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Eppy Lapsy 44 NoMus   [2021]

Eppy Lapsy 44 NoMus Released by :
Genesis Project [web]

Release Date :
23 February 2021

Type :
C64 256b Intro

Epilepsy with no Music 44b

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (7 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Wertstahl of Genesis Project

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User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 22 August 2021
Pretty cool!
User Comment
Submitted by Monte Carlos on 25 February 2021
Honestly, this is sth for the big-screen.
... On the last day of the party. ... To make people leave ... ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by ws on 24 February 2021
Screenshot updated due to popular demand.
Skate: No rest for the wicked, i guess ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by Skate on 24 February 2021
I have no comments for the production itself but... :)

"I was struggeling with very extreme sleepieness and near-death-lack-of-motivation over the past few weeks"

Dude, this is definitely not an excuse considering the product size and complexity. :) People try to break a world record, create a 3d engine etc. After working on it for several months, sometimes they say "i lost my motivation and released as is" but nope, that excuse doesn't apply in your case. :)
User Comment
Submitted by ws on 24 February 2021
Okay, okay, okay... TheRyk asked so nicely, Krill totally has a point.. here 43b with sound: http://dl.dataelephant.net/eppy43mus.prg
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Submitted by ws on 24 February 2021
Tbh, first i tried it at the well known zp location but it crashed the first time i ran it. I didn't want to find out why so i used the other vector method which i somehow like more. And at first it was just a bw strobe. So i set it to red/cyan, was happy it also worked on ntsc, proof of concept, first, done. I was struggeling with very extreme sleepieness and near-death-lack-of-motivation over the past few weeks, so this is actually just something i made to find out if i can even still remember how to do it, without looking anything up (tbh the vectors hook i have as a default template). And i know if i sit there for hours to optimise things by looking up or bruteforcing the correct byte order of commands, always some wizard will come and say, oh - didn't you know you could have done it in n bytes less! So 44 is good for me, firstie, little joke, done. :-)
User Comment
Submitted by chatGPZ on 23 February 2021
I am more curious on how you managed to produce this funky screenshot :=)
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Submitted by Krill on 23 February 2021
This looks like you even didn't bother to use the first few trivial optimisations in the book =D

Thought this would be some kind of new meme in the vein of https://www.pouet.net/search.php?what=grey+screen but... no. :)

So... red and cyan, yes, flipped once a frame at VBL?
User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 23 February 2021
no mus? ;(
User Comment
Submitted by wil on 23 February 2021
Very inspiring! I made a BASIC version: c=2:b=53280:s=b+1:pO56334,0.:fOrt=.to9e9:wAb-15,128:pOb,c:pOs,c:c=5-c:nE
User Comment
Submitted by ws on 23 February 2021
I guess i am actually still just doing this to see what everyone else might come up with that is like 10 times more efficient :-D
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