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Vision Y   [2019]

Vision Y Released by :
Steven K

Release Date :
3 November 2019

Type :
C64 One-File Demo

User rating:*********_  9.1/10 (16 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Steven K
Music .... Kordiaukis of Arise

SIDs used in this release :
Pathology (tune 2)(/MUSICIANS/K/Kordiaukis/Pathology_tune_2.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by steven_k on 7 November 2019
thanks, will try (-;
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Submitted by Krill on 7 November 2019
Pretty impressive realtime 3-D world. Give us more! =)
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Submitted by steven_k on 4 November 2019
Thanks for commenting Guys, happy you liked it! @Jammer, could be, there is a lot of room for other stuff, logic, maps etc. Engine is under development still and that's the first alpha, that could be shown to the public.
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Submitted by TheRyk on 4 November 2019
even if it was precalculated this would be a nice one to look at but realtime, that's a jaw dropper!
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Submitted by Joe on 4 November 2019
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Submitted by Jammer on 4 November 2019
Awesome vector routine! You have really big balls to make 6510 calculate sth so complex in realtime at very decent framerate <3 Maybe some game utilizing this engine? :D
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Submitted by JCH on 4 November 2019
Wow, most impressive.
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Submitted by AlexC on 4 November 2019
Great work including both coding and design. Running on U64 without any problems.
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Submitted by Axis/Oxyron on 4 November 2019
Wow! Trying this is on the poor old 6502 is really brave. Well executed sir...
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Submitted by steven_k on 4 November 2019
Thanks for the kind comment! Yes, but I liked the way it looked diferent, plus it is faster. Will be improved here and there if busy daily life will allow (-:
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Submitted by Oswald on 4 November 2019
thats 2 really solid 3d routines you have there, I can count on my 1 hand how many demos have a true 3d world, well done sir! and this is probably the most accurate I've seen (in the free coordinates cateogry). also I dont think you loose most cycles at fill stage (in the world part) you could just fill those gaps in without much speed lost :)
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Submitted by steven_k on 3 November 2019
more attempts in programming graphics on c64.
on ccs64 looks way better than on vice emulator, which destroys scanlines. not sure how about real c64 ;-P
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