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Daimon   [1991]

Daimon Released by :

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C64 Demo

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (5 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Nyarlathotep of Sunrise
Music .... celticdesign of Masters' Design Group
  Harmony Productions of Offence, SHAPE
  Henning Rokling of Panoramic Designs
  Hithouse of The Ruling Company
  JCH of Ikari, The Dominators, Vibrants
  Link of Vibrants
  Martin Walker
  Mc Lord
Graphics .... Atomic Flash
Text .... Grimnir Hangagud
  Nyarlathotep of Sunrise

SIDs used in this release :
Batman (short)(/MUSICIANS/J/JCH/Batman_short.sid)
CosMail (tune 09)(/MUSICIANS/M/MC_Lord/CosMail_tune_09.sid)
Cybernetic Heartbeat(/MUSICIANS/N/Nagie_Sascha/Cybernetic_Heartbeat.sid)
Dragon Breed(/MUSICIANS/W/Walker_Martin/Dragon_Breed.sid)
Glider Pilot(/MUSICIANS/J/JCH/Glider_Pilot.sid)
Illusion Crack Intro(/MUSICIANS/R/Rokling_Henning/Illusion_Crack_Intro.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/187339/Daimon-Sunrise.d64 (downloads: 53)

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User Comment
Submitted by Fred on 15 August 2019
I've reupload the original version again since the fixed version can be found here: Daimon
User Comment
Submitted by Sounx on 25 November 2011
Hey Celtic, I had ofcourse already clicked on his profile. I just figured maybe somebody knew if after he quit the 64, he went to another system or something... :)
User Comment
Submitted by Celtic on 24 November 2011
Hi Sounx, I would suggest clicking on the name Atomic Flash to see a list of his works on his profile :) He has done gfx for several demo after this one, for groups like Sunrise and Oregon.
User Comment
Submitted by Sounx on 24 November 2011
This is truly an amazing demo. Atomic Flash was my favourite graphician for a long time after I saw Daimon. Does anybody know what happened to AF after Oregon? Did he just quit? :( And the coder with the unpronounceable name was also amazing!!! What happened to him?

I especially remember the part with the yellow/grey Sunrise logo and the eery music in this demo...

Damn, I have to download this one tonight. I hate Emulators but I have to see this demo again.

@TwoFlower, It was released I think in february or march 1991, as that was the time we quit Turtles. And I remember Donatello/Turtles receiving this disk when he had actually already quit swapping. He gave it to me without even bothering to watch it.

I was so glad that he still got this one...
User Comment
Submitted by Twoflower on 19 August 2007
Uploaded again since the previous uploader (Dizzy Devil) had bugfixed it, credited the entire demo to The Stock and locked the friggin' entry. This is a Sunrise demo, goddamn it, and a good one too - a collection of strange parts related to a lot of things to come from Ede K in the following years.

Unsure when this demo was released - no date seem to be mentioned in the scrollers. In the note, this demo seems to be supposed to be released at one of the Venlo-meetings. Question is which one?
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