks for clarifying that about the nr 3 SID rip. I actually tried to play it the other day from Modizer (Iphone app) and it didn't play, while all others did. So I kinda wondered why that didn't work. Again, thnx.
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 2 November 2017
Comaland Opening is the 2nd tune
Comaland (tune 3) uses some particular digi routine that requires a fully working emulation to be executed, you're probably using an old sid player.
User Comment
Submitted by drake on 2 November 2017
there is no Tune 2?

downloaded tune 3 but it has no sound?

but gosh, even the not-100-percent version was already that great. one of my very favorites.
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Submitted by PAL on 16 August 2015
cool final version... The big scrolling logo in this one is just beyond imagination in quality on graphics! And that sticker you had with the same and silver... was so cool... Mirage - you are so insane great at them pixels, so tight so in yar face and so super every time you present something. And the rest of the team... thumbs up!
User Comment
Submitted by v3to on 24 June 2015
Magnar: It was the other way around ;)
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Submitted by Magnar on 24 June 2015
Actually interested to hear from THCM if he used my voice sample or the one he found from the actual show on that one. In any case, it was a funny thing to surprise Veto ;)
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Submitted by Tom-Cat on 24 June 2015
"Maja wo bist du" ? :D Vili von die Biene Maja ?
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Submitted by Bitbreaker on 24 June 2015
mankeli: it was 4
c6510, acme, dasm, dreamass (which segfaulted on some occasions :-\ ) each of course with differences in macros and c6510 even with constants/labels. But it formed a great and meanwhile really tiny framework ($21d bytes for loader, depacker, base-irq, save loading hooks) that satisfies the needs of all, even build.bat is generated for those who do not dare to use makefiles or use windows.
User Comment
Submitted by mankeli on 24 June 2015
Professional demomaking here. I remember that Bob told me at X that there was something like 6 different assemblers used while making this prod!

I especially like:
-The big scroller with the owl
-First flip disk part
-The flying bee parts with zooming gfx
-First part of disk 3 (with wobbling upscroller and epic music)
-Comadance is kind of cool too because of the rotation

Not my absolute favourite because of the overall thematic inconsistency (probably impossible when 17 people are doing something on their spare time :)) but really cool parts, polishing and damn I like the music of this last part. :)
User Comment
Submitted by Flex on 22 June 2015
Flawless. 'nuff said. 10/10
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Submitted by Yogibear on 22 June 2015
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Submitted by Burglar on 22 June 2015
lovely, with all the right fixes in place. didnt expect you guys to do and a new 2side demo AND this 100% :)
User Comment
Submitted by G-Force on 22 June 2015
Beautiful colours and imagination 10/10.
User Comment
Submitted by Yazoo on 22 June 2015
@Toddi: you can find out in the http://csdb.dk/release/?id=139278&show=summary#summary
User Comment
Submitted by Toddi on 22 June 2015
sweet! but curious, what are the differences to the 2014 release?
User Comment
Submitted by Dr.Strange on 22 June 2015
Too many good stuff in few days, I'm overwhelmed.
User Comment
Submitted by MacGyver on 22 June 2015
Totally in love with it, thank you! <3
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Submitted by Dr.j on 22 June 2015
paradise !!!
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Submitted by ѕiηk on 22 June 2015
<3 in one word!
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Submitted by grasstust on 22 June 2015
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Submitted by Shine on 22 June 2015
{(·)(☻)} Fine, fine! ;)
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Submitted by hedning on 22 June 2015
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Submitted by The Gothicman on 22 June 2015
YES! :)
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