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Nine   [1996]

Nine Released by :
Reflex [web]

Release Date :
29 December 1996

Type :
C64 Demo

Released At :
The Party 1996

Achievements :
C64 Demo Competition at The Party 1996 :  #1

User rating:********__  8/10 (22 votes)   See votestatistics
********__  7.9/10 (9 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Adder of Siesta
  Felidae of Reflex
  Zorc of Reflex
Music .... Jeff of Camelot, Cyberzound Productions
  Praiser of Faith Design, Galicya, Impact Laboratories, Lepsi De
Graphics .... Aomeba of Siesta
  Earthquake of The Pulse Magazine Staff
  Felidae of Reflex
  Jim Jack of Reflex
  Warp 8 of Flash Inc., Phantasy
Disk Cover .... Felidae of Reflex
  Jim Jack of Reflex
Charset .... Joe of Wrath Designs
Loader .... Zorc of Reflex

SIDs used in this release :
Reflex Tune(/MUSICIANS/J/Jeff/Reflex_Tune.sid)
Reflex Tune 2(/MUSICIANS/J/Jeff/Reflex_Tune_2.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by 4gentE on 2 December 2021
User Comment
Submitted by bugjam on 13 February 2016
Added another version that contains a small bonus part by Zorc on side 2, and another note on side 1 (which is an edited version of the credits note, and looks rather fake ;).
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 8 December 2008
chessboard flight was a reprise of 'radio napalm' effect ;)
User Comment
Submitted by MacGyver on 8 December 2008
After Quiss, PVT and PVCF quit the C64, it was a big suprise that Reflex was still able to come up with such a strong demo at The Party 1996.
For its time, it had quite some revolutionary effects on C64 such as landscape, blob potentials, fractal colorzoomer, flight through chessboards and many rotzoomers.
I still remember how the hall screamed and applauded at TP6 when the ski animation was shown ;-)
The soundtrack is quite stunning, too. The downside of the demo is that it has too much low res stuff and some effects seem to be quite simular to each other.
Nevertheless, a cool demo!
User Comment
Submitted by TPM on 18 July 2008
Way too much interlace and plasma's, RLE's or how do you call them. Never liked interlace anyway, but besides that a nice demo :)
User Comment
Submitted by dalezy on 17 July 2008
a good take on looking like a dos-demo around that time, alas it's not really a beauty.
the music made up for all that though, great tunes jeff and praiser!
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 4 November 2006
the code was kick ass at its time, the chessboard is still ruling. the skier "video" imho is one of the cheapest parts, some simple RLE packer on 8x4, I didnt like it even back in the day.
User Comment
Submitted by Ed on 4 November 2006
An excellent performance in the attempt of looking beyond the concepts of a C64 scene...
User Comment
Submitted by Shake on 21 February 2004
check the snowboarder part on side 2, great.
User Comment
Submitted by Dwangi on 24 March 2003
cool but not as good as mathematica and acces denied.
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