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SPAM181   [2018]

SPAM181 Released by :

Release Date :
28 April 2018

Type :
C64 Graphics Collection


Released At :
RetroMadrid 2018

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)

Credits :
Code .... Ready. of Hokuto Force, Level 64
Music .... Baron Ashler of Kabuto Factory, Sputnik World
Graphics .... Errazking of Hokuto Force, Kabuto Factory, The A Team

SIDs used in this release :
Azul y Negro(/MUSICIANS/B/Baron_Ashler/Azul_y_Negro.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/166987/SPAM18RM.d64 (downloads: 150)

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User Comment
Submitted by ready. on 2 June 2018
Your're welcome Errazking! Nice to see my tutorial was useful!!
User Comment
Submitted by Errazking on 30 April 2018
One last comment, apparently I can not give authorship to the group in its entirety, something logical on the other hand, but rereading the article and if my Italian is correct the coder of this application is Daniele Redivo AKA Ready, member of the Hokuto Force . I take this opportunity to thank you for your work, without which this slideshow would not exist.
User Comment
Submitted by Errazking on 30 April 2018
Thanks for the corrections, the errors that you have been able to see are due to my inexperience in these matters. Evidently it is not a future creation. Regarding the authorship, I will choose to show the accreditation of Hokuto Force as coder and myself as the releaser. I thank you for your comments iAN and I apologize for the inconvenience that may have caused.
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 30 April 2018
changed release date from 25/5 to 28/4, can't be set as released in the future.
Also it's either released under your group or as a personal release, not both.
User Comment
Submitted by Errazking on 30 April 2018
Obviously this slideshow is a photographic conversion later retouched due to the intention of wanting to show recognizable faces ... It has been done in recognition of the work of the groups and people represented to be shown during the RetroMadrid 2018 event in the section occupied by several C64 associations of Spain.
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