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Insomnia by 64ever
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screenshot added by CreaMD on 2002-12-04 02:02:06
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release date : december 2001
release party : X 2001
compo : c64 demo
ranked : 2nd
  • rulez 90
  • is ok 8
  • sucks 2
popularity : 1%
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  • rulez 0.88
  • cdcs 1
alltime top: #574
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One of the best demos for C64 in this millenium.
rulezadded on the 2002-12-04 02:04:28 by CreaMD CreaMD
Great! Tunes rule!
rulezadded on the 2002-12-04 02:29:13 by lafey lafey
IMO the best c64 demo this millenium.
rulezadded on the 2002-12-04 10:52:50 by dwangi dwangi
much content, good gfx, only the music is rather weak imho.
rulezadded on the 2002-12-04 11:10:02 by tomaes tomaes
Sweet gfx, nice music and cool effects.. the 64 still has it.
rulezadded on the 2002-12-04 11:44:28 by a_lee_n a_lee_n
quite a nice demo... a bit unbalanced though and too long...
added on the 2002-12-04 11:47:11 by britelite britelite
something's wrong with the loader. on a real c64, it says "you are trying to run this demo on an emulator". it offers a drive test that fails on two different real drives (1541, VC1541) and succeeds in VICE. you can probably guess the rest... the demo itself crashes after a while on the real thing, while it runs just fine on the emu.

anyway... great fx, great gfx, great sound, thumbs up.
rulezadded on the 2002-12-04 13:18:29 by jazzman jazzman
nice demo, the music on the second side is cool... thumb up.
rulezadded on the 2002-12-04 15:17:08 by starbuck starbuck

X02!?

X02.

added on the 2002-12-04 15:22:26 by raver raver

X´01 that is

added on the 2002-12-04 15:22:45 by raver raver
Don't know how to edit it.
added on the 2002-12-04 15:44:08 by CreaMD CreaMD
Everybody who wants to transfer&run this demo on real machine. Please read isntructions at www.c64.sk (4.december 2002) to prevent the problems.
added on the 2002-12-04 16:54:51 by CreaMD CreaMD

At the beginning I didn't knew about 64ever nor about their long awaited demo. Then I had seen the thumbs and big words on this site, wowa I said, it looks promising. Downloaded the thing and sat down to read the note. These guys are DEMOfreaks, they say it big, doing it because they know how they would like a DEMO looking like! Crazy freax yeaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!

And as I run the demo, the beginning blowed me up! It was good enough to keep me warm, till the Doomsday part it was amazing. So much graphical work, great effects (first rotozoomer, zoomer fade ala boost), great design and flaw with the music, fast paced, nice white haired girls :)
Then, especiallly at the 2nd side, felt like the next parts where taking more time, making it more boring waiting for the next effects,. they didn't faded fast to each other,. but the first impression of the beginning and the lot of gfx and good code and big work kept the feeling. Thank god the final outro showing pics of each part from the beginning and credits made my day again.

Continuous flaw trackmo, only if the next parts at the 2nd side mainly did take less time. But it really made my day. Reading their story at the note also and knowing now it was worth the 3 years time..

Sometimes new good productions are making my day and can bring people back. These days I had months to code. My only project my 1st CPC demo. The two CPC demos released plus this C64 one made me wanting to continue with demomaking. These prods are what I call refreshing...

What I want to say is that it's fucking best!!! Till the beginning I couldn't beleive what I was seeing! Story, design, gfx, flaw, effects all fited perfectly. I wish I could share my feelings with the creators (perhaps I could send them an email? :) but their demo touched me and made me thinking various feelings..

Now I know what to vote. Gimme mags, Domination, Vandalism News, Sceneworld, Attitude 2 fill the charts. These guys deserve it!!!

Optimus

P.S. Sorry for my enthousiasm...
rulezadded on the 2002-12-04 18:00:43 by Optimus Optimus
Short verdict is that it's brutal. Long one is that it's *really* brutal so why are you reading this and not watching it? =-)
rulezadded on the 2002-12-04 18:54:53 by TMR{C0S} TMR{C0S}
S U P E R B ! ! !
rulezadded on the 2002-12-04 18:58:14 by podo podo
i have transferred it a few times, so far it has fucked up on my c128d (this i would have expected), on two c64's with 2 different 1541's and on my sx64.
i can see that some hard work has been put into this, i am very impressed by vip's effort, i just wish he would keep away from the titty pixelling for a while.

the negative things are that i cant get it to work on my c64, that a few effects are used two times in different ways and that the concept seems to get lost somewhere along the way. but anyhow, this is one damn good demo with a bit of an own style
rulezadded on the 2002-12-04 19:11:00 by hollowman hollowman
lub this one.
rulezadded on the 2002-12-04 19:14:58 by uns3en_ uns3en_
*sigh* so here are the insructions, please do try them if you have problems. The loader is very fast, but it's unfortunatelly very sensitive. TO ENSURE THAT THE DEMO WORKS ON REAL C64 DRIVES DO THIS: 1. FORMAT BOTH DISK SIDES USING SLOW FORMAT: (OPEN1,8,15,"N0:NAME,ID":CLOSE15) 2. USE THE SAME DRIVE FOR FORMAT/TRANSFER/RUNNING OF THE DEMO 3. TRANSFER THE D64 USING STAR COMMANDER SET TO NORMAL TRANSFER SPEED 4. IGNORE THE EMULATOR DETECTION MESSAGE, IT'S FAULTY. 5. RUN THE DRIVE TEST. IF IT PASSES, YO! THE DEMO SHOULD WORK. 6. YOU ARE LUCKY GUY, RUN THE DEMO AND ENJOY!
added on the 2002-12-04 19:23:14 by CreaMD CreaMD
Do you want to lend you my keyboard for a while? :)
added on the 2002-12-04 19:26:36 by Optimus Optimus
Sorry, I've capitalised everything in my last message just to be sure nobody will miss it ;-). If these instructions fails contact Raven, but they worked for me. ;-)
added on the 2002-12-04 20:26:56 by CreaMD CreaMD
Love this one!

Here's my post from CSDB:

Finally this demo has been released - especially after following the production a little (due to Vip being a Padua member as well), I could not wait to see the final result.

I simply love it. Great style and design, the mood is almost carried consistently throughout the demo. The transitions and the timing (music & effects) are great.

Also the introductory story line is quite nice - unfortunately it seems to end after the beginning of the story (the girl is sucked into the computer) - we seem to be stuck inside the computer together with her. I was sort of expecting some type of continuation or ending for the story ;-)

Great work, Vip and Raven are showing how to blend code, music and graphic to a unique design. It would be great to be able to creat moods and introduce more storystelling within future Padua demos as well.
rulezadded on the 2002-12-04 21:00:24 by anonym anonym
Great demo, I love the interlaced rotozoomer!
I really respect the effort put into this.
rulezadded on the 2002-12-04 21:05:00 by Sdw Sdw
Great demo, I love the interlaced rotozoomer!
I really respect the effort put into this.
added on the 2002-12-04 21:05:01 by Sdw Sdw
creamd, i've already tried that so screw you and your capslock button :)
added on the 2002-12-04 21:45:29 by hollowman hollowman
Somehow I don't get why a coder can rant so obsessedly about a fast loader that sucks that hard... I seriously doubt that a normal 2bit irq loader without ATN or such crucial disk controller timings wouldn't have been enough.

Anyway... the music was somewhat too empty, but the demo itself was really enjoyable. No 4x4, a consistent theme (woohoo) and all that. And even non-trivial effects. Yeah, thumbs up.
rulezadded on the 2002-12-04 21:57:27 by kb_ kb_
why is the disk written any differently when star commander transfers in slow mode? the actual rotation and write speed within the disk drive is absolutely the same, isn't it? does it depend on the track orientation?

kb's right about this... the hurdle to make this demo run on my real c64 is a bit too high, i don't think i'll bother.

it's funny how emulator-friendly this demo is given the amount of trickery it seems to do...
added on the 2002-12-04 22:14:58 by jazzman jazzman
Hello :)

First, thanks to everyone for your feedback on the demo - we really appreciate it and we'll try to deal with the addressed (democontentrelated) issues in the next project(s)...

Back to Insomnia though: as many of you stated, there is a serious problem. First, on most c64s apparently, the demo will erroneously detect an 'emulator'. Please ignore that. What is worse however, is that the drivetest (and thus the demo) fails.

We're aware of this and we'd absolutely love to fix it, but - and here's the irony - the error doesn't happen on our machines. Not on mine, nor on Raven's (he has 6 different configs), nor on Lax's. So I hope you'll understand that figuring this out is going to take some time, but we're definately working on it.

We apologize for the inconvenience, and hopefully, we can present you a version which *does* work properly on c64/c128. In which case you definately shouldn't hold back to try it on the real thing.

Thanks for your time :)
added on the 2002-12-04 22:35:53 by Vip Vip
Well, I need that demo on real machine. I'll be showing it at Forever 2003 party in march next year so I really can't afford bugs ;-). First I tried fast approach and it crashed on disk tests and on the other side of the demo, but after this "tricky" transfer it worked ok.
added on the 2002-12-04 22:37:23 by CreaMD CreaMD
Great stuff, many effects, good sound. Together with Soiled Legacy surely the best you can get for a C64! Runs also fine in my emulator.
added on the 2002-12-05 03:34:37 by Crest Crest
Wow. I don't know where to begin. This demo was amazing. So many great pics, transitions, effects. This sets the standard for demos for the coming year, IMHO.
rulezadded on the 2002-12-05 07:18:34 by SixOfDLoC SixOfDLoC
I guess it deserved the second place at X01. Some of the hype yesterday made me think it should have beaten Soiled Legacy in the compo, but I think I prefer that one.

The effects are mostly good, the story is (as in 98% of the other demos that try the story approach) forgotten after the intro, the graphics are technically nice, but with the usual motives (girls) and the music is also done in a competent way.

It's a good demo, but I guess the extremely positive reactions have a lot to do with the low quality and quantity of this year's releases.
rulezadded on the 2002-12-05 08:52:44 by puterman puterman
CreamD, your method didn't work for me either, I tried 3 different drives on 2 64's. It also didn't run on my 2 C128D's.
*sigh*
Did I mention that I liked it very much on the emulator? ;-)
rulezadded on the 2002-12-05 09:08:07 by Steppe Steppe
Six. Soiled Legacy had more effects and more advance but how many ppl here remember what was in it? And yeah the demo hasn't that much story as it could have (that idea about being sucked into computer is very nice), but the demo at least have uncomparably consistent design far above today's standarts, no blank screens on loading parts, superb music. Who is "wasting" time on animations on bitmpap today to show them only for once? Last time I've seen something like that it was last Century and Censor Design ruled at that time ;-)).
added on the 2002-12-05 09:55:41 by CreaMD CreaMD
Aha that was Puterman.. ;-) sorry ;-) Steppe ;-)). Me too, but I'm glad it works on my real thing too. ;-)
added on the 2002-12-05 10:05:04 by CreaMD CreaMD
more!!!
owned mad! :)
rulezadded on the 2002-12-05 11:19:04 by LHS LHS
w00p
rulezadded on the 2002-12-05 12:49:56 by TMB & ReeBoK TMB & ReeBoK
There's another method to get it to run: Convert the d64 to zipcode files and unzip them on the C64. That worked for me. :-)
Detailed instructions on the Demodungeon.com.

Did I already say it rules on my C128D? ;-)
added on the 2002-12-05 22:20:05 by Steppe Steppe
c64 will never die, ask that guy with the tattoo ;)
rulezadded on the 2002-12-06 00:01:29 by IZM- IZM-
8 bits power
rulezadded on the 2002-12-06 17:17:05 by Pyxis Pyxis

izm, whom do u mean!? =)

added on the 2002-12-06 17:23:34 by raver raver
raver: buzz/iris :)
Soiled legacy had much more variaety of effects, parts where changing through each other much faster. Insomnia started fine at the beginning but I found the duration of parts a bit longer at the 2nd disk..
Didn't like in Soiled legacy that the music is not continuous, and it is the thing that makes Insomnia great in my eyes: Continous consistent music theme, very well combined with the parts&story, especially in the first disk, sort of like Second Reality. Soiled legacy had many small musics, but at the end of few parts they just faded out. Not the great continuouation of Insomnia. But I know it's hard to find continuous music themes which also change mood and style at each 10 seconds or something, Second Reality style to fit a well designed trackmo. Perhaps slower changes in music made some parts of Insomnia necessary to take a bit longer than they should. Preety hard to find a good music to fit such trackmo designs (I may possibly get soonish one special tune for my planned CPC trackmo demo though, with changes, which is a conversion of a favorite C64 demo tune btw,.. don't say which ;) Also, Insomnia gfx themes were more original and much more work imho than Soiled Legacy. Both are my latest C64 favorites anyways..
added on the 2002-12-06 21:19:18 by Optimus Optimus
This is really a KICKASS demo...
Great style, great show, great presentation!

I agree that it was a bit sad that the intro-girl story wasn't really finished at the end. As for such a story-telling-demo it would have been a must of course to 'solve' this in the end! ;-)

Anyways...really GREAT effects without having to use 4x4 typical boring code...and fitting music all through! (although I normally prefer more 'melodic oldschool style' a bit more! maniacs of noise or vibrants rule forever! ;-) )

Anyways...Keep it up guys...
rulezadded on the 2002-12-06 22:14:22 by Weasel Weasel
this one's getting my approval sign. worked flawlessly after following the manual to copy it over on my c64.
i especially like (most) of the gfx here, i appreciate original work.
rulezadded on the 2002-12-07 20:41:31 by robotriot robotriot
Explaininh myself: "Who is "wasting" time on animations on bitmpap today to show them only for once? Last time I've seen something like that it was last Century and Censor Design ruled at that time ;-)). "

That was meant to point out the 8 phases eye-blinking bitmap animation in Insomnia. I never said Solied Legacy had animations and I respect all the work put in that demo, but as I was on X-2001 and I saw both demos presented, Insomnia (even when the presentation was so spolied) moved me more intensively.
added on the 2002-12-08 20:20:00 by CreaMD CreaMD
nice demo, works on all my c64 (12) and drives (14), strange thing is that the emu messege comes on all c64 that are not the original breadbox :) but the demos rulez rulez rulez!!!
Hi.

After a few days of hard work and testing by a few volunteers (for which our thanks!), we can now give you the fixed version (v1.1) of Insomnia.

Now most people should be able to enjoy our demo the way it was intended to - it won't work 100% with drive clones (eg. Oceanic) but on everything else, the demo should work fine.

Get Insomnia v1.1 now on www.demodungeon.com and later on at www.c64.sk ... and have fun! Soundwise, the experience should be a lot better now. Cheers and thanks again for the motivating words.
added on the 2002-12-11 01:01:14 by Vip Vip
Yes, the new loader really rocks! So when's your next demo coming out? :-D
(Aaargh, I'm such a greedy bastard!) ;-)

By the way, let's see if we can get a C64 demo into the pouet Top10! So post! :-)
added on the 2002-12-12 10:26:53 by Steppe Steppe
Seems like it isn't making it to the C64 top ten of Pouet. As far as I think, it's not updating the pages,. this prod has more thumbs up and popularity than the last ones in the C64 top ten of Pouet. And of course my glops are also not updated :P
Perhaps we should wake and changes would pop up suddenly (Like me driving from the end to the 5-6th gloppers position out of nothing ;-)
added on the 2002-12-12 11:41:23 by Optimus Optimus
I like it =)
rulezadded on the 2002-12-12 20:30:06 by nadom nadom
Lots of high-quality stuff, although suffers from some inconsistency ("effect-collectionism") to the end. Still really nice and technically adorable.
rulezadded on the 2002-12-19 05:58:45 by viznut/pwp viznut/pwp
THE demo of the year 2002! Hope to see more from these dudes.
rulezadded on the 2002-12-23 15:01:35 by Mac_DMA Mac_DMA
Really did not let me sleep.
added on the 2002-12-31 04:15:10 by Krill Krill
Another demo without soul.
sucksadded on the 2002-12-31 23:53:59 by stylus stylus
@Stylus__: why do you feel this demo is without a soul? I'm really curious, as I'm pretty sure we _tried_ very hard to put our heart and soul into this project... so where have we gone wrong?
added on the 2003-01-03 00:10:03 by Vip Vip
Well, the version number is 1.1 but IMHO Soiled Lagacy is still beter.
How could it be the demo of the year or the millenium with such effects?!? It is not bad, but not that good. SL is surely much better in that field!
added on the 2003-01-08 12:09:37 by bubis bubis
graphics, effects and music...and no pixel blocks!
rulezadded on the 2003-01-13 22:53:04 by Dalton Dalton
rulezadded on the 2003-02-12 06:40:45 by raver raver
Nice demo, but too much problems on several drive-systems. More than one version had be made of this demo to have finally a running version on most systems... It almost smells to a real emulator-programmed demo, no real c64-spirit/soul.
sucksadded on the 2003-02-28 01:59:37 by RoleLamer RoleLamer
Great music/fx syncing! Great take-me-on-a-trip flow of parts. Really nice effects. Great effort, can't wait to c the next c64ever product.

C64Ever!!!!! ;)
rulezadded on the 2003-04-09 10:52:23 by daison daison
@RoleLamer: Sorry about this delayed response, but it's hard to respond to ignorant people who judge without knowing or asking about the facts.

Fact was that on our MANY c64 configurations (old drive, new drive, old c64, new c64, c128 1 and 2Mhz mode), systems from all 64ever members in fact, the demo worked splendid. No hitches, no screwups, nothing. So naturally we were irritated by the fact that ironically, the first version was easier to access on emu than on the real thing.

Fact was that everything was done on c64 except the file transfer, which went via xfer on pc, since we really couldn't rely on the immense speed of the regular postal service from Israel to Belgium and vice versa. We even an anti-emu opening part, because of our aversity to the things - even though we understand that most people these use these things instead of the live machine.

Anyway, those are the facts. So how dare you accuse us of having no c64 spirit? Or soul for that matter? Next time, inform yourself properly before giving a thumbs down based on untrue reasons.

Bah. And I thought people would like to read an extensive notefile detailing the story... next time, a 0.25k note with an ASCII graphic and credits.
added on the 2003-10-29 15:28:00 by Vip Vip
My favourite C64-demo. Fast, even hyperkinetic at times, but the end, with it's smooth music and artwork, is very relaxing.
rulezadded on the 2003-11-11 21:06:41 by halogeeni halogeeni
Sorry, mixed up the comments between this prod and Deus Ex Machina by Crest... :o
added on the 2003-11-11 21:16:00 by halogeeni halogeeni
musicsync on c64 => total winner
rulezadded on the 2003-11-30 05:31:09 by Gargaj Gargaj
my favourite c64 demo (64)ever :) - respect.
rulezadded on the 2003-12-09 08:48:21 by vincenzo vincenzo
Very, very nice production - also technically much better than the Second Reality 64 (even if it is more popular :P). I first ran it on ViCE and then on my C64, everything is working correctly here. BIG respect! (and I hope you will produce more demos soon!)
rulezadded on the 2004-02-10 00:36:45 by neoman neoman
I die for the gfx in this demo!
rulezadded on the 2004-03-01 00:28:01 by sam sam
Lovely demo :)
rulezadded on the 2004-06-08 17:57:33 by Lord Graga Lord Graga
rocks
rulezadded on the 2004-08-19 21:37:57 by Buckethead Buckethead
Mhhh.. 2nd side does not work with VICE but the gfx are truely brilliant!! Wow!
rulezadded on the 2004-09-27 22:19:08 by ghandy ghandy
Okay, probs fixed. GREAT DEMO ALL IN ALL!!
added on the 2004-09-27 23:25:39 by ghandy ghandy
top caste of c64 demos for sure (and i thought i had voted this before :)
rulezadded on the 2004-09-28 12:10:03 by shadez shadez
This is very, very, very good.
rulezadded on the 2004-10-26 12:19:04 by Preacher Preacher
Gotta love it
rulezadded on the 2004-10-26 13:35:16 by BoyC BoyC
Never seen it before but wow, I'm really impressed! Nice 2d anim, incredible 3d effects and speedy, smooth transitions and no breaks! All in one : one of the best c64 demos i've ever seen. Big thumb for sure!
rulezadded on the 2004-10-26 14:05:38 by daddyvx daddyvx
very good design!
rulezadded on the 2005-01-01 16:31:00 by leaderc leaderc
amazing
rulezadded on the 2005-01-17 22:01:49 by cruzer cruzer
It's my favourite demo for commodore. It has a storyline, unlike most of the demos. Graphics, music and effects are amazing.
rulezadded on the 2005-01-23 02:54:20 by ^Fr3du^ ^Fr3du^
I'm planning to buy an used C64 machine to smell this wonder burning the micro!
rulezadded on the 2005-03-10 18:15:40 by JaK JaK
:D get ready insomnia...BB Image
added on the 2005-03-10 18:21:48 by JaK JaK
g r a p h i c s
d e s i g n
d e m o
r o x
rulezadded on the 2005-03-10 23:04:36 by kempy kempy
Good demo.
rulezadded on the 2005-09-06 13:23:24 by ALiEN^bf ALiEN^bf
Rocks up to the point where it crashes.

I think it's worth me spending a while doing a decent transfer to see the rest.
rulezadded on the 2005-11-17 00:57:47 by alchemist alchemist
one of the best...
rulezadded on the 2005-11-22 09:45:07 by Skate Skate
awsome stuff!
rulezadded on the 2005-12-01 13:42:54 by quisten quisten
rulezadded on the 2005-12-04 11:22:54 by wie8 wie8
Superb! Love it! Incredible graphics, great music, and the code rocks!
rulezadded on the 2007-02-07 03:37:30 by darXtar darXtar
rulezadded on the 2007-02-07 06:43:59 by mEDiA sENtRY mEDiA sENtRY
A superb prod. I really liked the very nice graphics and the overall design (the effects are cool also). A well deserved thumb up !
rulezadded on the 2007-05-27 12:59:13 by micdune micdune
rulezadded on the 2008-01-06 00:59:12 by Alpha C Alpha C
Yes!
added on the 2008-01-25 22:56:01 by Alpha C Alpha C
ace demo!
rulezadded on the 2008-01-30 01:57:04 by StingRay StingRay
Some nice effects, some poor, a bit tacky graphics, overall a good show.
rulezadded on the 2008-01-30 08:15:34 by radiantx radiantx
rulezadded on the 2008-05-20 22:21:39 by Queen bittin Queen bittin
Like it.
rulezadded on the 2008-11-07 23:09:38 by Zweckform Zweckform
missing thumb
rulezadded on the 2009-08-02 12:01:24 by noby noby
ok, maybe tacky gfx but it really works.
rulezadded on the 2009-12-16 03:05:21 by comankh comankh
This demo I saw it over 5 times! My personal favorite!
rulezadded on the 2010-12-30 13:13:28 by Mulle Mulle
should have won
rulezadded on the 2011-10-10 19:54:19 by Frequent Frequent
rulezadded on the 2011-10-31 00:08:18 by Grimmy Grimmy
thumb long due
rulezadded on the 2012-05-02 12:51:08 by wysiwtf wysiwtf
this is good - they said.
you have to thumb it up - they said.
rulezadded on the 2012-05-02 13:09:12 by las las
The first demo I ever saw. It holds a special place in my heart.
Whoa. One stunning effect after another.
rulezadded on the 2012-05-02 14:37:04 by Saga Musix Saga Musix
one of the best on c64..
rulezadded on the 2012-05-02 15:03:48 by mad mad
Great choice for coup de cour. I still really love this demo.
added on the 2012-05-02 15:38:42 by Optimus Optimus
Features some of my favorite graphics on the C64. I really enjoy the soundtrack as well, very good thematic structuring going on with the different themes.
rulezadded on the 2012-05-03 14:49:35 by visy visy
this demo is just sooo awesome, i need more thumbs
rulezadded on the 2012-05-03 20:29:17 by extralife extralife
Oh, no thumbup from me yet!
Great demo with very original beginning!
"EMUS SUCK, GIRL!" :-D
rulezadded on the 2012-05-04 22:24:25 by zbyndek zbyndek
rulezadded on the 2012-05-04 23:48:37 by s!Nk s!Nk
Super!
rulezadded on the 2012-05-05 00:02:55 by Emod Emod
!!!
rulezadded on the 2012-05-05 13:04:11 by Eldrik Eldrik
Rocking production!
rulezadded on the 2012-05-07 13:13:57 by ltk_tscc ltk_tscc
great!
rulezadded on the 2012-05-07 21:02:08 by voXfReaX voXfReaX
Nice!
Another case of "ah, so that's where that SID comes from" solved :)
rulezadded on the 2012-05-10 18:29:58 by the-other-pigpen the-other-pigpen
Not bad. A bit long.
added on the 2012-05-12 20:32:00 by AntDude AntDude
i liked it! especially the tunnels and texturemapped stuff. also nice gfx and fastpaced music!
rulezadded on the 2012-05-14 00:56:04 by rudi rudi
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rulezadded on the 2012-05-16 11:03:04 by Android Barker Android Barker
<3 <3 <3
rulezadded on the 2012-05-23 15:53:08 by ccr ccr
Just realized, the white haired lady with tanned face. Lagarde!!!
added on the 2012-06-05 11:11:45 by Optimus Optimus
damn fine prod :D
rulezadded on the 2012-06-09 02:50:45 by neuralnet neuralnet
Pure excellence, one of the best C64 demos of the last decade.
rulezadded on the 2012-06-22 20:00:20 by SplAtEE SplAtEE
Great ideas and graphics, one perfect multipart demo
rulezadded on the 2012-07-29 01:16:17 by fiveofive fiveofive
not really my cup..
added on the 2012-08-01 19:49:08 by v3nom v3nom
Exceptional and innovative.
rulezadded on the 2012-10-09 22:19:26 by lamb lamb
Awesome :)
rulezadded on the 2012-10-31 09:28:16 by Hexogen Hexogen
Really well-made. Love.
rulezadded on the 2013-03-24 12:55:02 by lennart lennart
 
rulezadded on the 2013-07-27 16:10:07 by WsW WsW
Rewatched this now with DualSID installed and headphones. Still fooking amazing. A bit fiddly to get it to run though (speedloaders, drive type, reu etc. w/ 1541U2) but that's life.
added on the 2014-03-14 23:26:26 by lennart lennart
Why a bloody pig when I just left a comment on a previous thumbed prod?
added on the 2014-03-14 23:29:15 by lennart lennart

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if this prod is a fake, some info is false or the download link is broken,

do not post about it in the comments, it will get lost.

instead, click here !

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