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Syntax Party Scroller   [2009]

Syntax Party Scroller Released by :
Onslaught [web]

Release Date :
31 October 2009

Type :
C64 One-File Demo

Released At :
Syntax 2009

Achievements :
Mixed Demo Competition at Syntax 2009 :  #7

User rating:*********_  8.5/10 (11 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Enthusi of Onslaught
  S.E.S. of Crest
Music .... booker of Amorphis, Onslaught, SIDwave
Graphics .... DeeKay of Crest, News Press Magazine Staff
  Enthusi of Onslaught
Design .... DeeKay of Crest, News Press Magazine Staff
Text .... Jazzcat of First Blood Entertainment, Onslaught, Onslaught-Antiques, Vandalism News Staff
  S.E.S. of Crest
Help .... JackAsser of Instinct

Scrolltext and other text in this release : ()
The Scroll Text (within the borders this time)

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User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 16 March 2010
cycling mastery! \o/
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Submitted by plagueis on 12 March 2010
Excellent use of effects in a non-assuming manner. The way the design was brought to the screen when the intro started up made it great for me. Beautiful. I real treat on the real machine.
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Submitted by wozza on 10 November 2009
loved the visuals on this.
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Submitted by daison on 10 November 2009
I felt the drawings on the right were a bit out of style here, but furthermore I totally love the vibe and excellence of this little prod.
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Submitted by booker on 8 November 2009
Listening to this live party recording I'm affraid you guys didn't hear the tune as I has been written.

It's really interesting the way the tune been played with your 8580.... or it was just simply mixer settings for low tones..however the snare would be different then too.
Well happens :-D
User Comment
Submitted by Monte Carlos on 6 November 2009
Blasting Part! Oh my god it is so close to the concept. The fade in/out effects really baffled me, because they add the right feeling to that part and support the overall design. Recently a guy from "Demos that were'nt contacted me", now i can tell him: This case is closed. And that very well!

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Submitted by NecroPolo on 5 November 2009
Minimal and elegant. Pretty good style. And music has its power, too.

Very good stuff!
User Comment
Submitted by Clarence on 4 November 2009
Nice little prod, with good music and gfx. It's thrilling to see S.E.S to code again. I remember one of those FEAR demos was among the pack of first demos I ever got/saw.
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Submitted by A Life in Hell on 3 November 2009
This has serious style. I heart the transparency on the scroller, especially. The projector really didn't show this off well, should have ranked much higher than it did.
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Submitted by Jazzcat on 2 November 2009
DeeKay: cool, check the greetings part of the scroll for a special note for you. :P
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Submitted by ne7 on 2 November 2009
brill - i especially liked just watching the little outline graphics draw themselves in the right hand part of the screen - nice one lads
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Submitted by DeeKay on 2 November 2009
Whoa, looks really nice, pretty much like I imagined it! ;-) Good work, guys, can't wait to see this on the real machine, and lemme just say I'm damn happy that this ancient SHIF-Logo (i think it's from '97 or so) is finally released, since I still really like it! ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by WVL on 2 November 2009
Made with love :)
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Submitted by Motion on 2 November 2009
Sweet baby Jesus, this is *so* nice! Exudes $40 style ...nice spacebar effect.
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Submitted by Danzig on 1 November 2009
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Submitted by Richard on 1 November 2009
Very unsual demo, but very good as well. Neat music :)
User Comment
Submitted by Sasq on 1 November 2009
I really liked this one. Very stylish.
User Comment
Submitted by Joe on 1 November 2009
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