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Ghost in the Machine   [2007]

Ghost in the Machine Released by :
Tristar & Red Sector Incorporated [web]

Release Date :
28 May 2007

Type :
C64 DTV

Released At :
Maximum Overdose 8

Achievements :
Mixed Competition at Maximum Overdose 8 :  #1

User rating:*********_  8.5/10 (19 votes)   See votestatistics
*********_  8.9/10 (10 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Peiselulli of Tristar & Red Sector Incorporated
  Street Tuff of Red Sector Incorporated, Tristar & Red Sector Incorporated
Music .... Linus of Triad, Viruz
Graphics .... Spotter of Tristar & Red Sector Incorporated
  Street Tuff of Red Sector Incorporated, Tristar & Red Sector Incorporated
  Titus of Rabenauge
Loader .... Cadaver of Covert Bitops


SIDs used in this release :
Ghost in the Machine(/MUSICIANS/L/Linus/Ghost_in_the_Machine.sid)

Download :
http://www.daupara.de/dtv/TRSI_-_C64-DTV_-_Ghost_in_the_machine.avi (downloads: 2590)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/40561/TRSI_-_C64-DTV_-_Ghost_in_the_machine._DTVTrans.rar (downloads: 2301)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/40558/TRSI_-_C64-DTV_-_Ghost_in_the_machine_-_1541a.d64 (downloads: 1246)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/40559/TRSI_-_C64-DTV_-_Ghost_in_the_machine_-_1541b.d64 (downloads: 1093)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/40596/Ghost_in_the_machine_6581_nofilter.sid (downloads: 1090)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/40560/TRSI_-_C64-DTV_-_Ghost_in_the_machine_-_1581.d64 (downloads: 866)
http://www.daupara.de/dtv/trsi_-_ghost_in_the_machine.avi (downloads: 533)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/62634/gitm-flashable.zip (downloads: 416)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by Street Tuff on 29 July 2008
just added a version that is flashable.
a version with fast depacker from peiselulli's dtv kernal will follow later....


ENJOY!
User Comment
Submitted by Richard on 13 October 2007
This is awesome :)
User Comment
Submitted by Stan on 30 September 2007
Guve me more of this shit, Tuffi.
User Comment
Submitted by Street Tuff on 21 August 2007
just added a new video capture that Zer0-x did. finally a version without skipping sound :)
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 5 July 2007
Hooray! Can't wait to see this when I get home! ;-) Big thumbs up for Tuffie, Peiselulli, Linus and the rest!
Does this look nice without the soldered Luma-fix?
User Comment
Submitted by Archmage on 8 June 2007
Nice! My soldering iron comes up from the basement today!
User Comment
Submitted by ... on 31 May 2007
cool!! I like it!!

Is your DTV (PAL i suppose) color-fixed ?
User Comment
Submitted by Clarence on 30 May 2007
Finally a decent multipart demo on the DTV. Great work guys!

I wish I had a properly modded DTV to see this working on the hardware...
User Comment
Submitted by anonym on 30 May 2007
Love it. Great stuff, Street Tuff & co.
User Comment
Submitted by Hoild on 29 May 2007
Congrats guys! You have proven the DTV to be a sweet tiny 8bit demoplatform. Here is hoping for more DTV releases!
-And I must add, even for an early demo on the platform, I don't think GitM would be far from pushing the limits as is often the case with early releases on new platforms. The only weak aspect about this demo is timing -- the scheduling of the effects one after the other, and the time spent on some could have been set up better. But technical excellency is already there.

And at last C-64 has a clone to be on par hardware-wise with those crazy eastern-european speccy clones! \;]>
User Comment
Submitted by Viscid on 29 May 2007
Sorry, not my pair of shoes...got boring after a while. But it's o.k. for the effort.
User Comment
Submitted by ne7 on 29 May 2007
awesome awesome work :)
User Comment
Submitted by Shadow on 28 May 2007
Great to see someone finally put some effort into creating a "real" demo for the DTV.

I guess I'll need to look into aquiring DTV-Trans cable, because loading from disk takes FOREVER! :)
User Comment
Submitted by tlr on 28 May 2007
I had to recheck this on the DTV just now, I was pretty tired yesterday when ran it.

Nice music, nice graphics, good flow and a nice showcase of effects.
A little low in the frame rate department on some effects, but all in all I like it! :)

Thumbs up for providing a dtvtrans version!
User Comment
Submitted by Medicus on 28 May 2007
mhhh.... wheres a DTV-emulator when you need one? :(
User Comment
Submitted by Lynn on 28 May 2007
wow, pretty cool stuff... :D <3 the plasma looked a bit weird on the video though...


and.. I got greeted...? w00t XD
User Comment
Submitted by JackAsser on 28 May 2007
Great stuff!!! <8

@StreetTuff: Now we're even ok? =D
User Comment
Submitted by Yazoo on 28 May 2007
it was a pleasure to see this on the big screen. really good job peiselulli and streetuff :) i am looking forward to your next dtv production
User Comment
Submitted by Trazan on 28 May 2007
YE of S

This was a very uplifting demo with the energy flowing with lightspeed all through the show. Impressive!

RotSektor and Streetknuff did a great job really. Kalsong ON for you guys!
User Comment
Submitted by Naphalm on 28 May 2007
damn you, i WANT this DTV thing badly !!! :)
User Comment
Submitted by Stan on 28 May 2007
Street Tuff, if I havent said it on the party already: Great baby!
User Comment
Submitted by Jailbird on 28 May 2007
Lovely! \:D/
User Comment
Submitted by Jucke on 28 May 2007
If c64 and Amiga had a kid, it would do demos like this when it grew up. Man, this really was a pleasant surprise. Like c64 on steroids. I was dropping my jaw when i saw the speed of the shadebobs and then that multicolour plasma. Phew. And the music by Linus is really really fierce!
User Comment
Submitted by Skate on 28 May 2007
@Cruzer: hahaha :)

Good work guys, I really enjoyed the demo. I'm sure you worked hard on some hardware hacks. I still keep my interest on DTV coding. So, I may bore you with my questions in near future...
User Comment
Submitted by Cruzer on 27 May 2007
Amazing what can be done on 8-bit computers these days.
User Comment
Submitted by tlr on 27 May 2007
Cool, good work! :)
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 27 May 2007
weeeeeeeeee \o/ (but why doesnt the colors loop correctly :P )
User Comment
Submitted by Scout on 27 May 2007
YAY! YAY! YAY! YAY AND WOOOOOOOOO!

Well, if this doesn't make ppl want to code for the DTV, I give up.

All hail to Tuffie!
User Comment
Submitted by Devistator on 27 May 2007
Liked the effects and the design. good stuff! :D
User Comment
Submitted by Mermaid on 27 May 2007
Very nice stuff, I especially liked the plasma screen and the twister.
User Comment
Submitted by vigo on 27 May 2007
i realy liked it! good work bro!
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