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Unicess Intro   [1992]

Unicess Intro Released by :

Release Date :
May 1992

Type :
C64 Crack intro

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

Credits :
Code .... Mason of Acrise, Image, The Transfer Team, Unicess
Music .... Antitrack of Legend
Graphics .... Yoga of Warriors of the Wasteland

SIDs used in this release :
Wings of Fury remix(/MUSICIANS/A/Antitrack/Wings_of_Fury_remix.sid)

Cracks which use this intro :
DownloadArnie +4 by Unicess
DownloadBlack Hornet +5M by Unicess

Download :
http://intros.c64.org/inc_download.php?iid=1992 (downloads: 707)

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User Comment
Submitted by Rough on 26 September 2007
What about 'Tooltro' then... ;) If these Amiga-based defintions would be used all over, what is left for the entry C64 Intro then?!
User Comment
Submitted by Dishy on 21 September 2007
This is one of the older Unicess intros. I think, it was first used in some cracks back in early 1989, as Yoga did graphics for Unicess in 89/90...

In 1992 Ray&Wave made some really great intros, which both Mason and Ray used very much in the Unicess cracks for 1992.

...and I still think the group should be added. Also so you can actually find the intros, when you´re looking at the groups in here. I know it´s not an official release in that way, but still the groups did - in some way - release their intros too, when it was used for the 1st time in a release..
User Comment
Submitted by Rough on 21 September 2007
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Submitted by Mason on 21 September 2007
I cant remember actually, but I mostly cracked games and I didnt do much intros. So most accurate would be to not putting any coder at the moment
User Comment
Submitted by Rough on 21 September 2007
Release Date: I simply add the release date of the crack the intro was first used on (to my current knowledge), of course earlier cracks with this intro could always be found and the info changed.

Adding group: The reason I didn't do it is because it's no official/seperate release, but it would make sense to add it to have a link to the originating group, will think about it.

Mason: Can't remember where I got the info about you coding this from, is it right or wrong? There's no <?> behind your nick in my info list, so my source seemed to be accurate.
User Comment
Submitted by Dishy on 21 September 2007
I agree with Zyron - the release group should be added too! Unicess should be added here...
User Comment
Submitted by Mason on 20 September 2007
I wonder why Im mentioned as coder here? Theres no credits in the intro
User Comment
Submitted by Zyron on 20 September 2007
Cracktro is the name for an intro made especially for cracks, then there's Magtro for magz & Demtro for demos. ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Mirage on 20 September 2007
TDJ has the answer
User Comment
Submitted by Hein on 20 September 2007
If this qualifies as a cracktro, then what qualifies as an intro? cracktro is an obsolete release type, imho.
User Comment
Submitted by Zyron on 20 September 2007
Talking about release types, there is a type called "C64 Cracktro" which I, no matter how much I dislike the term cracktro, think should be used instead.
User Comment
Submitted by tlr on 20 September 2007
Agreed, but if release group is added, there should be a comment about "not separately released" to differentiate it from other releases of type "C64 Intro".
User Comment
Submitted by Zyron on 20 September 2007
I don't think you should add a release date for all these intros based on the date of the actual crack. I do think you should add the release group though. (This goes for all intros you've added recently.)
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