Remake by TStorm

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sachy
3 years ago

Great intro in all aspects. 2 scroll idea is cool and the gfx makes the whole sceen “full” (nice palettes!). Awesome tune too.

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WayneK
3 years ago

Good looking intro, nice fonts.

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sim
sim
3 years ago

Is it Deek behind the keys? Scrap, were/are you behind the pixels?
As I wrote previously – I really like those 2 speed scrollers.
Maaaanzzzz. The overall effect is very polished and classy! 🙂
PS. Yes TStorm! Thanx for your (insane) work here! You did not forget to put some “ifs” here and there, neither 😛 :P.

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TStorm
TStorm
Reply to  sim
3 years ago

I’ve no idea who did the music for this one. No credit anywhere, and I ripped the SID straight from the intro. Scrap did the gfx and code, AFAIK.
As for “if”s – hopefully I put the right amount this time. 🙂

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SToRM
SToRM
Reply to  TStorm
3 years ago

Thx TStorm for your work. Cool tune, nice design and the 2 speed scrollers create a parallax effect.

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sim
sim
Reply to  sim
3 years ago

Thinking… listening…
The SID sounds a little bit like if it was Moon of Flash Inc. who composed it.

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TStorm
TStorm
Reply to  sim
3 years ago

Spot on!
https://hvsc.csdb.dk/MUSICIANS/M/Moon/Anything_I_Want.sid
(some binary compare to the rescue…)

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sim
sim
Reply to  TStorm
3 years ago

I new it! 🙂 Really :). It’s an obvious Moon’s style! He had those happy-catchy-jumpy tunes.
TBH I was about to write it for the first time, but suddenly… I forgot the name, and that was enuff for the mind to start to circle around the last music subject – Deek. A common – and well known – mind’s way of working…
Thanks TStorm for the link. I was too busy and tired yesterday to check Moon’s music-repertoire…

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Annatar
Annatar
Reply to  sim
3 years ago

Well well! Look out friends, we have a sage connoisseur in our midst! With all the C=64 and Amiga legends in this *nook* in *time*, what joy!

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Annatar
Annatar
Reply to  TStorm
3 years ago

Seems you too have found your little slice of paradise here, among like-minded folk… I hope it’s helping.

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Annatar
Annatar
3 years ago

Damn Scrap, you can really design an intro!

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Scrap
Scrap
Reply to  Annatar
3 years ago

Thanks! And thanks to TStorm for choosing one more intro from me. What an honour. Yes, I did the GFX and code, I think the music (for some reason, I can’t hear it with Safari on my MBP here on this website…) was made by Jesper Olsen (JO). I always loved his tunes!

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Scrap
Scrap
Reply to  Scrap
3 years ago

o.k. i just tried it in Firefox and I could hear the music there, so it seems to be an issue with Safari. Anyway, I just noticed that the tune is not the same that has initialy been in the intro. So someone (the cracker?!) might have changed it, maybe to save some bytes of RAM… The original tune was by JO but i don’t know who did this one…

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TStorm
TStorm
Reply to  Scrap
3 years ago

This one comes from CSDb: https://csdb.dk/release/?id=181861
Apparently the game itself is corrupted, but the intro is saved.

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Scrap
Scrap
Reply to  TStorm
3 years ago

Here the original version with music by JO: https://csdb.dk/release/?id=170760

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Reply to  Scrap
3 years ago

Fits better. Scrap, you probably know this, but did the rest of you know that JO and JCH were friends in real life? If my memory isn’t faulty, JO would hang out at JCH’s place from time to time… hm wait, that reminds me of someone hanging out at someone else’s place…

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Scrap
Scrap
Reply to  Annatar
3 years ago

No, in fact I did not know that. I did not have that much contact to JO, more with Deek and HJE. I think somewhere I still have some Led Zeppelin tapes, that Deek sent me… he was a great hardrock fan… 🙂 I am wondering if JO used JCH’s editor, when he joined Vibrants instead of his own? (I can’t remember it… hell, it is thirty years ago and I am getting old…) Well, in JO’s case you couldn’t really call it editor: I once visited HJE, who used JO’s routine for making his tunes and it was more… Read more »

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Reply to  Scrap
3 years ago

To quote JCH, Right from the beginning I was protective of my music editor on the C64. I didn’t want it to be spread around and just become another common editor, eventually turning it into a humdrum sound everybody was sick of. I had already seen what that had done to the likes of SoundMonitor and Future Composer. Maybe it would even be possible to sell it later? I wasn’t sure if that was even possible, but I always kept it in the back of my head.But at the same time, I was usually very honored when someone actually asked… Read more »

Scrap
Scrap
Reply to  Annatar
3 years ago

A very interesting read! Thx!

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Annatar
Annatar
Reply to  Scrap
3 years ago

Almost none of the HTML5 intros here work correctly in Safari. Lack of sound is the most common issue. HTML5: so much for “standards”.

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