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Canada Demo   [2020]

Canada Demo Released by :

Release Date :
8 February 2020

Type :
C64 One-File Demo

Released At :
Fjälldata 2020

Achievements :
C64 Demo Competition at Fjälldata 2020 :  #6

User rating:******____  6/10 (8 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... KMS
Music .... Red
Text .... KMS

SIDs used in this release :
Think Twice III(/MUSICIANS/R/Red_Kimmel_Jeroen/Think_Twice_III.sid)

Scrolltext and other text in this release : ()
Canada Demo part1 :
Canada Demo scroll part2:

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User Comment
Submitted by KMS on 15 February 2020
@Mermaid: Thanks, at least I got it out the door as TheRyk said :) Release triggered by redcrab's post about "halfmade stuff" and "Fjälldata2020" :)
If I release something more in the future, I'll have to do something a bit more advanced than this small and simple piece...
User Comment
Submitted by Mermaid on 14 February 2020
Thumbs up for PAL-fixing, finishing and releasing the demo after 31 years!
User Comment
Submitted by KMS on 12 February 2020
@The Ryk: I searched for "Girl's face" on CSDB and lo and behold... Girl's Face & Hires Demo ... so now we are a little wiser, don't you think ? :)

@The Ryk & @Joe: The three of us are obviously not the only ones wondering about the origins and name of this picture :) There is also a forum post with external links and information about it here:
Release id #47782 : hires.demo
In one of those links there is a D80 image with files and two of the files named "KAREN LOADER" and "ML KAREN". I did not analyse the files much but the story in the link is interesting.
User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 10 February 2020
Joe nicely spotted, though Contex' scroll (known as "girl's face" or more appropriately "face of a woman") leaves us none the wiser ^^

KMS: anyway, good to push it out of the door after 31 years instead of letting it rot on your disks forever :)
User Comment
Submitted by KMS on 10 February 2020
@Joe: Yes, I agree Joe. I always liked that picture. Well-put use of one coloured hires. Maybe, I should upload the picture separately so someone could 'name' it and put down the origin of it...
User Comment
Submitted by Joe on 10 February 2020
@KMS, yes it's "Karen" I think. Still it could be so cool to be reminded yet again where the origins was. It's a really awesome one colored hires!
Cool mention of that magazine btw!
User Comment
Submitted by KMS on 10 February 2020
@TheRyk: Haha :)

I was trying to find the origin of this picture. I have it as "HIRES DATA" on the same disk where the code the demo is made out of, was on.
Also, I have named the FLD code piece "KAREN-FLD" on that disk. So, the WOMAN is some Karen I guess... But I can't find anything else related to Karen on any of my dumped disks...
At first I thought it was on an "Oberoende Computer disk" I had but can't find anything on that one.
User Comment
Submitted by Joe on 10 February 2020
TheRyk: It's a woman from some old Commodore demo or something, preferably looked best in this demo (in Multicolored mode):
Top Priority/Contex
User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 10 February 2020
who's the dude in the screen? Boy George?
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