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You Can't Process This REM Statement with a Normal Brain   [2011]

You Can't Process This REM Statement with a Normal Brain Released by :
Camelot [web]

Release Date :
6 May 2011

Type :
C64 256b Intro

User rating:**********  9.7/10 (13 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Cruzer of Camelot, CML Sports

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/97432/You_Can\'t_Process_This_REM_Statement_With_a_Normal_Brain.zip (downloads: 1173)

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User Comment
Submitted by JAC on 8 May 2011
Excellent lesson in size coding: approximate sin with x^2, use pha/pla instead of sta/lda, use final loop counter as initialization. Thanks!
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Submitted by Yogibear on 7 May 2011
ultra cool effect!
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Submitted by Wile Coyote on 7 May 2011
alt5.prg worked best for me
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Submitted by Medicus on 6 May 2011
I see only 254 byte :)
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Submitted by Cobra/Samar on 6 May 2011
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Submitted by FATFrost on 6 May 2011
Wow! Tasty! 256 bytes? Me feels hongry now!!!! Burp!
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Submitted by Joe on 6 May 2011
Really Avesome Cruzer!
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Submitted by Mace on 6 May 2011
@Digger: cool idea :-) Not sure it's possible, though...
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Submitted by Elder0010 on 6 May 2011
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Submitted by Digger on 6 May 2011
"You Can't Process This REM Statement With a Normal Brain" – I though it was a 256 bytes written as a REM and then processed, like:

10 REM uo1OIiuJHJmnb213bmn3203801212312k3lj
20 SYS 2061

You get the idea, I am disappointed! ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by Total Chaos on 6 May 2011
Very impressive

Now go make a demo ;)
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Submitted by Mace on 6 May 2011
There are very short music routines, so I'd say some 4k dentro with parts sharing music?
User Comment
Submitted by Cruzer on 6 May 2011
DK: Yeah, have been thinking about something like that. The parts could even share sines, etc., so more than 16 parts in 4k would be possible. Or maybe a few less with music.
Yazoo/Mace: That's the plan, gotta try to focus now! Just hope no one else makes any 256b routines that are too tempting to try beating in the meantime! :)
User Comment
Submitted by booker on 6 May 2011
cool! where's the music? 8->
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Submitted by DeeKay on 6 May 2011
Hey Cruzer, you could take four of your nice 256byte-fx and turn them into the smallest multipart-demo ever at 1k! ;-D How bout that? Or how about competing with 16 of them on the next 4k compo? 8)))
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Submitted by DeeKay on 6 May 2011
Wow, this is really nice and smooth, especially for a 256byte-plasma! I know the dither patterns are probably some re-used code fragments, but i have to say i find it very interesting because it hasn't been done like that ever before! ;-) The alt versions look also quite nice!
User Comment
Submitted by Mace on 6 May 2011
What Yazoo said!
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Submitted by Sander on 6 May 2011
Looks great!
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Submitted by Skate on 6 May 2011
oh baby! cruzer, you've surpassed yourself dude, beautiful!
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Submitted by Yazoo on 6 May 2011
very nice one. great stuff ;-) now stop the 256b coding, and make a demo for lcp please, hehe :)
User Comment
Submitted by Mermaid on 6 May 2011
Lovely! Great alt-versions too <3
User Comment
Submitted by daison on 6 May 2011
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