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You Broke My Heart-monitor   [2008]

You Broke My Heart-monitor Released by :
Digital Sounds System

Release Date :
10 March 2008

Type :
C64 One-File Demo

User rating:*****_____  4.5/10 (11 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Knoeki of Digital Sounds System, Gheymaid Inc.
Music .... Goto80 of Hack n' Trade, Oxsid Planetary, Phantasy, Up Rough
Graphics .... Knoeki of Digital Sounds System, Gheymaid Inc.

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User Comment
Submitted by The Phantom on 18 October 2008
@Fatfrost.. hahaha.. The Ancients... Gotta love it!!!!
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Submitted by null on 17 October 2008
actually, I think goto80 likes it, because else he would not have put it on his blog :_)
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Submitted by ZZAP69 on 10 March 2008
Pretty neat demopart, glad to see that you are catching up Knoeki. A little more would have been merrier though. And I guess you would have been able to do the sounds yourself, without hurting the work of Goto 80. :)
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Submitted by Jucke on 10 March 2008
Way to go Knoeki! More like this! I agree with radiantx that it seems inspired by Putermans "THIEF" demo, but I wont complain because THIEF is a great demo to be inspired by. One of my alltime personal favourites.
User Comment
Submitted by null on 10 March 2008
Jackasser: actually that was part of my inspiration ;_)
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Submitted by JackAsser on 10 March 2008
@RadiantX: Yeah, I can see that! :D It also of course reminds me of the end of A Load of Old Shit. ;D
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Submitted by Radiant on 10 March 2008
Very nice idea. Somehow reminds me of this... With a dynamic oscillator this would really have been kicking.
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Submitted by goto80 on 9 March 2008
ey, nice on knoeki! i like your interpretation of my song :)
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Submitted by jailbird on 9 March 2008
Actually this is quite nice.
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Submitted by null on 9 March 2008
Laxity: yes, I realized that a while after uploading it... oh well :_)
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Submitted by Laxity on 9 March 2008
I like it.. Very creative. Would have been cool if you'd been using sprites for the rounded border, because they ought to not follow the flickering.. I think :)
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Submitted by Ed on 9 March 2008
@Jackasser: Good, for a moment there I was worried ;)
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Submitted by JackAsser on 9 March 2008
@E.S.: I guess he refers to us ancients like myself who started in 2004... ;D
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Submitted by Ed on 9 March 2008
@Fatfrost: who are they?
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Submitted by FATFrost on 9 March 2008
@knoeki, i think its great that you are learning to code the beloved breadbin, if there was no new coders on this machine we wouldn't see much coming out, as 'the ancients' have nothing new to say...
User Comment
Submitted by SECRET MAN on 9 March 2008
Oh God
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Submitted by JackAsser on 9 March 2008
Please note that Knoeki implemented his very first and very instable VSP! :D I also see FLD and char row repeat trick.

@Knoeki: Tame the wolf (VIC) and become a 1337 coder. ;)
User Comment
Submitted by null on 9 March 2008
stainlesssteel: correct, just INC/DEC $d011 with some waitloops.

( posted source too )
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Submitted by Stainless Steel on 9 March 2008
Indeed looks more like a karpotten filmeffect. Humping around on $d011 there ?

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Submitted by null on 9 March 2008
E.S.: you are correct. but, this was the 'best' distortion I could achieve without making it too heavy and distorted.
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Submitted by Ed on 9 March 2008
Quite nice bug you generated and a nice feeling, but somehow I think the bug look more like a film-strip than a bad heart-monitor :)
User Comment
Submitted by null on 9 March 2008
'music' by Goto80.. the tune is a bit fucked though ( which is intentional ). if someone thinks that the credit is incorrect because of this, let me know.
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