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Crest Light   [1992]

Crest Light Released by :

Release Date :
June 1992

Type :
C64 Demo


Released At :
Brutal & Hurricane Summer Party 1992

Achievements :
C64 Demo Competition at Brutal & Hurricane Summer Party 1992 :  #5

User rating:*********_  9/10 (25 votes)   See votestatistics
*********_  8.9/10 (12 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Crossbow of Crest
  Vision of Crest
Music .... Deek of Crest, Digital Syndicate, Vibrants
  Drax of Bonzai, Crest, Vibrants
  MSK of Crest
  Xayne of Beat Machine, Crest
Graphics .... Crossbow of Crest
  Vision of Crest
Text .... Crossbow of Crest
  Goldrush of Crest
  Vision of Crest

SIDs used in this release :
Billig Oel(/MUSICIANS/D/DRAX/Billig_Oel.sid)
It's Over(/MUSICIANS/D/Deek/Its_Over.sid)
Mini Rolf(/MUSICIANS/M/MSK/Mini_Rolf.sid)
Victor 20(/MUSICIANS/M/MSK/Victor_20.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by Sith on 31 March 2014
Not slamming the long one; If you read the opening scroll it's about slamming the toilet flush instead. :P

As for the demo; coolest unlimited bobs I've ever seen. It's mentioned that someone else invented the effect but I haven't seen the original. This one is just plain gorgeous though, and so many patterns to enjoy as well.

Sinus scroller is nuts but I've seen a better one in a more recent demo somewhere. ;)

End scroll is the bomb. Biggest one I've seen, and in sideborder lol.
Colorful scroll was very pretty.

I've seen enough Crest demos to understand Crossbow is an amazing coder. Is he still around? I hope he will return to demomaking. An enormous loss if he left...
User Comment
Submitted by plagueis on 12 October 2009
Very nice...this was the golden age for slamming the long one!!
User Comment
Submitted by Tao on 7 October 2006
@WEC: You *really* seem to have the hots for producing graphics on the PC. Almost every old demo has comments from you saying that they could be improved today by wiring graphics from the PC. Why not appreciate the demos for what they are instead?
User Comment
Submitted by trident on 17 September 2006
The hires fli fpp scroll completely blew me away the first time I saw this demo. And the fli/fpp/tech tech logo is just mad.
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 15 September 2006
now its time to invent unlimited boobs :)
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 14 September 2006
one of the nicest unlimited bobs i've ever seen on c-64 ;)
User Comment
Submitted by HCL on 12 September 2006
What is Marinda Light!? Well, just a tech-tech hires-fli logo with a multicolor fpp-logo above. Plus a scroller :P. The coolest load of the demo, that's my opinion at that time anyways.
User Comment
Submitted by The Phantom on 12 September 2006
This demo made me thirsty :)

As always, great work from Crest.

User Comment
Submitted by Shadow on 11 September 2006
Damn, either my memory is bad or completely missed this demo back in the day, because I can't recall ever seeing it before! Great stuff, pure coderporn as always from Crossbow! :)
User Comment
Submitted by HCL on 10 September 2006
@Oswald: Well, you're right, but that goes for many of the demos from this era :).
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 8 September 2006
W O W. this demo havent aged a lot, anyone could be proud even today doing any of the parts in this demo.
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