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Phantazm   [2006]

Phantazm Released by :
The Phantom

Release Date :
1 February 2006

Type :
C64 Demo

User rating:*******___  7.2/10 (5 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... The Phantom of Forces of Evil, Longshot
Music .... A-Man of Xenon
  Banana Joachim
  booker of Amorphis, Onslaught
  DaFunk of Industry, Onslaught, TempesT
  Laxity of Bonzai, Maniacs of Noise, Vibrants
Graphics .... The Phantom of Forces of Evil, Longshot

SIDs used in this release :
Attah 5(/MUSICIANS/B/Booker/Attah_5.sid)
Shadow of the Beast (demo)(/MUSICIANS/W/Wijnhoven_Joachim/Shadow_of_the_Beast_demo.sid)
The Alibi(/MUSICIANS/L/Laxity/Alibi.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/15485/Phantazm.d64 (downloads: 1291)

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User Comment
Submitted by Warnock on 5 August 2010
Man, I still get goosebumps watching demos from days of old. What's more exciting to me is I'm finally in contact with The PHANTOM!! AMAZING!!
User Comment
Submitted by plagueis on 12 April 2008
This is great! Discouraged NTSC coders and sceners take heart. I loved the song on the 2nd part. Also the plotter scroller was great! I don't think I've seen that in an NTSC release before, much less a 2x2 proportional scroller! Awesome.
User Comment
Submitted by The Phantom on 16 February 2006
Thanks Everyone. The demo should also work in PAL, although I didn't fix the opener, every part of it should work in both PAL and NTSC. (the opener just has untimed raster bars). I know it's not a "great" release, but I happen to think it's quite good for not coding anything since 1998.
Oh! The reason for all the scrolltexts is because I was (and still am) quite proud of my 2x2 proportional scroll routine.
Also, it's not easy doing music for a one man group :)
One thing I'm not good with is making music. I remember I used to throw down on amiga, but those days are long gone..
User Comment
Submitted by madcrow on 8 February 2006
Very oldschool. Hyper-blocky plasma, lots of scrolltexts. The selection of ripped tunes was pretty good and they work well at 60 Hz. I did like the logo-gfx a lot.
User Comment
Submitted by V-12 on 8 February 2006
Nice release! I've missed only exclusive music.
User Comment
Submitted by The Phantom on 3 February 2006
The new link has the "fixed" version, so space will do nothing on the end part.
User Comment
Submitted by The Phantom on 3 February 2006
I think this is a fair NTSC release.
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