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0ldsk00l 4ever!   [2006]

0ldsk00l 4ever! Released by :

Release Date :
28 December 2006

Type :
C64 Demo

Released At :
tUM 2006

Achievements :
Mixed Demo Competition at tUM 2006 :  #9

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (2 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Data of De-Koder, Tropyx
  V-12 of Scene World Magazine, Tropyx
  Vegeta of Clochard, Draco, Tropyx
Music .... V-12 of Scene World Magazine, Tropyx
Graphics .... JSL of Covenant, Protovision, Tropyx
Idea .... V-12 of Scene World Magazine, Tropyx
Text .... Data of De-Koder, Tropyx
  JSL of Covenant, Protovision, Tropyx
  TWR of Crypt, Myth, Tropyx
  V-12 of Scene World Magazine, Tropyx
Charset .... JSL of Covenant, Protovision, Tropyx
Loader .... Krill of Plush
Sampling .... Data of De-Koder, Tropyx

SIDs used in this release :
Co mi dasz(/MUSICIANS/V/V-12/Co_mi_dasz.sid)
Intro Tune(/MUSICIANS/V/V-12/Intro_Tune.sid)
Sounds Cool!(/MUSICIANS/V/V-12/Sounds_Cool.sid)
Welcome Back! (FutuRemix)(/MUSICIANS/V/V-12/Welcome_Back_FutuRemix.sid)
Welcome Home!(/MUSICIANS/V/V-12/Welcome_Home.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by bugjam on 6 January 2007
@ FZool: 3 C64 entries - still too little, but at least :-/. Just uploaded my Oldschool Pixel entry.
On the demo: I actually quite like it. And it does not promise more than it gives you.
User Comment
Submitted by Fzool on 3 January 2007
Thanks for the greetings Murdock! :) And not only because of the greetings i like this production. Sure, no great coding skillz shown, graphics are not on the mirage/mermaid/etc. top level but maybe that is the sharme of it?

Anyway, i am getting older :) Time to like oldskool? o_O

By the way, only two entries from c64 at tUM*o6 is really a shame. Ok, i do not release anything at all. So how could i complain? :P
User Comment
Submitted by Platoon on 3 January 2007
ok thanks alot :D
User Comment
Submitted by fade on 3 January 2007
and 1.14
User Comment
Submitted by Higgie on 3 January 2007
@platoon: works fine on winvice 1.16
User Comment
Submitted by Platoon on 3 January 2007
hmmmm isnt working in an emulator = my only way to see it :( crashes after the voice at the very start of it :P
User Comment
Submitted by Higgie on 3 January 2007
hmmm... i'm not sure if i like it or not. it's very hard for me to judge. i mostly like people doing oldschool demos but this one lacks continuity. the mixture of charsets and various other style elements is what i don't like in this demo. and i have to agree with scout on the music. ... the tum2006 was a big disappointment for the c64 scene (which according to TWRs scrolltext doesn't exist anymore), i guess. :( but that's my fault as i didn't manage to show up or at least send in some gfx for the compo. ;)
User Comment
Submitted by yago on 2 January 2007
Was the ony c64 demo at tum2006, and it crashed.
User Comment
Submitted by Scout on 2 January 2007
I understand why it would be fun by making an oldschool demo nowadays but if you do it, do it good.
This demo ain't the way to do it. I've seen better demo's back in 1988.
The gfx by JSL are very dissapointing and the music...well, it's Future Composer but it's not a reason to create an uninspired cacaphony.
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