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A Mind Is Born   [2017]

A Mind Is Born Released by :

Release Date :
17 April 2017

Type :
C64 256b Intro

Website :

Released At :
Revision 2017

Achievements :
Mixed Competition at Revision 2017 :  #1

User rating:**********  9.8/10 (51 votes)   See votestatistics
**********  10/10 (14 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Lft of Kryo
Music .... Lft of Kryo

SIDs used in this release :
A Mind Is Born(/MUSICIANS/L/Lft/A_Mind_Is_Born.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by Mibri on 25 November 2021
Still outrageously good for something of this size. <3
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Submitted by Nightshft on 15 February 2019
Copy what Viscid says. A Masterpiece and a great read.
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Submitted by Ant on 5 January 2018
f ing epic
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Submitted by Viscid on 23 April 2017
Very interesting read on the website. Thank you for the ride... you even placed a small scaled down HexDump on the left side for referencing it while reading. I really liked it live on the BigScreen... it's always nice when Musician and Coder come together in one person ;)
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Submitted by Slajerek on 21 April 2017
personally I do not like the visuals. they are just OK.

overall concept is awesome and music - plus the explanation of code is extraordinary. anyway, considering overall c64 demo scene, visuals are drawback of this demo.

of course - 256 bytes and so, but... aesthetics do not fit me. that's why 9 of 10.

the idea is great, and this made me thinking what can be done in 512 bytes... :)
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Submitted by c0zmo on 21 April 2017
This is some fuckin' wizardry going on! Just a couple of centuries earlier, they would have burnt you...!
We love LFT :) <3 <3 <3
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Submitted by psych858o on 20 April 2017
Great stuff!
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Submitted by Perplex on 20 April 2017
A mind is blown.
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Submitted by JackAsser on 20 April 2017
Thanks Linus
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Submitted by Dr.j on 19 April 2017
what bob wrote. amazing it was made on 256 bytes. out of this world ! great job LFT!
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Submitted by Toggle on 18 April 2017
What Randall (and everyone else) said. Crazy-good stuff from Lft again - congrats! :-)
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Submitted by Bob on 18 April 2017
256 bytes.. hell you could even print out the code in the comment section ;)
and it has even music ftw!
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Submitted by tlr on 18 April 2017
Very impressive! A well tuned performance in 256b. I like!
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Submitted by PCH on 18 April 2017
Uf! Unbelievable. I thought that is joke! No. True.
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Submitted by Hate Bush on 17 April 2017
would be a major achievement to cram this cool music alone into mere 256 bytes. i'm awestruck :o
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Submitted by FATFrost on 17 April 2017
lft for president!!
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Submitted by v3to on 17 April 2017
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Submitted by Pex Mahoney Tufvesson on 17 April 2017
Fun! Just enough variation to keep you hooked until the very end. Well done, lft!
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Submitted by Isildur on 17 April 2017
True masterpiece.
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Submitted by DKT on 17 April 2017
Music from inside the machine using 256 byte code, hah!
Mind-blowing stuff!
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Submitted by obliterator918 on 17 April 2017
I really enjoyed watching this live on twitch. This is the way to steal a show -- do something nobody has seen in as few bytes as possible. The comments from the live twitch feed were amusing. So many people watching from the PC scene who have no idea what they are seeing, LOL!
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Submitted by Tom-Cat on 17 April 2017
256 bytes and quite a few of those just to make it load and start. MAGIC ! :D
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Submitted by jailbird on 17 April 2017
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Submitted by Jellica on 17 April 2017
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Submitted by Ray Manta on 17 April 2017
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Submitted by ptoing on 17 April 2017
Great stuff, and nice exit to BASIC.
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Submitted by Zyron on 17 April 2017
More witchcraft. Awesome!
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Submitted by BiGFooT on 17 April 2017
A very-very-very deserved 1st place. What I told you after Lunatico is still valid.
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Submitted by iAN CooG on 17 April 2017
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