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D.y.m.!   [2010]

D.y.m.! Released by :
Arise [web]

Release Date :
3 October 2010

Type :
C64 Graphics  (NUFLI)

Released At :

Achievements :
C64 Graphics Competition at X'2010 :  #3

User rating:********__  7.8/10 (25 votes)   See votestatistics
********__  7.8/10 (10 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Graphics .... Bimber of Arise

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/92113/dym.zip (downloads: 639)

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User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 9 October 2010
always loved Bimber's hires artwork, and this is just one step forward :) Great stuff!
User Comment
Submitted by PAL on 8 October 2010
This is really really great... the image is standing out as an old classic from a master in the last century... It is very good this! I like a lot...
User Comment
Submitted by Frantic on 8 October 2010
I love it!
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 8 October 2010
i have to defend this stunning piece of work. regardless of how harsh is the style, topic chosen by bimber is very distinctive and unusual, especially for topic-wise limited scene standards. hence i see it as extraordinary valuable. keep it up m8!
User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 8 October 2010
Hm. Interesting and unusual use of a medieval theme and style, but obviously overrated at the compo. Too high scores compared to many of the other less high rated.
User Comment
Submitted by Tim on 7 October 2010
sorry, but should be way lower in the compo
User Comment
Submitted by Wile Coyote on 5 October 2010
The theme isn’t really my thing. The hires black out line is ok.
It looks primitively coloured in. Maybe the Nufli format influenced voters?
User Comment
Submitted by booker on 5 October 2010
Hey, what are they doing with Leming's violin? :)

Proper job, Bimber ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 5 October 2010
bosch on c64 - impressive!
User Comment
Submitted by TPM on 4 October 2010
i do like the dogs....
User Comment
Submitted by saehn on 4 October 2010
Neat pic, but I'm not sure why it placed so high (especially compared to 4th, 5th, and 6th place). It seems to be a recreation of a standard medieval scene with flat coloration and coloring-book outlines. Not sure that it's an original composition, either. Eh, compo voting doesn't always make sense to me. :-) Congrats anyway.
User Comment
Submitted by Norvax on 4 October 2010
Liked the style a lot. One of the graphics that amazed me in first sight. Congratz.
User Comment
Submitted by wacek on 4 October 2010
I was expecting to be surprised, and I wasn't disappointed :) You got style, ziomek ;)
User Comment
Submitted by riskej on 4 October 2010
Nice colors though a bit strange people.
User Comment
Submitted by Moloch on 4 October 2010
Love the picture and style for c64 ... typical day in Europe ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Hoild on 3 October 2010
Simple but coherent visuals. It feels refreshing to see a decent example of a rare gfx approach on the C64.
User Comment
Submitted by Joe on 3 October 2010
Hehe, back to Middle Evil Times.
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