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Industrial Terror   [2006]

Industrial Terror Released by :

Release Date :
20 August 2006

Type :
C64 Demo

Released At :
North Party v10.0

Achievements :
C64 Demo Competition at North Party v10.0 :  #2

User rating:*******___  6.9/10 (10 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Data of De-Koder, Tropyx
  Naphalm of Onslaught, Ram Jam
  V-12 of Scene World Magazine, Tropyx
Music .... Klax of Clochard, Draco, Oxygen64, Tropyx, Voodoo
Graphics .... Decompracid of Triad
  JSL of Covenant, Protovision, Tropyx
Idea .... V-12 of Scene World Magazine, Tropyx
Charset .... JSL of Covenant, Protovision, Tropyx
Linking .... V-12 of Scene World Magazine, Tropyx
Loader .... Krill of Plush

SIDs used in this release :
Dark 2(/MUSICIANS/K/Klax/Dark_2.sid)
Noise 2(/MUSICIANS/K/Klax/Noise_2.sid)
Quit 3(/MUSICIANS/K/Klax/Quit_3.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by Data on 27 April 2015
yup, we done it on purpose. This anagram means in Polish: Blowjobing ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by CONS on 14 June 2012
This demo is really, really enjoyable! Good work there!
But one thing surprises me, nobody seems to have noticed that one big logo says "loDAing" :D take a look : http://artcity.bitfellas.org/index.php?a=show&id=29452
that made me grin a little :)
Ok, i was informed its highly likely it is a deliberate misspelling. Nevertheless, its funny, wheter you get it or don't ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Naphalm on 28 August 2006
i agree. EOT. besides exons dentro is quite nice. congrats!
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 28 August 2006
well, this comment is only supernoise's freelance and i think that was rather unnecessary :| what is the use of digging in the old and stinky shit? stop that quarrel, now! :P
User Comment
Submitted by Bedrich on 28 August 2006
In our (Exon) opinion voting for yourself or your team's colleague(s) is a dishonourable action. But we do accept the results of the demo competition at the North Party (vox populi...). As to the "exons problem", we have never claimed that we are the best. We don't even bother much about prizes, but we simply believe in fairplay and ethical behaviour.

But the trackmo itself is rather nice and I must say, I really like V-12.
User Comment
Submitted by SuperNoise on 28 August 2006
Anyway, if we talk about demo... It's probbably the best demo I have ever seen from Tropyx, they did progress... it's fact and it will be quite interesting to see their next production!
User Comment
Submitted by Naphalm on 28 August 2006
i exactly remember at one of those first NP where Volcano was compaining and playing the very best coder at the same time. sorry if accidentally i dropt you to the same bag as him :) you cannot be best as you arent EXON member anymore :) anyway, back to the subject. well, if tropyx has voted for themselves then i agree: it is lame and shouldnt never happened. this is obvious to not to vote on yourself. EOT. cheers
User Comment
Submitted by SuperNoise on 28 August 2006
I'm affraid you don't understand what I'm talking about.
1. I'm not in Exon at all.
2. I don't complain.
3. I'm not the best (simply... because I'm not in Exon :)
4. I have no problem with cheating, Tropyx have one.
5. I'm not yelling, I talk about facts.
6. I have no problems with reading and understanding.

This is list of facts I noticed one minute after your comment. If you need more, just call me.

Best regards,
User Comment
Submitted by Naphalm on 28 August 2006
oh my gosh. as usually.. the very same exons problem. 'we are the best and we were cheated yet one more time'. gosh, stop it please. take what you got and move on instead of yelling 'we have to release outside poland to get not cheated'. as far as i remember the same exons prob occurred on each NP party i was present on. your demos are nice, but gosh, stop yelling and complaining! no offence dudes.
User Comment
Submitted by SuperNoise on 27 August 2006
"Congratulations for those who have voted for themselves, what was aganist the rules:

1. V-12 [Murdock] / Tropyx for his group's demo and for his music compo entry" - It's a fragment of text placed on the official 'North Party 10' www site.

The true is, then 30 people is on the party place, 20 of them votes and 3-4 of them votes for themselve or friends from their group, everything is possible!

I was in Exon few years and conclusion is very simply, if Exon wants to take a good place in the demo compo they have to release the production outside Poland.
User Comment
Submitted by Data on 27 August 2006
Answering to Jetboy`s comment:
The Exon Dentro was in uncomplite stage, and shown at party as unfinished. I think that might was the reason to achive 3-rd place, or there where some other reasons.
Best regards
User Comment
Submitted by tempest on 26 August 2006
nice and dark polish crapmo feel. 10/10 demo of year.
"who fuckin' said that the polish scene is death?"
User Comment
Submitted by dalezy on 24 August 2006
probably the best tropyx demo yet - to my liking. klax seems to be getting better too, i almost liked the tune in the endpart until it took off again. =)
nice graphics by dcmp, tho they didn't fit the whole theme of the demo at all (maybe it's me, but you can't mix strawberries and spinach, right?)
User Comment
Submitted by Jetboy on 24 August 2006
Strange - i have the same cop o f vice installed at home/work. And while it was not working at home, i had no problem running it at work. @_@

btw. How its possible it placed 2nd? The 3rd demo from that party is much beter.

@JackAsser: I always tripple check those settings before asking if it works.
User Comment
Submitted by JackAsser on 24 August 2006
@jetboy: Works fine here, both in VICE and on the real thing. But just so you know, Murdock really HATES emulators. ;) Anyways, did you enable true drive emulation, and disabled virtual device traps in VICE? (remeber those settings changes kinda random with drag'n'dropping etc.)
User Comment
Submitted by Jetboy on 24 August 2006
Can you run it on emulator? Seems neither my vice nor ccs64 wants to swallow this - it hungs up after decrunch.
User Comment
Submitted by JackAsser on 23 August 2006
I'm so happy you guys released this! Good work, keep up the release spirit! Good linking Murdock, better and better each time.
User Comment
Submitted by Odyn on 23 August 2006
Murdock, JSL, and others - finally saved the NP demo compo with their entry, palls, you made it! Maybe in next time I'll support you with some gfx, in this time I did not.

Personal greetz 2 Murdock: man, you made it in a fuckin' short time period, it's awesome ;]
Keep in rollin' : C64 scene is alive - as long as people are still making demos, when they stops, scene will die shortly.
User Comment
Submitted by Naphalm on 23 August 2006
nah, this is not how it looks like :) i put just peanuts effort in this release. just helped them a little and gave some advices. im still inactive and there in this release i shouldnt be even mentioned :) anyway, they were very kind that added me to the credits. cheers
User Comment
Submitted by Jak T Rip on 23 August 2006
Naphalm! Good to see you again. Tropyx activity rules.
Of course the main applause must go to V-12, though...
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