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PFDJ   [1988]

PFDJ Released by :
The Artworx, WiseGuy Industries 2015

Release Date :
5 April 1988

Type :
C64 One-File Demo

Pleasure For Demo Junks

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (6 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Mr. Mad of The Artworx, The Car, WiseGuy Industries 2015
Music .... Johannes Bjerregaard of Upfront
  Tron of The Car, The Subversive Elements
Text .... Mr. Mad of The Artworx, The Car, WiseGuy Industries 2015
  The Beast of Demolition, The Subversive Elements, WiseGuy Industries 2015

SIDs used in this release :
Hawaiian Punch(/MUSICIANS/T/Tron_Beekveld_Erwin/Hawaiian_Punch.sid)
Namnam Special(/MUSICIANS/B/Bjerregaard_Johannes/Namnam_Special.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/82244/PFDJ - WGI.prg (downloads: 445)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/126116/WiseGuy Industries 2015 1.d64 (downloads: 58)

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Trivia Info
Submitted by Misser on 17 July 2012
Ah PFDJ probably the demo I remember most. Released in 1988 between Movecombi 1 and 2 (which started out as rastermix II) and just before whtdaaol. The 2 times acronyms where used in WGI demo's and the only one that actually said what it ment. (as far as I know only 4 people know the meaning of whtdaaol)

I remember this demo as part of being on top of the mountain and back to rock buttom part in my life. If I only knew things would get worse and even better after.

I was 18 (and a half). Just out off school and searching for a job. The demo combined old routines with some new routines and for the first time some design thoughts. Since I ripped all the grahics, music and sprites I needed already. While not doing graphics (he almost never did) The Beast did play a great part in the design, always telling me you can't do that! In my mind later demo's where just work in progress stuff that did get the 'laying on my bed and watching new code and what to add next threatment' and eventually got released.

With the release of 25 years off.. I woke up and design is in my mind again. Thanks A0D.

Just some trivia info , I'll try to update other demo's if I can and if you want.
Trivia Info
Submitted by Misser on 18 March 2012
PFDJ stands for: Pleasure for demo junks, so no need to read the scroller :)
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