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DOCPatientZer0
DOCPatientZer0
5 years ago

So simple and effective, is there anything comparable back then? I think I saw something like this on a rare ‘Hellas Utility Disk’ (’89)

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aLpHa oNe
5 years ago

Lovely stuff, great idea with the bobs.

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proton
5 years ago

Always nice too see new stuff around.
Sadly no sound for me:-(

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mr.spiv
5 years ago

The bob effect is ace! Long live 8-bit platforms!!!

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sachy
5 years ago

Nice surprise, +4 for GB in 2019! And the intro is really cool too!

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prime_evil
5 years ago

Nice drum and bass chip

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yokota
yokota
Reply to  prime_evil
5 years ago

agreed, really dope!

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DeaTure
DeaTure
5 years ago

I really like the bob effect, very effective 🙂 very glad someone still do stuff 🙂

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SToRM
Reply to  DeaTure
5 years ago

nice bob effect indeed

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WayneK
Reply to  DeaTure
5 years ago

Yup nice effect & smooth transitions between the patterns too, looks good!

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dalton
Reply to  DeaTure
5 years ago

I was very happy about the bob effect. There is just a small difference in rotation speed for each row, and that makes the different patterns appear spontaneously.

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