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Release Date :
20 September 2017

Type :
C64 One-File Demo

Website :

User rating:*********_  9.1/10 (17 votes)   See votestatistics

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

SIDs used in this release :
Toy Rocket(/MUSICIANS/L/Lft/Toy_Rocket.sid)

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Submitted by Wile Coyote on 4 December 2021
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Submitted by Bezerk on 29 March 2020
Absolutely brilliant. Thanks for the detailed write-up on your website.
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Submitted by Magic on 30 December 2017
Would have been a nice part in your new demo :)
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Submitted by zzarko on 28 September 2017
Hmmm, this would be excellent base for AGD for C64... :)
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Submitted by lft on 24 September 2017
@Wertstahl, I think ChristopherJam described it with great clarity in the forum thread. But I could not resist writing a little essay myself, for a wider audience. Website link added.
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Submitted by Kruthers on 20 September 2017
I don't know if the tune is a remix of something from Lunatico or I'm just starting to be able to recognize your style. In any case, great tune!
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Submitted by Fresh on 20 September 2017
I've been reading the thread since some days ago and I've looked at your code: as ChristopherJam already stated, that is a wonderful display of 6502 trickery.
Straight 10.
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Submitted by ChristopherJam on 20 September 2017
Lft, you're a looney! I've just posted a disassembly to the forum thread.

Hilariously constrained addresses, seriously fast (and compact!) code, and very fast turnaround getting a demo out the door to showcase the concept.

Five stars!
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Submitted by Cruzer on 20 September 2017
Looks nice, except for the blinking sprites - but I guess it's just when there are more than 8 / line. I generally love multiplexors that aren't just sinus sprites. It would be nice to see with rastertime for the sorter and interrupts displayed in the border color.
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Submitted by Smasher on 20 September 2017
when practice is better than theory. nice one! music kix too!
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Submitted by ws on 20 September 2017
very nice music again! why not educate us a little with some commented source file? ;-)
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Submitted by Digger on 20 September 2017
I love when forum threads turn into demos <3
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Submitted by Shine on 20 September 2017
WOW... looks so nice!!! I love these kind of routines so much! <3
BTW. The music is also very cool! :D
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