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Poor/Bias Crusher [fixed]   [2015]

Poor/Bias Crusher [fixed] Released by :

Release Date :
10 August 2015

Type :
C64 Demo

Bias Crusher/Poor

User rating:*********_  9.1/10 (18 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Linking .... Mixer of Origo Dreamline, Side B
Bug-Fix .... Mixer of Origo Dreamline, Side B

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User Comment
Submitted by Sam on 17 December 2021
On my behalf I would also like to thank Mixer for fixing this!
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Submitted by Cruzer on 22 July 2018
What a wild routine that flipping 2x2 sprite scroller was for 1989. First it had to y-scale the gfx of 7 letters in realtime, and [spoiler alert] since the scaler is done with immediate opcodes for the gfx, the speedcode has to be updated each time a new letter appears. On top of that there must be time left for multiplexing, playing music and losing cycles to sprite DMA. Some of the other parts are great too, especially the double floffy. I hadn't seen this demo before Mixer fixed it, so thanx a lot for that!
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Submitted by Sith on 8 February 2017
A scroller demo more advanced than usual, because it also displays some cool effects. I don't understand that while you all linked it nicely together, you didn't bother with the drive routine. My 1541-II would hate you.
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Submitted by Oswald on 18 January 2016
cia timer flickerfix in 89? who invented this and when and how ?
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Submitted by Hawk on 17 January 2016
Really cool!! Thx Mixer... Must look this on real machine, winvice with 4* 2500mhz i5 intel are not fast enough to show it in 1/1 refresh...
User Comment
Submitted by Rock on 14 August 2015
Very good job Mixer!
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Submitted by Flex on 12 August 2015
Great job, Mixer! I can only admire the spirit of getting back to something this old and make it proper (finally).
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Submitted by Xiny6581 on 11 August 2015
Totally a true blast from the past!
This is one of my favorite oldschool demos.
User Comment
Submitted by HCL on 10 August 2015
Ossom work Mixer, and a lovely demo!!
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 10 August 2015
a blast from the past <3
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Submitted by Graham on 10 August 2015
Nice that the demo now is linked proberbly. However I have something to criticize: The drive motor isn't turned off when it's not loading. This causes annoying drive sounds during the parts and also reduces lifetime of real disks.
User Comment
Submitted by Mixer on 10 August 2015
Check the other Upfront, Dominators, Trilogy 1989 party entries. Awesome stuff! Including the mythical Upfront demo that none has seen since.
User Comment
Submitted by LMan on 10 August 2015
Very impressive
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Submitted by Jammer on 10 August 2015
OMG, it had to be so much ahead others in '89! Today's hottest VIC routines are merely iterations of it, just with better art ;)
User Comment
Submitted by The Human Code Machine on 10 August 2015
Thx a lot!
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Submitted by Shine on 9 August 2015
VERY nice routines / effects here ... it's like a timewarp for me and i enjoyed this very much!!! <3
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Submitted by PAL on 9 August 2015
How cool of you... and there is that flexing logos by control also... I was thinking where it was in what demo the other day.... hey this is a very great demo... And salutes for you linking it in a super way now! Thanx mister! SIR you!
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 9 August 2015
oldskool awesomeness with modern care of details, if we can call detail the fact that now everything works as it should. =)
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