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Matrix Loader   [2008]

Matrix Loader Released by :

Release Date :
30 June 2008

Type :
C64 Graphics

User rating:********__  8/10 (9 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Trooper
Music .... Matthew Cannon
Graphics .... aNdy of FunkScientist Productions

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User Comment
Submitted by Twoflower on 25 February 2009
Totally missed this out until today. Very nice to see it. This would have been a nice loadingscreen for an Ocean-game (possibly for a bad movie-conversion). I'd love to see the Freeload flashing in the border too... :-)
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Submitted by The Shadow on 2 July 2008
Can you imagine if this kind of stuff went commercial in the 90s? Nice art.
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Submitted by Jammer on 1 July 2008
it would definitely look like this those old ocean days ;)
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Submitted by spider-j on 30 June 2008
Sounds like a gfx hack of Impossible Mission could do the trick. ;)
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Submitted by Merman on 30 June 2008

It would have been a platform game with puzzle bits in it, where Neo had to hack into a computer :)

Of course, you could always ask Cadaver to reprogram Metal Warrior to become The Matrix...
User Comment
Submitted by cadaver on 29 June 2008
@Richard: Yep, that would be suitably hard & cybernetic.
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Submitted by Richard on 29 June 2008

The Jonathon Dunn Ocean Loader 5 tune maybe?
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Submitted by cadaver on 29 June 2008
At least you'd got to have multicolor sprites with singlecolor outlines, energy meter that starts as Neo's face (substitute Morpheus/Trinity if applicable) & changes to Agent Smith as you get hurt, multiload, and credits instead of lives as per Ocean's late license traditions. Plus crap gameplay wouldn't hurt :)

Btw. picture is excellent, would just have preferred some of the classic Ocean Loader tunes as music.
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Submitted by Deev on 29 June 2008
heh well it's got me trying to imagine what a Matrix game would be like. Not a bad picture, though I think it could probably do with some dark grey shading between the black and green. You probably did a better job with this than Ocean would've done with the license!
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Submitted by FMan on 29 June 2008
Heh. Cool picture and a nice idea! Now I want the game too. :)
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Submitted by The_Overkiller on 29 June 2008
Groovy Trooper. First step: the loader! For the game I suggest to ask MTR :)
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Submitted by leonofsgr on 29 June 2008
weed ;_)
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Submitted by spider-j on 29 June 2008
Cool idea. But you forgot the flashing border ;)
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Submitted by Mace on 29 June 2008
Nice and original surprise!

I updated the screenshot to a proper unscaled PNG, to match the quality of the release ;-)
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Submitted by Paul Bearer on 29 June 2008
Morpheus' shades look a little odd, otherwise a good picture. I love "fake" stuff like that!
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Submitted by Richard on 29 June 2008
Good picture. Matthew's music fits nicely with it. Clever way that you make it look like one of the classic Ocean loaders too. :)
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Submitted by Motion on 29 June 2008
Nice work guyz! :)
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Submitted by The Phantom on 29 June 2008
Cool picture. Although I do think the sunglasses could have used a little more shading, too black I think.
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Submitted by Higgie on 29 June 2008
nice ocean loader tribute!
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Submitted by camper on 29 June 2008
nice picture,i like it.
But the sound is unsuitable for this picture i think.
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