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The Party 1991
C64 Demo Competition at The Party 1991 : #4
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Submitted by Sith on 4 April 2014
|First part looks really cool and I also love the raster part. What is that obsession coders have with splits though? :)
The Saddamski part has the nuttiest scrolltext I've ever read about half full coke bottles, dick action and the shizz. lol
Only thing I hate is that parts are not linked and well ...just parts. It doesn't feel like a demo because of this.
Submitted by Zenox on 25 February 2010
|Not as awkward as the double buffering bug in the screen expansion scroll, which was only visible on the projector screen. :P
Submitted by Clarence on 25 February 2010
|Never seen this, very nice parts. Seems like some obvious inspiration for later Censor and Crest demo parts. Too bad it's not linked, must have been awkward in the compo to load parts separately. :/
Submitted by chatGPZ on 24 February 2010
|some nice code here. and i love the scrolltexts. there is some truth in them afterall :o)
Submitted by Zenox on 24 February 2010
|Really great you found this demo, which is actually named Our Style 5, as seen in the TWIB part. Man, I was such a hothead in those old scroll texts. I'm a much nicer person now. :)
Submitted by Ed on 6 January 2010
One of my favorite demos from Starion. (Although there are a few more) I remember the first time I saw the intro part mixed with some of the sexier coding of Microtop. Censor's version also looked pretty awesome with the samples, though.
My disc never worked 100%, so I never got to see some of the parts until now. Thanks!
Submitted by Yazoo on 6 January 2010
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