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Forgotten Bytes   [2005]

Forgotten Bytes Released by :
Science 451 [web]

Release Date :
24 August 2005

Type :
C64 Demo

User rating:******____  6/10 (14 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Fancy
  H.O of Science 451
Music .... Jeroen Soede
  Rock of Finnish Gold
  Tracker of Padua
Graphics .... Fancy
Text .... H.O of Science 451
  Morpheus of C64.COM, Flash Inc., The Increasing Popularity Crew, The Transfer Team
  Trazan of Dual Crew, Hitmen
Linking .... H.O of Science 451

SIDs used in this release :
Airwolf Title(/MUSICIANS/S/SoedeSoft/Soede_Jeroen/Airwolf_Title.sid)
Contest Demo (part 4)(/MUSICIANS/R/Rock/Contest_Demo_part_4.sid)
Forgotten Bytes (tune 4)(/DEMOS/UNKNOWN/Forgotten_Bytes_tune_4.sid)
No Easy(/MUSICIANS/T/Tracker/No_Easy.sid)

Contains information on the following event(s) :
LCP 2005  

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User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 1 July 2007
seriously, my first steps in democoding (~91) looked like these, and even back then I didnt consider them something bloody hard or bloody cool.
User Comment
Submitted by Stainless Steel on 1 July 2007
Quoting Knoeki
Fucking bullshit crap crap

Too many harsh words error ? Please wash mouth with soap, immediately.

User Comment
Submitted by null on 1 July 2007
V-12: that is fucking bullshit, and you know it. if Crest releases a crap demo it simply is crap, even if it is released by an elite group or not.
User Comment
Submitted by V-12 on 30 August 2005
It's not about what the demo contain but only who released it.
User Comment
Submitted by TWR on 30 August 2005
YEAH! I love these oldschool raster demos. Superb work H.O!
User Comment
Submitted by Stan on 26 August 2005
Sweet release. I can't help but this stuff I still like, because it looks so familiar. I mean, old tunes (that Airwolf FIREAGLE intro zak, yeah!), rasters, retro-stuff. Who cares if this is state of the art. Ah, H.O., now that you promised to release something different, I am really looking forward to seeing what's next! STAN/HIT
User Comment
Submitted by H.O on 26 August 2005
For those of you who liked the demo: Great! I am always happy if I can please someone

For those of you who didnt like the demo: I'm sorry, I'll try to better next time.

For both opinions: It's a demo; enjoy it if it's the style you like, dont enjoy it if its a style you dont like.

As for the demo; I do enjoy the parts coded nby Fancy (and the intro by Glerc) and my main purpose if this demo was to make sure that the work he put down got a place in S451-history too. I'm not overly thrilled with my part, and I hope I'll be able to pull something better off next time.

In either case, I hope this demo is in line with what S451 once was about; to make demos that we ourselves wanted to see, and that noone feels that watching it was a complete waste of time.
User Comment
Submitted by TDJ on 25 August 2005
Sure I'll shoot you .. whatever makes you stop snoring :)
User Comment
Submitted by Scout on 25 August 2005
@TDJ: Yeahyeahyeah, we all know you were around in '88 ;-P
I guess I get in a melancholic mood when I see a rasterbar.
So shoot me.
User Comment
Submitted by TDJ on 25 August 2005
@Scout: bullshit. I was there in 1988, remember? Hell, I even made plenty of parts that looked like those from Forgotten Bytes. Truth is, this demo wouldn't have been special then, and it isn't special now.

On a different note: me agreeing with Oswald .. flying pigs!
User Comment
Submitted by Scout on 25 August 2005
@Oswald: you had to be there in 1988. If you were, you would understand.
User Comment
Submitted by Cruzer on 25 August 2005
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Submitted by Oswald on 25 August 2005
again lots of positive comments on an unworthy piece
User Comment
Submitted by jailbird on 25 August 2005
Old school, and it looks smacky!
User Comment
Submitted by TDJ on 25 August 2005
Check my review @ http://thedarkcourt.blogspot.com/2005/08/forgotten-bytes-by-sci..
User Comment
Submitted by deizi on 23 August 2005
AHH! rasterbars! more of em please!
User Comment
Submitted by Radiant on 23 August 2005
While this is not the most stunning demo of the year technically, it certainly is one of the more charming ones. Very, very good!
User Comment
Submitted by Sledge on 23 August 2005
Very nice release indeed!

Ah! And those lovely raster bars. I would love to see them back in demos again :)
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