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Dr_Phil   [2007]

Dr_Phil Release Date :
14 January 2007

Type :
C64 Graphics  (MultiColor)

AKA :
Cure Me From My Ill

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (3 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
No credits found

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/36642/Dr_Phil.prg (downloads: 221)

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User Comment
Submitted by Ed on 16 January 2007
I am only a coder and a musician. It was a long time ago I ever made some gfx on the C64, except of course for the Green thing (called Eve and Eve)

The credits is probably missing here because nobody could be credited ? It looks like the code was made with GangED...
The image looks like something transfered using the great tool Project One.
User Comment
Submitted by Steppe on 16 January 2007
So Ed, did you pixel this? If yes, why didn't you add credits for artist/group?
User Comment
Submitted by Ed on 16 January 2007
... Wow what a Dr.Phil explanation, Mace! ;D

It almost sounded Freudian there for a moment. What a rush.

Zyron you are right: the Hulk is the man!
User Comment
Submitted by Mace on 15 January 2007
@ Helm: could you please explain to the scene what you just said? 'Cause I don't understand...
User Comment
Submitted by Helm on 14 January 2007
The scene told the scene told the scene that the scene did that to the scene, and do you know how the scene replied?

It talked to the scene.
User Comment
Submitted by Higgie on 14 January 2007
i must say that i understood Christmas Eve better than this one. :|
User Comment
Submitted by Mace on 14 January 2007
Hahaha... this makes for a beautiful graphics story!

It must have all started when The Postmoderns released Christmas Eve, but they weren't understood very well. Mermaid tried to save the world with Christmas Day but it was postmodernized again in Unnamed Art 2 soon after.

Now ppl were getting the hang of odd stuff...

Zealot came with his Glance and Mermaid made it nice again with Schnee. HeMa responded with Boxing Day, then Mirage came with White Noise Kills The Scene. After that Ed & Joe were on a Postmodern roll but got lazy, so we saw the release of He took some sort of White Pill and the same day White Phil. And now this one...
Although they didn't add credits, it is too coincidental that the uploaders were Ed and Joe ;-)

But you must see the cycle: it started with a green pattern and it ended with a green Dr. Phil. :-D
User Comment
Submitted by Thunder.Bird on 13 January 2007
watt hefft wie lacht!
User Comment
Submitted by stash on 13 January 2007
roumers has it that this is no fake nor is it converted
User Comment
Submitted by Higgie on 13 January 2007
can we have a category for faked/converted gfx, please?
User Comment
Submitted by Steppe on 13 January 2007
So, is this some kind of anonymous spamming? Load a photo into the PC converter, play with the saturation sliders and sell it as C64 graphics?
These entries without any sort of credits are lost in the database forever, consider this folks.
User Comment
Submitted by Zyron on 13 January 2007
Dr. Phil is the Hulk!
User Comment
Submitted by Jon on 13 January 2007
Dr. Phil is looking a bit green around the gills.
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