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- 256b MS-Dos BitDraw8 by B_KiLLeR [web]
- Here is my inspiration mentioned in readme.txt: carlos is possible by Downtown on Fiasko 2000
- isokadded on the 2014-12-02 22:52:22
- wild Wild Magrathea FHD by Brainstorm [web]
- A bit bending of the rules but alright. I guess chroma needed so much pushing because that's all that could be seen in text mode.
- isokadded on the 2014-10-31 11:51:37
- wild Commodore 64 LSR 64 - KETTŐ
- But where are the parts involving the fire alarm?!
By the way, I was wondering how the same effect would look like if simulated using a high contrast video projector?
- rulezadded on the 2014-10-31 11:44:30
- wild Wild One With Everything by United Force
- rulezadded on the 2014-10-31 11:37:38
- wild Wild DiscoDeathStar by Lunaticats [web]
- Music is alright.
- rulezadded on the 2014-10-31 11:29:47
- 256b MS-Dos Minesw8 by B_KiLLeR [web]
- Graphical remake... https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=64222
- isokadded on the 2014-10-31 11:20:05
- 64k Windows Ultra by dilemma [web]
- Music is fresh
- rulezadded on the 2014-10-31 11:16:40
- 256b MS-Dos atomrobbanás by lambda
- Trippy ;) Though I'm a bit disappointed because from lambda, I'd expected Haskell source code for Function...
- isokadded on the 2014-10-31 10:56:43
- 256b MS-Dos 1 less than the average by B_KiLLeR [web]
- Wow, I didn't remember uploading it here :) How did you stumble upon it?
- isokadded on the 2014-10-31 10:54:37
- 256b MS-Dos Abductee by Red Sector Inc. [web]
- I don't want to go into the personal part of the debate.
However, I must point out that the addition of source code is not about the '1 minute' of copy&paste, it's rather a philosophical issue. The creator does a favor for both the audience and his/her competition at the same time by unveiling his/her secrets. This might diminish the edge one might have for the next party for no other justification than common good.
Actually I'd be much happier if a greater portion of sceners would open up their sources, because the scene is almost always non-profit and about the community anyway. (By the way, I am missing a proper copyright and licensing statement for this entry.)
My personal view on 256 byte DOS coding is that you should support the hardware of the era and if possible at least one emulator commonly available at present to verify. I guess a 486 (or Pentium) would be a realistic baseline, however MMX, SSE or SSE2 would be a bit of a stretch because other operating systems were both available and more popular by the mid 90's. Mind you that a slideshow of pretty pictures is also a nice feat. If this is too restrictive in a given case, one can always use a more recent platform and category.
- isokadded on the 2014-10-31 10:13:43
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