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JustinBlue   [2023]

JustinBlue Released by :
Graffity

Release Date :
12 February 2023

Type :
C64 Demo

Released At :
Fjälldata 2023

Achievements :
C64 Demo Competition at Fjälldata 2023 :  #1

User rating:**********  9.5/10 (30 votes)   See votestatistics
**********  9.7/10 (12 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Cheesion of Graffity
  Clarence of Chorus
  Grabowsky of Graffity
Music .... Brian of Graffity, The Imperium Arts
  Jay of Graffity
Graphics .... Cheesion of Graffity
  Cybortech of Graffity
  Davis of Graffity
Text .... Calt of Graffity
  Cheesion of Graffity
  Davis of Graffity
  Grabowsky of Graffity
  Jay of Graffity
Charset .... Cybortech of Graffity
  Davis of Graffity
Linking .... Cheesion of Graffity
Docs .... Calt of Graffity
  Cheesion of Graffity
  Jay of Graffity
Test .... Clarence of Chorus
  Jay of Graffity
Directory Art .... Clarence of Chorus
  Cybortech of Graffity
  Grabowsky of Graffity

Download :
https://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/242039/Justinblue_99%_RC.zip (downloads: 612)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by ChristopherJam on 8 March 2023
Aww, that demo note hit me right in the feels (I know all too well the experience of having an never-released record breaker surpassed years after the part was originally coded), and to add on top of that long lost group members, changes in dev environment, debugging parts that noone even remembers working on...

This production has had such a journey to its release, it's a privilege to see it in its final form.

Definitely the right call to release it as a 1993 demo rather than shoehorning into a trackmo with updated effects. Mad respect for sticking with pucrunch, too.

Cheers for the tech note, and yeah, super advanced for 1993.
User Comment
Submitted by ChristopherJam on 8 March 2023
Still fresh after all these years. Love those kefrens (so many colours!) and that plasma cycler, and an excellent art collection on the B side.

And that Depeche Mode inspired scrolltext - epic!
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Submitted by Pantaloon on 5 March 2023
did not see this until now, super nice stuff and the music is ace!
User Comment
Submitted by Slator on 19 February 2023
wow, after all those years finally released. Some very nice routines are in this beauty which would have stirred up shit back then and are still nice to see nowadays. Thanks for this nice trip down the memory lane with leavinbg the design untouched and so early 90ies.
Has been a long time since I read so much DM text :D
Now that your are finally done with this massive brain-blocker, you are free to create something new!
You are more than welcome to do so.
thanks for not giving up hope and releasing this
User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 18 February 2023
Enjoyed this one very much!
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Submitted by DeMOSic on 14 February 2023
Great demo with great effects and great music and great-- 2000 years later... great graphics and great...
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Submitted by Joe on 13 February 2023
Nice tricks! I like these kinds of demos: No transition, just explanatory like Crest did once and bam!
Inspirational, together with the reading of the two attached notes.
User Comment
Submitted by Mibri on 13 February 2023
A super cool show - congratulations on getting it finished and out into the world!
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Submitted by papapower on 13 February 2023
Very nice ! good to see it released at least, hope you make some more
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Submitted by HCL on 13 February 2023
What an achievement!! Thanx guys for resurrecting the parts of this wonderful demo. Some of these parts would really have turned the world upside down if they had been released back in 1992.

The name JustinBlue.. damn it, i was more than just convinced that i had seen a demo with this name already. Still can not recall ever seeing those effects before.. Feels like a mystery to me.

Well deserved compo-winner of course! A must-see for everyone!
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Submitted by Hermit on 12 February 2023
Gratula, ez legendás stuff & group! :)
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Submitted by Cybortech on 12 February 2023
Thank you DeeKay!
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Submitted by Jazzcat on 12 February 2023
Thanks guys for getting this demo out. I remember people were talking about it in 1992 or so ("JIB was coming...") and finally you have done it. Superb!
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Submitted by Smasher on 12 February 2023
welcome back!
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Submitted by Groepaz on 12 February 2023
That directory thing is by far my favourite part of this demo (not saying the rest is bad at all). Very cool :)
User Comment
Submitted by Clarence on 12 February 2023
"The d64 is not "mine", I just found it upped here this morning."

Normally, you shouldn't have found anything in the first place.
I created and locked the release after the compo, and overnight someone unlocked it and uploaded the trash d64 version as an additional link.

It's all good now, thanks for removing the link!
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 12 February 2023
The d64 is not "mine", I just found it upped here this morning.
The comment with the link has been already removed, don't you worry about it.
I already wasted all day ripping the tunes from this party, I don't need to waste any more about this incident. Move along.
User Comment
Submitted by Clarence on 12 February 2023
Ian,
we are 'combative' about this, because fixing the directory-changer behavior, to work as it is now literally delayed the release of the demo for years. We wan't to eliminate "trash" versions from the get go to be spread, fe. if somebody with the d64 version reads the technical note, will not understand what Cheesion is talking about.

About the sids, there is a volume compensation built in for every sid in the demo (except the note files), so the watcher can enjoy the demo without adjusting the volume at the digi part. As far as I know Jay & Brian intend to submit their tunes to hvsc where the volume is full, and I'm sure they will also upload it here soon.
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Submitted by Jay on 12 February 2023
Ian Coog: no, the demo does not work. The note clearly tells it should display a different directory art, and your “hacked” version clearly fails in that regard. Please respect our efforts and remove your version from the comments. Thank you for understanding!
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Submitted by iAN CooG on 12 February 2023
I can't remove comments, I have to wait for the mods do it. To me it worked, I watched the demo and I could extract the files from it to unpack them and rip the tunes. Other than that I don't know what it's not working.

Also, if I have to "unlock" the entry to enter the sids (I just ripped them right now) whenever is the time, I'll do it, I don't have to ask permission for it. When it's done I'll remove my permission to edit the entry as usual.
I'm not here to vandalize entries, but to put some order when there is no other cleaning them.
User Comment
Submitted by Clarence on 12 February 2023
Ian Coog,
the d64 doesn't work, that's the point. The directory-bugger is integral part of the demo, you have no idea how freaking much work was involved to make that work.

I kindly ask you to remove your comment with the link to an unofficial version that is unrelated to our intentions. I also kindly ask you to not unlock the editing of this entry without any reason.
User Comment
Submitted by 6R6 on 12 February 2023
Many thanks for the show!
And very nice with the different directory art!
Crest made something "similar" in one of their 90's demos. Don't remember the name. They changed the directory after you started the demo.
User Comment
Submitted by katon on 12 February 2023
Congratulations on this wonderful Demo. There is a wonderful atmosphere here, everything looks elegant!
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Submitted by Monte Carlos on 12 February 2023
What a surprise. The screenshots make me eager on watching this asap.
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Submitted by Cruzer on 12 February 2023
What a nice gem you've managed to dig up there. Thank God for the sturdiness of 5'25'' disks. :) Mad props for doing 3rd line 16 color Alcatrazbars/Kefrensbars 18 years before I thought I came up with a new invention, and the colorcycler is just impossibly smooth!
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Submitted by Wile Coyote on 12 February 2023
It has been a while since i watched a demo like this.. the plasma looked rather smooth..
The 1st image in the flooder part looks really quite something (i liked the other pic's also)
The End up scroll could use some slowing down.
The last thing i expected the 1541 to do was rotate ;D
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 12 February 2023
Wow! Graffity is back! Even with Grabowsky and Cybortech! Missed you guys! ;-)
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Submitted by wacek on 12 February 2023
Dear Graffity, I always loved your demos and I am tremendously happy to see this released. You have been one of the groups inspiring me to become involved in the demoscene back in the beginning of the 90s :)
Stay with us longer, keep on creating, the beauty of nowadays C64 demoscene is that there is place and appreciation of schools old and new, different styles and paces, mathematics, design, VIC trickery and whatever floats anyone's boat. We need more Graffity demos. I do, at least! ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Clarence on 12 February 2023
Whoever uploaded a hacked d64 version, please never do that again, or touch this entry, you don't have anything to do with this production. Also whichever admin unlocked the entry for him, why?
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Submitted by psych858o on 12 February 2023
Lovely work! Didn’t expect Graffiti to make another demo. What a surprise!
Some great parts, nice pixels and smooth tunes there. Overall, very cozy feeling that brings back childhood memories.
Thank you for that!
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Submitted by Murphy on 12 February 2023
Congratulations guys, this is a huge surprise!

Anyway, 30 years from start to finish. This is probably also a world record :)
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Submitted by Oswald on 12 February 2023
just wow, heard about it from Clarence, but never thought this will see the daylight, mad respect.
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Submitted by SMC on 12 February 2023
What a blast from the past! Hope to see more stuff in the near future.
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Submitted by Case on 12 February 2023
Woke up to check the result and presented with a new Graffity release. Brilliant. Hope this is the start of many more.
User Comment
Submitted by Xiny6581 on 12 February 2023
A very nice blast from the past, done in style and finesse!
Also a neat surprise to see your return <3
Welcome back!
User Comment
Submitted by ws on 12 February 2023
Old VICE detection boo.
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Submitted by Visage on 12 February 2023
So nice to see that you finally finished and released! Great demo, congrats, guys! Hoping that this release brings you back, we need Graffity!
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