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407566   [2008]

407566 Released by :

Release Date :
9 April 2008

Type :
C64 One-File Demo

Website :

User rating:*******___  7.3/10 (13 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Shadow of Noice
Music .... Dane of Booze Design

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User Comment
Submitted by Stainless Steel on 11 February 2009
Lovely bassline and awesome chordprogression. Not much more in the tune though but still great :-D
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Submitted by Richard on 12 April 2008
It is excellent news to hear that in the demo your C64 is still working since 1988. Unfortunately for me, it never was. I had to have 3 more C64s after each one had bust due to various faults. Now I'm on the 4th one, which is still working today since 2006.

Nice demo effects and great music. Keep up the good work and keep the scene alive :)
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Submitted by psych on 11 April 2008
Great plasma effect and cool tune by Dane !
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Submitted by Ed on 10 April 2008
bleep the bloop for 20 years :) databurgers for all.

Oh what a horrible digiphoto by the way.
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Submitted by Jammer on 9 April 2008
great chars in plasma. and what an arpeggio! - one of the cannot-do things in gt :D
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Submitted by ZZAP69 on 9 April 2008
Yeah a nice celebration. Happy birthday! Does this mean that we might see releases for the ordinary C64 under NOICE-label soon? I hope so. :)
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Submitted by Malmix on 8 April 2008
nice celebration! grattis :)
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Submitted by DeeKay on 8 April 2008
Really nice small demo! ;-)
Gotta agree on the plasma sines looking very very nice. I'd have put somthing in the middle of the plasma though, because that's pretty much the only area where "8x8!!!" just screams at you, in the other parts the dithering hides that just nicely! ;-)
And yes, hooray for flying Lettersprites, today's demos definately need more of that! 8)
GFX could look nicer, even for a conversion, and I'd have made $d020 grey there to make it appear a bit bigger..
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Submitted by Mantiz on 8 April 2008
Nice plasma thingy! I love that you're not $d011/$d016-shaking the screen to make it appear more smooth. Much more relaxing to watch it this way. Good scrolltext also :)
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Submitted by Axis on 8 April 2008
the plasma effe4ct rocks and the funky music is very very nice. more of this great stuff, please!
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Submitted by CreaMD on 8 April 2008
Applause for Shadow for excelence and straightforward JFDI approach (+1 for that one). Big hug also to Dane for fabulous intro-beat! Yuuuuuuuuuuummm!!
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Submitted by Motion on 8 April 2008
That's a fine plasma! Lovely sentiment for a demo, I rememeber that sense of excitement and wonderment, too! (I still got that same enjoyment to this day!). Now, that's what I call, 'Value for money!'.
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Submitted by Shadow on 8 April 2008
Just a note - don't complain on Dane if you think the tune sounds unfinished. I kept nagging on him that I wanted to use it, eventhough he didn't think it was ready, so blame me! :)
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Submitted by Total Chaos on 8 April 2008
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Submitted by Jamais on 8 April 2008
i'ts cookie of the day i think.music is great
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Submitted by Skate on 8 April 2008
I feel completely positive about this one.
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Submitted by Archmage on 8 April 2008
Nice one, Sdw! Charming is a word that springs to mind. Nice to see you coding something for the C64 again. Don't stop!
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Submitted by Stainless Steel on 8 April 2008
Dane i thought you wanted to put a lead in ? :-D

The demo is nice, no codep0rn but pleasant to look at.
User Comment
Submitted by Radiant on 8 April 2008
Nothing technically advanced, but it looks nice enough for me. Cool music.
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 8 April 2008
fucking "A" my ass. okayish plasma with scroll+sprites.
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Submitted by HCL on 8 April 2008
Screen dump (..) looks horrible, but when that radial plasma shit moves, it's "f**king A" :). Horrible plasma font, nice sprites, nice music.
User Comment
Submitted by Intensity on 8 April 2008
One of the best plasmas I have ever seen! Just my cup of tea!
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Submitted by The Phantom on 8 April 2008
Really nice plasma routine. Nice to see your commie lasted a couple decades. I've been through, hehe, a large number of them. Finally settled on a 128d, which I brilliantly added my 1581 into the casing.
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Submitted by Dane on 8 April 2008
Nice to see someone putting my worktune to good use :) Looking forward to the next release!
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Submitted by chatGPZ on 8 April 2008
what burglar said :)

still, more of that kinda stuff please =)
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Submitted by Burglar on 8 April 2008

tune is great too, but, I keep waiting for the lead to kick in, sounds like a worktune ;)
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Submitted by Raffox|HF on 8 April 2008
Mesmerizing plazma effect! Enjoyable tune... what else do we need to be happy? A crack from Wanderer??? Naa.... ;)
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 8 April 2008
smoothness! and nice tune
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