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Visual Delight 2   [1995]

Visual Delight 2 Released by :

Release Date :
January 1995

Type :
C64 Demo

VD2, Finished Version

User rating:********__  7.8/10 (16 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Compyx of Focus
  Heathcliff of Focus
  Mirage of Focus
  The Dark Judge of Focus
  X-Byte of Focus
Music .... Drax of Bonzai, Crest, Vibrants
  Hein of Focus, Vision
  JVD of Focus
  MCA of Focus
  Reyn Ouwehand of Paradize, Scoop
  Vincent Voois
Graphics .... Compyx of Focus
  Hein of Focus, Vision
  Mirage of Focus
  Sander of Focus
Design .... Mirage of Focus
Text .... Hein of Focus, Vision
  Mirage of Focus
  The Dark Judge of Focus
  Trap of Bonzai

SIDs used in this release :
Because of Love(/MUSICIANS/V/Voois_Vincent/Because_of_Love.sid)
Dancing Shoe(/MUSICIANS/J/JVD/Dancing_Shoe.sid)
Intro Tune(/MUSICIANS/M/MCA/Intro_Tune.sid)
Slide n Glide(/MUSICIANS/J/JVD/Slide_n_Glide.sid)
Things Change(/MUSICIANS/H/Holt_Hein/Things_Change.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 7 September 2023
Now I understand why the confusion in the dating of this production. The demo was shown INCOMPLETE in 1993 and this entry is a fix that was released much time later, should be dated 1995 because it's even said in the note: "it took us over a year to finish but here it finally is.. visual delight 2 was finished in the very first week of 1995 by a real frustrated tdj"
And while at it, this shouldn't be linked to the 1993 Party, because it's a 1995 release, and an empty entry linked to the 1993 party should say that the party version isn't spread and look at this one instead.
User Comment
Submitted by GH on 7 March 2020
Hein tune still roxxers!!
User Comment
Submitted by Compyx on 12 May 2007
The final part (mine) was coded with a machine code monitor, probably FC3, due to memory constraints. I can't believe I actually did that, after having coded in TA for years ;)

The bitmap font is still one of the finest fonts I ever did, IMHO, simple but elegant. It's the font you see in the screenshot, since X-Byte (or I) was lazy and so it was used to mash up a logo for the intro.

I think I'll use it to write an article on bitmap-scrollers for codebase64 (if I can get off my lazy arse, that is).
User Comment
Submitted by Ed on 9 November 2006
A Good ol' time favorite of mine. This was the Focus style - never out of fashion :P

Really great routines and also splendid art work. I rememeber somebody spread around the picture-flip part already back in 1993, so that was really no news when it later came out ;D
User Comment
Submitted by Dwangi on 22 June 2003
The full screen fli d.x.y.p.p was a great idea :) otherwise an overrated demo which i cant understand why it took the third place at tp3.
User Comment
Submitted by jailbird on 29 March 2002
Absolutely great demo! Old skool dutch elite kicking major arses 8)
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