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Positive Karma   [2008]

Positive Karma Released by :

Release Date :
28 December 2008

Type :
C64 One-File Demo

User rating:********__  8.2/10 (13 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Clarence of Chorus
Music .... Linus of Crest, Resource, Tristar & Red Sector Inc., Viruz
Graphics .... Leon of Chorus, Resource, Singular, Storm

SIDs used in this release :
Positive Karma(/MUSICIANS/L/Linus/Positive_Karma.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by xpo on 11 September 2015
Simple beautiful!
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Submitted by Stone on 28 October 2010
Great tune!
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Submitted by psych858o on 30 December 2008
Awesome tune Sascha :)
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Submitted by DeeKay on 30 December 2008
Hm, expanded sprites with rasterbars. An interesting approach, but that's not quite Kefrensbars! ;-) More like zooming Rasters... Looks quite nice nonetheless! ;-)
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Submitted by G-Fellow on 29 December 2008
Amazing code, good gfx and amazing tune from Linus.... Funny idea to bring us also Positive Karma... I feel much better now ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by tempest on 29 December 2008
cool chicken funk boogie

EDIT: Driving south! great version :)
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Submitted by d0c on 29 December 2008
computer says no... :)
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Submitted by Mantiz on 28 December 2008
Cool work! A shame restore didn't have the same nice effect on this as on "Negative Karma"...
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Submitted by Burglar on 28 December 2008
haha great ;)

but these bars dont have patterns like wvl's and xbow's. still cool tho

and yes, the tune is very awesome
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Submitted by Clarence on 28 December 2008
Ofcourse it can be beaten in quantity, I was lazy to max-optimize it out and wanted to release it asap (the raw effect was already done in November). I think even 80 is possible without background gfx and smaller y workarea. But as Cruzer said, it wouldn't look better, since the short bars would be hidden for most of the time. My goal was not to show quantity, but a different approach for this effect. Thanks for the comments. :)
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Submitted by Jammer on 28 December 2008
now time to do it the xbow's way, the shortest bars in front ;)
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Submitted by Cruzer on 28 December 2008
Excellent! There should have been 80 of course, although I don't think it would have looked better.
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Submitted by HCL on 28 December 2008
Love it!! Soo beautiful! :D But, how many? how many?

<edit> looks like 53, yes? </edit>
User Comment
Submitted by Richard on 28 December 2008
Amazing stuff ... Full marks ;)
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Submitted by Stainless Steel on 28 December 2008
Awesome. The scroll is a little ho hum.

And the music is FANTASTIC. One of Linus's best.
User Comment
Submitted by Ed on 28 December 2008
Thanks for the balance ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Mason on 28 December 2008
God værkstedshumor
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