Apr 212014
 

The Revision 2014 is over and this time I also had the pleasure to be there and to see Doz’ Amstrad CPC entry by myself, too. Like last year, where Vanity won with “Still rising” the 2nd place in the Oldskool demo competition, this years entry “Breaking Baud” won the 2nd place as well with a very strong competitor on an Atari VCS. Well, so here are the official results of the Revision 2014 – again in glorious ASCII art.

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Apr 282013
 

Ok, this year I am a bit slow with the news: Toms wrote a meeting report about the Revision 2013 demoparty for Push’n’Pop. Maybe you already had a look at the official results or the Still Rising demo by Vanity so you can now read their impressions of the meeting as well. You can read the meeting report on the Push’n’Pop homepage.

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Apr 022013
 

The Revision 2013 is over and the Amstrad CPC was represented by Vanity with their new demo “Still Rising”, which won the 2nd place in the Oldskool demo competition. Well, so here are the official results of the Revision 2013 – this time in glorious ASCII art.

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Mar 312013
 

It is Revision demo party time and the Vanity presented their brand new demo “Still Rising” to the masses yesterday. Unquestionable it is a honest competitor to the Batman Forever demo and features great effects, great graphics and great music. Now it is available for download on Pouet (as always: don’t forget to vote for it) and at the end of the news.

Video of the presentation on the Revision 2013:

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Apr 302012
 

Hicks from Push’n’Pop interviewed the team of the Wake Up! demo, which was presented at the Revision 2012 demoparty in Saarbrücken / Germany. In the interview Eliot, Krusty, Voxfreax, Exin, McKlain and DMA-SC explain their intentions and effects used in the demo and also speak about their impressions of the Revision 2012 and the CPC demoscene.

Be sure to read the interview on Push’n’Pop.

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