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Splish Splash   [1998]

Splish Splash Released by :
Padua [web]

Release Date :
13 April 1998

Type :
C64 One-File Demo

Released At :
Mekka & Symposium 1998

Achievements :
C64 Demo Competition at Mekka & Symposium 1998 :  #4

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

Credits :
Code .... Anonym of Padua
  Dano of Atlantis, Padua
  Hoogo of Dienstagstreff, Padua
Music .... Agemixer of Atlantis, Skalaria
  Jadawin of Padua
  The Syndrom of Crest, The Imperium Arts
Graphics .... Cupid of Hitmen, Padua
  Hoogo of Dienstagstreff, Padua
Text .... Cupid of Hitmen, Padua

SIDs used in this release :
Gameboy Tune(/MUSICIANS/A/Agemixer/Gameboy_Tune.sid)
Stella Maris(/MUSICIANS/J/Jadawin/Stella_Maris.sid)
Yellow Submarine(/MUSICIANS/T/The_Syndrom/Yellow_Submarine.sid)

Scrolltext and other text in this release : ()
Lyrics of Yello Submarine Parody, We All Live in a Sixty Four Scene

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User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 16 April 2023
gotta <3 the tomato fish in the end screen!
User Comment
Submitted by anonym on 15 April 2023
Thanks for reminding us se7en. This was 25 years ago in Fallingbostel. And thanks for singing along.
User Comment
Submitted by Joe on 15 November 2020
Nice demo, just rewatched it on the ChipsNBricks twitch show and yes,
the tune "Stella Maris" is a cover from Einstürzende Neubautens tune with the same name.
User Comment
Submitted by Luke on 22 October 2020
I will always remember the whole hall singing along "We all live in the 64 scene". Thank you for these memories!
User Comment
Submitted by Dipswitch on 15 June 2015
The original karaoke lyrics sheet is available here: http://files.scene.org/view/resources/gotpapers/other/padua_mek..
User Comment
Submitted by anonym on 5 January 2012
Video of people sining along:

Even though four years too late, I'd still like to comment re: self-voting:

Since CSDB allows self-voting as far as I know (and is not preventing it technically) I rate things as I see it. And yes I may be a little bit biased, but I can be critical, just check my ratings of my own skills on my profile.

I do think this production was an excellent hack. Not too difficult to code, but I gave it the vote I think it deserved. We even handed out 100 copies of the lyrics before the compo.

If you take the time to comment, why not place the vote on it you think it deserves guys. Btw, who are you, Medicus? radiantx, I've heard of your group before.
User Comment
Submitted by Jak T Rip on 27 April 2011
Stop the voting blabla. This is unimportant meta information. The demo itself is ubercute and deserves praise.
User Comment
Submitted by Radiant on 7 August 2007
How modest, giving your own productions the highest rating possible...
User Comment
Submitted by Medicus on 7 August 2007
Gosh. Self-voting? I have seen this quite a few times and consider this as cheating. A rating of 8.7 for this demo/intro? No f**king way!!!
User Comment
Submitted by anonym on 25 June 2002
It was really an interesting experience - of course we were scared that not too many people would sing along. Finally, when almost everybody joined after a few lines, there was this big sense of relief :)

Even though this production was not really challeging in a technical way, I really love it for several reasons:

1) It was a great teamwork effort to finish it.

2) The singalong thing worked. Actually it should've almost beem a wild demo instead.
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