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C64 Stuff That I Made!

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Right click on the images below and select "Save Link As..." to save the C64 PRG file that will work on many C64 Emulators. My preference is CCS64, but Frodo and others should work with these as well.
C64 The First demo I ever made. Excessively simple. Just some sprites (simple white dots) moving around in a precalculated sine pattern while playing music (which I remade here). I was glad I was able to put my C64 assembly knowledge to use...
C64 Bunny Demo I. This is the second demo I made for the Commodore 64. I remember staying up late, and drawing diagrams and whatnot in order to create it. I was proud of the final result - eventhough it was just a bunch of ripped music combined with a silly picture I saw in a magazine...
C64 The third demo I made. Again, I extracted some music from various other demos and games, and also extracted some graphics from a game I can no longer remember - hmmm - getting old! Anyway, I put it all together, and made a demo. I would upload these demos to BBS's to get credits...
C64 The fourth demo! I extracted the bitmap image from Mutants, and extracted the bitmap images from Test Drive (remember the parody Drunk Drive lol). I just put them together to get more credits on the BBS's that were around way back then (1987??)...
C64 An experimental demo I made - some of my own music is in it - I never did remakes of it... I was really proud of the first part - where the RIP logo does a snake like move. And of course, in the second part - the stretching letters were a pain to program - I thought they were nice, but everybody I showed it to liked the colored balls better...
C64 So, I experimented with using charsets (fonts) to do my animations. Came out quite nice. Some Mirage intros I made are incorporated into it. I remember - my brother talking to the head honchos at Mirage - exchanging my intros for credits on their BBS's... This was the lasst demo I made on the C64.
C64 I knew this guy named Waldo (or at least, that was his nic), he thought that I was lying about making intros for people. So - I made this "little demo" for him with his name in big letters...
C64 I loved this one. I made a program that calculated all the spiral shapes - it took hours to run - as it also converted them into a font set to use... I would run this and stare at it mindlessly for hours. I could also play this tune on my guitar...
C64 Mirage and ATC (A Touch of Class) joined forces, I made this intro for them - they never used it. Why? Well, I guess that ATC quit?
type SYS 2176 after it is loaded...
C64 This is the same thing as above, but with ATC removed... type SYS 2176 after it is loaded...
C64 For the above two intros, I made the leaders at Mirage and ATC a memory map - so they could change anything that they did not like. I have to admit, some of the earliest intros I made for them really sucked (I cannot seem to find them anywhere)... Just a basic program - so run it...
C64 A really crappy intro I made for NAC. This guy I actually met - he lived in Sacramento. While visiting my brother and sister in Sunnyvale, My brother and I stopped at his house. Cool dude!
More stuff to come as I find it. I doubt you will find these anywhere on the internets but here - after all - being an "elitist" is what the Commodore 64 was all about - and what eventually lead to it's demise - in my humble opinion. Most people running the "elite" BBS's were just snobby narcissitic assholes. I make no apologies for that statement. It is true. The same people now infecting StackOverflow (no, I do not ask questions or make comments there...)