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Text from Syntax Party Scroller

Description:The Scroll Text (within the borders this time)
Text:Borders are broken...

Rainbows appear...

...And glory shines upon you

The world is not round as you would believe, but a flat pattern of zeroes and ones held together in a delicate balance by the cyberpunks and the non-believers... blue pill or red pill? Pick your poison and prepare for a struggle...

Onslaught is back on stage, pulling your pubic hairs with an oldschool party scroller...

Well, hello party people! Syntax 2009 is alive and kickin' and we couldn't be in a happier state. Conversations are flowing and not too much beer has been spilt. For the first time we're at an Aussie event, long overdue but better late than never. The flight from our country called Tasmania to our northern neighbour was well worth it - meeting up with old and new faces in the hope that we can contribute to something that will become our annual playground. And what better way to celebrate than with a party scroller, containing SHIFLI with overlay sprites, open borders and $d020/$d021 split madness! I really wonder if SES and Booker had sweat running down their faces, as this little production was only started a few weeks ago. Pushing the breadbox to the limit through hard work and passion - the Syntax Party Scroller was made possible by the binary exploitation of SES, enthusi and JackAsser. Visual dominance by DeeKay and enthusi. Audial low raster triumph by Booker and subliminal criminal mindfucking by the likes of Jazzcat. Time to grab another beverage, so here is SES to let you know what's going on...

*** Hello party people, this is S.E.S./Crest writing. Coding this party scroller was fun, so contrary to Jazzcat's apprehension I didn't have sweat running down my face, but a smile on my face. :) I'm glad I could help! * Thanks to enthusi for providing his hires drawing code and those nice line art images. * Thanks to JackAsser for his initial suggestions on handling the SHIFLI logo. * Thanks to DeeKay for this awesome screen design. * Thanks to Crossbow for always being an inspiration. * Thanks to Booker for using no more #$16 rasterlines in this sid tune. * Thanks to myself for pixeling this scroller font from scratch in no time. Also, the bottom grey bent corners were pixeled by me. :) By the way, try to find the hidden part. You trigger it by pressing a "secret key". Good luck! (Actually it's not a real part, it's a hidden effect.) I'm 100% sure someone :) will post the solution on CSDb soon. - OK, I'm handing the breadbox back to Jazzcat. Have fun! (S.E.S./Crest)

The party throng is still buzzing; electronica flowing from brown and grey architecture is the undeniable drug that seduces us. Memory is short and in the world of C64 less means more... so for those crews that never surrendered those brave, liquor-soaked men whose total disregard for the vagaries of fashion and trend kept them glued to the bluescreen throughout all those lonely nights... the greetings!

We raise our fist and shout out to... Beyond Force, Booze Design, Camelot, Chorus, Chrome, Cosine, Crest, Cygnus Australia, Dekadence, Disaster Area, Extend, Fairlight, Focus, Hack n' Trade, Instinct, K2, Level 64, Maniacs of Noise, MDG, Neophytes, No Name, Origo Dreamline, Oxyron, Padua, Panda Design, Plush, Remember, Resource, ROLE, Samar, Shape, SIDwave, Success & TRC, The Dreams, The Force, Triad, TRSI, Vibrants, Vision, WOW and of course our close friends in Wrath Designs... we also wanna fire our pirate cannon with special super jism to DeeKay! Thanks for your patience Daniel, now you can help with the NUIFLI version! w00000t!!

Anyway, in this not so round world, Onslaught is signing off to go mingle with the crowd...

Do you want to believe?

...That there is C64 after death?

Then follow me...

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